We love research. And conversation. Now they’re combined.
We’re not the first folks to engage in dialogue about our research endeavors. We just perfected it!
A handful of times each semester, we give some time to a faculty to share their research with the rest of us. These one-hour (max!) sessions are always very compelling.
September 26, 2022 — 12:10-1:00 p.m. PDT
Amy Roth McDuffie
Research Foci and Funding Across My Career: Key Projects and Turning Points
Amy Roth McDuffie is a Professor in Mathematics Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning. She will be sharing her research foci across over 20 years in higher education, along with how her interests have developed and shifted.
Amy has received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for multiple projects, as well as from foundations for smaller projects. Her newest project began in August. She is serving as a PI on a multi-university, NSF-funded project entitled, “Quantifying Curricular Reasoning as a Critical Practice in Mathematics Teaching.”
Meeting ID: 964 4556 8569