NSF Awards $1.5 Million to Mathematics and Education Faculty

Ichinose-Waller-Pagni imageCheri Ichinose, associate professor of mathematics, Patrice Waller, assistant professor of secondary education, and David L. Pagni, professor of mathematics, have been awarded a National Science Foundation Noyce Program grant, expected to total $1.5 million over five years, to recruit and prepare mathematics majors to become high school math teachers.

The project, in which first-year funding of $941,815 has been awarded, partners with Anaheim Union High School District, Santa Ana Unified School District and Santa Ana College and seeks to increase the number of highly qualified secondary math teachers.

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Updated 12.17.18


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