Mathematics Pathways – A National Movement with National Leaders
The mathematics pathways movement continues to garner national attention. Along with this attention, there is increased demand for support in building awareness of and engagement with the movement as it continues to grow. The Dana Center believes it is imperative that mathematics faculty who reflect the full spectrum of the higher education community lead the multiple mathematics pathways movement. To this end, The Dana Center welcomes its second cohort of Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellows.
DCMP Leadership Fellows are selected because of their unique expertise and demonstrated leadership in implementing aspects of the mathematics pathways approach at both the institutional and state levels. They bring a valuable lens to the work through their varied positions as two- and four-year mathematics faculty and administrators, and from their active participation in mathematics professional associations.
Please join us in welcoming the 2017-2018 DCMP Leadership Fellows:
Richelle (Rikki) Blair, Professor Emerita of Mathematics, Lakeland Community College
Linda Braddy, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Tarrant County College
Nicholas Horton, Professor of Statistics, Amherst College
David Kung, Professor of Mathematics, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Alycia Marshall, Associate Vice President for Learning & Academic Affairs, Anne Arundel Community College
Lucy Michal, Professor of Mathematics, El Paso Community College
Ricardo Moena, Professor of Mathematics, University of Cincinnati
Michael Oehrtman, Professor of Mathematics, Oklahoma State University
Roxy Peck, Professor Emeritus of Statistics, California Polytechnic State University
Michelle (Chelle) Younker, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Owens Community College