Welcome New Faculty: Dr. Daniel Reinholz
Daniel Reinholz, Ph.D. (University of California, Berkeley 2014). Dr. Reinholz specializes in STEM education transformation with the aim of increasing equity and diversity in STEM fields. […]
Daniel Reinholz, Ph.D. (University of California, Berkeley 2014). Dr. Reinholz specializes in STEM education transformation with the aim of increasing equity and diversity in STEM fields. […]
The InforMath project is funded by an NSF grant of SDSU’s Mathematics Education Professor Ricardo Nemirovsky. The project seeks avenues for transforming cultural perceptions of […]
Gavin LaRose, Lecturer and Instructional Tech Program Manager in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan, presented a lecture on March 12th, “What […]
Jerome Gilles, Ph.D. (Ecole Normale Superieure of Cachan, France, 2006) Gilles is a mathematician specializing in applied harmonic analysis. His areas of interest include […]
Launching in 2015, the International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education is dedicated to the interests of post-secondary mathematics. It welcomes original research, including […]
Here’s a few recent conferences attended by Math faculty. Fall Western Sectional Meeting, Tucson, Arizona. October 27-28, 2012 Event: Special Functions, Combinatorics, and Analysis, III. […]
Who Chooses Not to Persist in Calculus and Why? Professor Chris Rasmussen was selected to present one of only six MAA Invited Addresses at this […]