Department of Mathematics
Office: MONT 232
Office Hours by appointment (please e-mail me)
I earned my PhD in mathematics from Louisiana State University. In my postdoctoral years at the University of Connecticut I continued to work in control theory on Lie groups and also worked on partial differential equations that model biological processes. In 2005, I joined the mathematics graduate faculty and received a fellowship from UConn Teachers for a New Era. Since then my research interests are in Mathematics Education. Specifically, college mathematics teaching and learning, mathematics teacher preparation (prospective and practicing teachers), and K-12 mathematics education.
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Come join me!
- NCTM Centennial MeetingNCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition – Chicago Spread the word about the NCTM Centennial Meeting. Come join me for an interactive workshop to learn more about how to bring mathematical writing into your classroom in ways that stimulate student reasoning and help advance their understanding. Hope to see you there!Posted on January 15, 2020
- Book Announcement!Teaching Intercultural Citizenship Across the Curriculum: The Role of Language Education Proudly announcing this new interdisciplinary book written jointly with Manuela Wagner (LCL, UConn) and Michael Byram (Durham University). Click here to get your copy!Posted on November 18, 2019