Mathematics PhD

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Megan Roeder, PhD student in Mathematics Education, presented her work at the NCTM regional conferences

The conferences were held in Orlando and Chicago, and Megan presented her work entitled Scratch Programming: An Engaging Way to Learn Coordinates.

NSF-Funded Doctoral Research Assistant in Mathematics Education

The Mathematics Education faculty within the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Montclair State University are pleased to offer a National Science Foundation Doctoral Research Assistantship that supports full-time studies in the Ph.D. program in Mathematics Education.

Justin Seventko Receives 2017 Doctoral Student Research Award

The award is given as a part of the annual CSAM awards of excellence event.

Faculty and Students present at NCTM Research Conference and Annual Conference

Multiple groups presented their research projects throughout the conferences held in San Antonio from April 3-5 and April 5-8.

Math Ed PhD Faculty and Students Present at Conferences

Groups of faculty and students presented at SIGMAA on RUME and RCML conferences in February and March.

Dr. Peggy Flood being hooded by CSAM Dean Robert Prezant and Program Director Mika Munakata

Congratulations to Dr. Peggy Flood

Peggy received her EdD in Mathematics Education at the Prudential Center on January 23

Creativity in Mathematics and Science

Dr. Mika Munakata, Dr. Ashwin Vaidya, and doctoral student Ceire Monahan are working on an NSF-funded 3-year project seeking to develop and implement an innovative model of STEM undergraduate education that highlights creativity in STEM at Montclair State University.

Mathematics Education EdD and PhD students present at the NCTM Regional Conference

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference held in Philadelphia, October 31 - November 2

Madhavi Vishnubhotla presents the Mobius Strip to 7th grade students in Lyndhurst.

Madhavi Vishnubhotla and Mika Munakata visited Jefferson School

Madhavi and Mika gave a presentation entitled "Creativity in Math and Science" as part of the Visiting Scientists Program.

Congratulations Justin Seventko, who received the Graduate Student Research Poster Award at the 10th Annual Student Research Symposium

His poster was entitled Exploring variations in teacher and student agency in an out-of-school videogame-based mathematics class