The Charles A. Dana Center Recruits Six Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellows

The multiple mathematics pathways movement has garnered national attention as a systemic approach to working at scale to improve student success and completion. Along with this attention, there is an increased demand for support in building awareness of and engagement with this movement as it continues to grow. In response, the Charles A. Dana Center has selected six faculty leaders from across the country to serve as Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellows.

group shot of Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellows

The Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellows
(From left: Bob Mokwa, Lucy Michal, Ricardo Moena, Alycia Marshall, Rikki Blair, Michael Oehrtman)

 

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. The six Fellows have been invited to join this effort 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.

In early August, the Dana Center launched the Leadership Fellows initiative with a two-day retreat to build a shared and strong foundation of our essential philosophies and an understanding of our supporting protocols and tools. As the work unfolds, the Fellows will be deployed based upon their particular expertise and fit with requested content and stakeholders.

If you are holding an event and would like for a Dana Center Fellow to present on multiple mathematics pathways, then please reach out! Submit your inquiry using the following form and a Dana Center staff member will contact you shortly: Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellow Request Form.

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  1. This is a very important mission. Congratulations Dr. Marshall!

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