Math Science Partnership
PD3

Background
Index Page
Personnel
Teachers
What is PD3?

McAllen site
New Mexico site
Seattle site

PCMI@MathForum
SSTP
PDO

MSP Personnel

Director: Robert Bryant, Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley, CA
 
Associate Director: Gail Burrill, Division of Science and Mathematics Education, Michigan State University
 
Administrator: Catherine E. Giesbrecht, Institute for Advanced Study
 
PD3 Partners:
McAllen Independent School District:
Julie Acosta, Mathematics Supervisor, McAllen ISD
Roger Knobel, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas Pan American
Max Warshauer, Department of Mathematics, Texas State University San Marcos
 
Seattle Public Schools:
Lani Seidel Horn, College of Education, University of Washington
James King, Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
Rosalind Wise, District Mathematics Coordinator, Seattle Public Schools
Art Mabbott, Seattle Public Schools
 
Las Cruces Public Schools:
Susana Salamanca-Riba, New Mexico State University
Kathe Kanim, Las Cruces Public Schools
Shirley Hopson, Gadsden Independent School District
 
Project Evaluators:
Richard Houang, International Policy Center for Curriculum Studies, Michigan State University
Neelam Kher, International Policy Center for Curriculum Studies, Michigan State University
William Schmidt, International Policy Center for Curriculum Studies, Michigan State University
 
Education Development Center:
Al Cuoco, Senior Scientist and Director of the Center for Mathematics Education
Glenn Stevens, Director, PROMYS for Teachers
 
Website:
Suzanne Alejandre, The Math Forum, Drexel University
Richard Tchen, The Math Forum, Drexel University
 
Other personnel:
PCMI Secondary School Teachers Program Coordinator
Carol Hattan, Skyview High School, Vancouver, WA
 
PCMI Project Coordinator
Dena Vigil, PCMI

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