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April 7–9, 2014 • New Orleans
Linking Research and Practice
Thank you for attending the 2014 NCTM Research Conference in New Orleans.
We look forward to seeing you at next year's NCTM Research Conference.
Quick Links to 2014 NCTM Research Conference
The Research Conference is sponsored by the NCTM Research Committee and the Special Interest Group on Research in Mathematics Education of the American Educational Research Association.
If you have questions regarding the Research Conference, please e-mail Michael Fish, NCTM Director of Research and Teacher Education.
|Research Conference Opening Session
Monday, April 7, 7:00 p.m.–8:15 p.m.
President, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Arthur Levine is the sixth president of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. Before his appointment at Woodrow Wilson, he was president and professor of education at Teachers College, Columbia University. He also previously served as chair of the higher education program, chair of the Institute for Educational Management, and senior lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Dr. Levine is the author of dozens of articles and reviews, including a series of reports for the Education Schools Project on the preparation of school leaders, teachers, and education researchers. Dr. Levine’s numerous commentaries appear in such publications as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Education Week, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
His most recent book is Generation on a Tightrope: A Portrait of Today’s College Student (with Diane Dean, 2012).
|Research Conference Plenary Session
Wednesday, April 9, 10:15 a.m.–11:15 a.m.
PHILIP URI TREISMAN
Professor Mathematics and Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin, and Executive Director of the Charles A. Dana Center
Philip Uri Treisman is a mathematician and mathematics educator who has received numerous honors and awards for his efforts to improve American education. The 1987 recipient of the Charles Dana Award for Pioneering Achievement in American Higher Education, he was named a MacArthur Fellow in 1992, and “Scientist of the Year" for his outstanding contributions to mathematics by the Harvard Foundation of Harvard University in 2006.
An active member of many national committees, advisory boards, and commissions, Treisman is a renowned advocate for equity and excellence in education for all students.