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Applied mathematics Ph.D. student Dane Wilburne's research proposal for computing Markov bases for multinomial logit models has been selected for funding under the 2015 National Science Foundation East Asia Pacific Summer Institutes (NSF-EAPSI) fellowship program. He will spend summer 2105 as a...
Gorjana Popovic, senior lecturer, and Ph.D. students Ozgul Kartal and Susan Morrisey were selected to present “Urban Teachers’ Pedagogical Changes from Common Core Standards for Mathematics” at the Research Council on Mathematics Learning 42nd Annual Conference “Mathematics Curriculum: Paving...
Judith Lederman, associate professor and director of teacher education and Gorjana Popovic, senior instructor, mathematics and science education co-authored a refereed research publication, “Implications of Informal Education Experiences for Mathematics Teachers’ Ability to Make Connections Beyond...
IIT alumnus Gary Holliday (MSED ’11) received the 2015 Outstanding Faculty Award from the University of Akron.  Holliday is an assistant professor, curricular and instructional studies.  He was one of five recipients of the award this year.  Gary will be recognized as the 2015...
Ioan Raicu, assistant professor of computer science, has been awarded $288,000 by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to establish a new Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site at Illinois Institute of Technology and the University of Chicago. He will work closely with Gruia Calinescu,...
Tomasz Bielecki, professor of applied mathematics and director of the Master’s in Mathematical Finance program, will give two talks in London during the week of Monday, March 23. On Wednesday, March 25, he will speak at Imperial College London on “Dependence between components of multivariate...
Norman G. Lederman, distinguished professor of mathematics and science education, and Judith S. Lederman, associate professor and director of teacher education, are plenary session leaders and featured plenary speakers at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST)...
Mathematics and Science Education faculty and graduate students will present seven workshops for elementary and high-school teachers and administrators at the 63rd annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). The conference, “Chicago: Great Lakes/Great Ideas,” will be held in...
January 27, 2015—CHICAGO—To address the growing volume of data and reduce the corresponding search for the "needle in a haystack" in large data sets, researchers at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago have secured three patents (US 8,209,358 B2, US 8,626,792, US 7,720,869 B2...

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