Meet Valentin Kuechle, a first year mathematics education doctoral student in PRIME.
PRIME is pleased to welcome Monica Karunakaran and Shiv Karunakaran to the Mathematics Education community at MSU.
Chuck Fessler just began his journey here at Michigan State University as a doctoral student in the Program in Mathematics Education.
The PRIME Graduate Student Organization (GSO) organized a picnic at Lake Lansing Park in Haslett last week to welcome new mathematics education doctoral students and faculty and welcome back those returning.
Meet Melissa Hale, first year mathematics education doctoral student in PRIME.
Meet Sunghwan Byun, first year mathematics education doctoral student in PRIME.
Taren Going started her first year as a doctoral student in PRIME this summer.
David Bowers was born in Webster Springs, West Virginia, although most of his years growing up were spent in Fredericktown and Mount Vernon, Ohio.
Freda Cruél is the newest staff member of PRIME, joining the program in June. She is the Academic Program Coordinator, which includes duties of a Graduate Secretary, Secretary to the Director, and some website work.
Kate Appenzeller was awarded the Fellowship to Enhance Global Understanding (FEGU) 2016 China experience to help develop a global perspective and understanding of how globalization influences education.
Molade Osibodu, a mathematics education doctoral student in PRIME, was awarded a Fellowship to Enhance Global Understanding (FEGU) to Indonesia for summer 2016, through the College of Education.
Lisa Keller, Coordinator for the Mathematics Education Doctoral Program since 2006, was born and raised in Adrian, Michigan.
Kelly Fenn, Budget and Personal Administrator for the Program in Mathematics Education, was born and raised in the Lansing area.
Durrell Jones came to Michigan State University to join the Mathematics Education Doctoral Program in the Fall of 2013.
Leonardo Medel, born and raised in Chile, joined the PRIME program in the Fall of 2013. Leo’s research interests include “the teaching and learning of elementary mathematics.”
Andrew “Andy” Krause, a Spartan through-and-through, joined the PRIME program in 2013.
Kevin Voogt, a graduate student in the PRIME program since Fall 2015, grew up on a small hobby farm outside of Hilbert, Wisconsin.
Lauren Cavner Williams began the Program in Mathematics Education in the Fall of 2013.
In the Fall of 2013, Tim Wegner entered the PRIME program, although his journey in Mathematics Education had started long before.
Sharon Senk, Professor and mathematics education faculty member in PRIME and the Mathematics Department, has officially retired from MSU. A reception was held on September 18th at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center on MSU’s campus to celebrate her long and productive career in mathematics education.