Dr. ErelL Germia
Erell successfully defended her dissertation in July 2022. The title of her dissertation is “Investigating Elementary School Students’ Reasoning about Dynamic Angles.”
Erell accepted a tenured-track position as an Assistant Professor at Kean University.
Dr. Debasmita Basu
Debasmita successfully defended her dissertation "Examining students' covariational reasoning through mathematical modeling activitities embedded in the context of the Greenhouse effect" in June 2019.
She is currently an Assistant Professor of Quantitative and Mathematics Reasoning at the New School in NYC.
Toni is a full-time doctoral student working as a graduate research assistant for the project ACMES.
Her dissertation research focuses on the integration of mathematics with computer science and computational thinking.
su san lim
Su San is a full-time doctoral student working as a graduate research assistant for the project ACMES.
Her dissertation research focuses on students' learning of functions.
Adam is a part-time doctoral student exploring students' response to equitable materials in mathematics. He is currently working as a high school teacher and as an adjunct instructor at Montclair State University.
Frank is a part-time doctoral student that aims to examine pre-service teachers' mathematics knowledge needs in early career.
He is currently working as a full-time instructor at Raritan Valley Community College and as an adjunct instructor at Montclair State University.
Doctoral students present their work in national and international conferences, such as:
the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)
the annual teacher and research conferences of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
the annual conference of the North American group of the Psychology in Mathematics Education (PME-NA)