Cirillo receives NSF Career Award

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently selected Michelle Cirillo, Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences,  to receive a Faculty Early Career Development Award as she works to help high school teachers and students improve the process. The $874,000 grant, “Proof in Secondary Classrooms: Decomposing a Central Mathematical Practice,” will support her research and education program for the next five years.  Read more…

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