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News and Announcements

Category: Faculty and Student Research

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AIM-TRU Posts New Resources

The AIM-TRU project was recently updated with additions to their video library of mathematics instructional resources

Sigma Xi research symposium poster session

Mathematics department well represented at Sigma Xi research symposium

On Saturday April 23 students from throughout the College of Science and Mathematics came together to share their research

Opportunity for Summer Research Internship

Dr. Monica Taylor, Dr. Mika Munakata, Dr. Emily Klein, and Colette Killian

The Wipro Science Education Fellowship Receives Phase III Funding from University of Massachusetts Boston

Since 2013, the program has supported 60 teacher leaders in five NJ districts.

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An Update on the Noyce Scholarship Program

The University’s Noyce Math Scholars convened in person recently for the first time in years to discuss their lives and celebrate their successes.

Ward, DiNapoli, & Monahan's presentation at NCTM 2021

Doctoral student presents at national conference

The presentation described the intentional actions that teachers can take to persevere in their instruction to better support mathematics learning opportunities for young children.

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Student and Faculty Publish Paper on Modeling Effective Curriculum

Pomponio, Akuom and Greenstein after their presentation at the pmena conference

Doctoral students present at Psychology of Mathematics Education – North America conference

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Grad students present on mathematical modeling education

Akuom and Greenstein after their presentation at the pmena conference

Presentation at the Psychology of Mathematics Education International Conference

Gianna Fazzini's Casabona presentation

Math Education Student to Present at Casabona Event

Gianna Fazzini was nominated to represent the Department of Mathematics in presenting her original research at the Casabona Future Scientists Program

Students' Reorganizations of Varitational, Covariational, and Multivariational Reasoning

Doctoral Students Present at International Conference

Their presentation focused on their work with the ACMES project