Mathematics PhD Research News

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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.

Professors awarded $20,000 of computing time with Microsoft Azure

Steven Greenstein and Teo Paoletti, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, will be working in the artificial intelligence environment.

Dr. Nicole Panorkou funded through National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation postdoctoral fellowship

Dr. Panorkou's work revolves around the DYME-V Project: Exploring volume measurement dynamically. She is working with doctoral students Madhavi Vishnubhotla and Debasmita Basu.

Dr. Eileen Murray and Dr. Amir Golnabi receive NSF IUSE Grant

Adjunct Mathematics Instructor Resources and Support: Improving Undergraduate Precalculus Teaching and Learning Experience.

Math Ed PhD Faculty and Students publish in Extending Mathematical Practices to Online Teaching

Eileen Fernández, Jason McManus, and Douglas M. Platt describe some of the modifications teachers can expect if they use synchronous online platforms, as well as the possibilities for upholding ideas inherent in the NCTM Process Standards.

Team of students and faculty analyze different ways STEM textbooks and practitioner journals represent information graphically

The research team is comprised of Dr. Teo Paoletti, Madhavi Vishnubhotla, Zareen Rahman, Debasmita Basu, and Justin Seventko.

Math Ed PhD faculty and students publish article in NCTM's Mathematics Teacher

Dr. Teo Paoletti, Ceire Monahan, and Madhavi Vishnubhotla recently published an article describing ways math teachers can create share-able GeoGebra applets to use in their own classrooms.

Montclair State Researchers Awarded NSF STEM +Computing Grant

Project to integrate computational and mathematical thinking into earth and environmental science teaching

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.