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XArizona State University12/2/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 20001300201461051596$12,500 100%Nodepends on the level of mathematics researching K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesFor Ph. D. Students, two consecutive semesters (not counting Summer) enrolled in 9 or more hoursNo5503 years13321451Dan Battey, tel. 480 965 9583http://education.asu.edu/prospective_students/graduate_studies/ci_phd.dotwww.asu.edu/http://www.tempe.gov/visitors.aspxUse of technology in the learning and teaching of mathematics; professional development of mathematics teachers; cognition and cognitive development in mathematics; mathematics problem solving; multi-level modeling; equity issues in mathematics education.
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Auburn UniversityPh.D.College of EducationFocus on Secondary Math Ed
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Baylor University5/23/2008Ed.D. School of Education<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 200052031121000$7500-15,000100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yestwo consecutive semesters full timeNo225006504.54 years0200002Dr. Trena L. Wilkersonwww.baylor.eduwww.baylor.eduhttp://www.waco-texas.com/Doctoral students have opportunities to engage in various research projects, teach undergraduate courses and work in professional development school network.
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Boston UniversityEd.D. College of Education
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XCentral Michigan University2/7/2006Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 200086012012301000$12,900 100%YesNo specific teaching requirement GRE Scores required NoNo82????04 years60Douglas Andrew Lapp <lapp1da@cmich.edu>www.cst.cmich.eduwww.cmich.eduThe doctoral program at Central Michigan University is designed to prepare faculty to teach mathematics at primarily four-year colleges and universities. The degree is a PhD in mathematics, but also has a component that exposes all doctoral students to basic research in collegiate mathematics education. Doctoral students may choose to write a dissertation in collegiate mathematics education, mathematics, or statistics. If mathematics education is chosen, additional coursework in mathematics education is included in the program of study to prepare the student for the dissertation.
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Columbia University/Teachers College 3/1/2006Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 19604375025256502525$6,000 Other YesK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended No standardized test scores required NoYes503503 years10104055Professor Bruce Vogeli - tcmath@exchange.columbia.eduwww.tc.edu/academic/mst/mathed/
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Florida Institute of Technology2/8/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Prior to 198011011000431$10,000 100%YesStudents are expected to have a master's degree and at least 21 graduate semester hours in mathematics. If this latter requirement is not met, then students must take extra coursework to meet this requirement. K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended No standardized test scores required Yes(1) enrollment in the program for at least 2 years from the time of registration, and (2) performance of research under the direct supervision of a faculty member for at least 1 calendar year. No324 years2Dr. Michael A. Gallo, gallo@fit.edu, 321-674-7203cos.fit.edu/education/grad/graduate.htmlwww.fit.eduwww.melbourneflorida.org(1) Students who are currently K-16 Florida teachers receive one-third tuition reduction. (2) New graduate students are eligible for a University Scholarship that provides 1 year of free coursework (6 hours per semester + summer).
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Florida State University12/1/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> School of Teacher Education Prior to 1960420743341165$tuition waiver100%NoEquivalent of masters degree in mathematics; may be part of doctoral program. K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesCompletion of 24 semester hours in a 12 month period.No4124 yearsLeigh Brown or Leslie Aspinwallwww.coe.fsu.edu/STE/Programs/Math/doctoral.htmlwww.fsu.edu/www.city-data.com/city/Tallahassee-Florida.htmlOpportunities to teach, to participate in grant and research activity, to teach and assist in distance education masters program in mathematics education, and to supervise interns in middle and secondary schools. / Focus on grades 6-12 mathematics teacher education
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George Mason University1/16/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 19903400005116106$14,000 Other YesK - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required NoNo4455064005 years024103220Patricia Moyer-Packenham (pmoyer@gmu.edu)gse.gmu.edu/programs/math/math_academics/phd_math/gmu.eduFocus on representation including physical and virtual manipulatives. / Focus on K-8 Ed. Leadership
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Georgia State University1/13/2009Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Middle-Secondary Education & Instructional Technology Prior to 19704001161310291612$24,000 100%NoK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesThe purpose of the residency is to provide (a) close and continuous involvement with faculty, professional colleagues, and other graduate students; (b) a supervised opportunity for development in the areas of scholarship, teaching, and service; and (c) a period of time for concentrated study and coursework, reading, reflecting, and research appropriate for the advanced degree.No102853068045 years303530303053340Christine D. Thomaswww.gsu.eduThe Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Teaching and Learning with a concentration in Mathematics Education prepares professional mathematics educators to contribute to the scholarly knowledge base in mathematics and mathematics education in a broad range of educational settings. Graduates of this program typically assume positions as college or university professors in schools or colleges of education or departments of mathematics. In these positions their primary responsibilities are to conduct research on middle, secondary, or post-secondary mathematics teaching and learning, to teach content and pedagogy courses, and to direct theses and dissertations. Graduates will also be qualified to assume positions as mathematics education leaders in school districts, educational research laboratories, or educational publishing companies. In this program, graduate students develop professional competencies through (a) a combination of coursework in mathematics education, mathematics, and a cognate area; (b) the acquisition of research skills; (c) the completion of a residency plan (which includes demonstration of competence in teaching prospective or practicing mathematics teachers and instructors); and (d) the completion of a dissertation. In general, the program is framed by the principles to guide doctoral programs adopted by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE). / Focus on middle & secondary school instructional technology
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Idaho State UniversityD of ArtsDoctor of Arts for 2- and 4-year college instructor preparation
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Illinois State University2/3/2009Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 199012009549315123$1390/mo100%YesDepends on program: K-8 or K-12 K - 12 or college teaching experience required GRE Scores required YesConsecutive fall and spring semestersNo3356068304 years105133695200Cynthia Langrallwww.grad.ilstu.eduwww.ilstu.eduOur Ph.D. students constitute a caring community. Typically, coursework can be completed in about two years (full time including summers), and includes a Professional Project. Most students complete Dissertation Research in 1.5 to 2 years after courseework. / Focus on K-12 research and teacher preparation
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Indiana University1/16/2009Ph.D. Ed.D. School of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 197061021138106101$14,280 100%No: If seeking K-8 Focus --undergraduate math major equiv.; If seeking K-12 Focus --masters in math equivalent. K - 12 teaching experience recommended : GRE Scores required of all applicants. GRE & TOEFL scores for non-native English speakers. Yes2 consecutive semesters with 9 or more credits each semesterNo435527264.54 years1343321110Prof. Diana V. Lambdin or Prof. Enrique Galindowww.indiana.edu/~mathed/www.iub.edu/www.visitbloomington.com/Six full-time faculty; wide variety of research and development projects in which to become involved; affiliated with a new Learning Sciences Program; top 5 most "wired' campus in the US; a top 10 most beautiful campus; number 1 School of Music; great university town with good music and restaurnat scene. Time Magazine's College of the Year (2001). Newsweek's Magazine "Hottest Big-Ten School" (2005) extolling the campus blend of tradition with emerging technologies.
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Kansas State University12/12/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 198011011010862$varies100%NoK - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required NoNo01003 years0030020001David S. Allenwww.coe.ksu.eduwww.ksu.eduhttp://www.ci.manhattan.ks.us/
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Louisiana State University1/8/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196022030333312$12,000 100%NoK - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yes2 consecutive semestersNo0003 years0000030010David Kirshnerappl003.lsu.edu/educ/edci.nsf/indexwww.lsu.edubrgov.com/Lots of interdisciplinary scholarship
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XMichigan State University8/20/2013Ph.D. Joint with College of Natural Science, College of Education Program in Mathematics EducationPrior to 1960; latest revision in 20061902291613255211$13577 and up100%YesUndergraduate major in mathematics or equivalentK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesOne year of residence on campus after first enrollment for doctoral degree credit is required. (Two consecutive semesters, involving the completion of at least six credits of graduate work each semester.) No855287434.55 years3214449111Lisa Kellerprime.msu.edu
www.msu.eduwww.cityofeastlansing.com/Please see our math education website for additional information! prime.msu.edu
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Montana State University8/19/2015Ph.D. College of Letters and ScienceDepartment of Mathematical Sciences Prior to 20004103303000015450 (plus summer possible)100%YesEquivalent of M.S in Mathematics must be earned before completing (or as part of) PhD K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required (general only)YesResidency after 1 year required to continue teaching assistanshipNo005606304.53 years11132600002Jennifer Luebeckwww.math.montana.edu/grad/phdmathed.htmlwww.montana.eduwww.bozeman.netSignificant interaction with Montana's K-12 math teachers. Also Phd or EDD in math ed through Department of Education.
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Montclair State University3/1/2011Ed.D.College of Science and MathematicsDepartment of Mathematical SciencesPrior to 2000600271611712012815000-25000100%Yesmasters in Mathematics or Mathematics Education with some coursework in pure or applied Mathematics or statisticsK - 12 or college teaching experience recommendedGRE Scores requiredYesRegistered for courses as a fulltime student for two consecutive semesters or for two consecutive summer sessions for part-time students.No7546070303 years121111131Mika Munakatahttp://csam.montclair.edu/math/graduate/math_pedagogy.htmlwww.montclair.eduwww.to.montclair.nj.us/Designed to prepare leaders in mathematics education including those considering careers as mathematics educators at two and four year colleges. The program is also appropriate for practicing teachers who plan to remain in the classroom while serving as models of teaching excellence and promoting professional growth and advancement among their local and regional colleagues. In addition the program prepares educators for careers such as a curriculum development specialists, math education specialist for large grants or non-profit education organizations as well as working in state or federal departments of education.
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New York UniversityPh.D.College of Education<BR> On the books but admission suspended (Fall 04)
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North Carolina State University1/15/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Prior to 1970720853701697$12000-20000100%Noneed undergrad in mathematics plus appropriate graduate work in mathematics/statistics and mathematics education at masters level K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yes2 consecutive semesters of full-time studyNo846007704.54 years300256122Dr. Hollylynne Leehttp://ced.ncsu.edu/mste/math_programs/meddoc/index.phpwww.ncsu.eduwww.raleigh.comOur faculty have diverse research interests and expertise, with a strength in the use of technology for teaching and learning. There are many opportunities for students to collaborate with faculty on research projects. Many research projects are affiliated with the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation. Faculty and graduate students have research space in this state-of-the art building. see http://www.fi.ncsu.edu/
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Northern Illinois University1/20/2009Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 199073011010211$14,555 100%NoAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent No specific teaching requirement GRE Scores required NoYes0004 years1111Dr. Bernard Harris Dept. Math. Sciences NIU DeKalb, IL 60115 815/753-6775www.math.niu.edu/mathedwww.niu.eduwww.dekalb.ort* Also EdD in Math Education possible through the NIU College of Education* In last 10 years, 13 PhD's and EdD's in Math Education awarded/ Program includes an off-campus summer internship
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Ohio State University, The2/6/2006Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 1960500139412317107$Varies100%NoAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesFull time for 3 out of 4 consecutive quarters after Master's degree or equivlent credits. No5504 years446221Doug Owens <owens.93@osu.edu>msat.coe.ohio-state.edu/math/math.htmlwww.osu.edu/index.phpci.columbus.oh.us/
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Ohio University12/17/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Prior to 198040072552330$9000 to $24000100%YesA master's degree in mathematics is preferred. K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesVaries depending on program; ACCLAIM has special residency requirements.No4204 years1001222Dr. Gregory D. Foley, Morton Professor, 117 McCracken Hallwww.coe.ohiou.edu/college-offices/dean-office/morton/math_ed_phd.htmwww.ohio.eduwww.athensohio.comMorton Scholarships with a high level of support are available through the Robert L. Morton Professorship in Mathematics Education.
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Oklahoma State University12/5/2008Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 200040042231000$13,500 Other YesA masters in mathematics No specific teaching requirement No standardized test scores required YesNo503 years0011Doug Aichele. aichele@math.okstate.eduwww.math.okstate.edu/phd_math_edmath.okstate.edu.eduThe Ph.D. Degree with Specialization in Mathematics Education at Oklahoma State University is designed to prepare a student for a career where instruction in mathematics and research in mathematics education are of primary importance and is especially intended for students with an interest in college teaching of mathematics.
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XOregon State University9/10/2013Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> MathematicsPrior to 199033040440000$16,038 100%Bachelor's in mathematics requred for entry; Doctoral level coursework and qualifying exams in mathematics required for completion of Ph.D.No specific teaching requirement General GRE requiredYes45 quarter term credits in one year (OSU is on the quarter system, in which the school year consists of 10-week terms in fall, winter, and spring).Yes130512Tom Dick (tpdick@science.oregonstate.edu)http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/http://oregonstate.edu/www.corvallischamber.comStudents who complete this Ph.D. program in the mathematics department at Oregon State University will receive a Ph.D. in mathematics, with their dissertation research conducted in mathematics education. Students will complete the same course work and qualifying exams as other mathematics Ph.D. candidates. Faculty specialize in Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, with emphases on mathematical thinking and learning and teacher preparation, but they are open to working with students with a variety of interests.
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XOregon State UniversityPh.D. College of EducationPrior to 199030083562000$16,038 100%Equivalent of a bachelor's degree in mathematicsNo teaching specific requirementNo standardized test scores required Yes45 quarter term credits in one year (OSU is on the quarter system, in which the school year consists of 10-week terms in fall, winter, and spring).No13.5 yearsEric Weber (Eric.Weber@oregonstate.edu)http://education.oregonstate.edu/science-or-mathematics-education-doctoral-programhttp://oregonstate.edu/www.corvallischamber.comStudents who complete this Ph.D program in the College of Education at Oregon State University will receive a Ph.D. in mathematics education. Faculty specialize in students' mathematical thinking and characterizing aspects of powerful teaching.
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Pennsylvania State University1/14/2009Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196050097291862$varies100%YesEquivalent of bachelor's in math required for entry if emphasis is secondary; math masters if emphasis is early college. For completion of the program, equivalent of a masters in math for secondary focused; equivalent of a bachelor's in math for elementary focused; strong masters in math for college focused. K - 12 or college teaching experience required GRE Scores required Yestwo consecutive semesters of full time enrollmentNo31Information is sensitive. Small numbers of students could reveal identities.Information is sensitive. Small numbers of students could reveal identities05 years30030661000mkh2@psu.eduwww.psu.eduThe Penn State mathematics education program is a partner in the Mid-Atlantic Center for Mathematics Teaching and Learning. National Foundation Fellowships averaging $25,000/year for 4 years are available through the Center for doctoral study.Penn State has strong doctoral emphases in:use of technology in mathematics teaching and learning;development of secondary teacher mathematics and pedagogical knowledge;professional development of elementary mathematics teachers;development of mathematical understandings in elementary, secondary, and early college students.
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XPortland State University1/29/2008Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 2000628448211$9,600- 10, 700 teaching (average); research depends on type of support, current is up to $15,000Tuition waved on teaching assistships; depends on type of research support100%A masters in mathematics Or an MST, or coursework at or near masters equivalent in math K - 12 or college teaching experience required GRE Scores required YesAt least one contiguos year, full timeYes2104 years211217Prof. J. Michael Shaughnessywww.mth.pdx.eduwww.pdx.eduFaculty features research interests particularly in the teaching and learning of calculus/analysis, geometry, abstract algebra, probability & statistics, and number sense.
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Purdue University, Calumet, INPh.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Joint program w/ Indiana University
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XRutgers UniversityPh.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> PhD w/College of Arts & Sciences
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XSan Diego State University/University of California at San Diego12/10/2008Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 200014001679130000$19,000 for Fall 2008100%NoK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yes18 semester units are required at SDSU; 36 quarter units at UCSDNo005687444.54 years113105201Dr. Joanne Lobatowww.sci.sdsu.edu/CRMSE/msed/www.sdsu.edu and www.ucsd.eduwww.sandiego.orgMSED graduates are in high demand and are able to obtain positions in top research intensive universities, including Rutgers University, University of Wisconsin at Madison, and University of Colorado at Boulder. The emphasis on strong content knowledge allows students to obtain academic positions in mathematics departments. Interdisciplinary coursework includes courses in cognitive science, mathematics education, sociology or education, quantitative and qualitative methods, and philosophy, as well as substantive research apprenticeship experiences.
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Simon Fraser University1/8/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Prior to 2000400148673000$$6000-220000%YesA masters in mathematics education or Masters in Mathematics Teaching experience at any level No standardized test scores required Yestime on campusNo5303 years212223210zazkis@sfu.ca -- Rina Zazkiswww.educ.sfu.ca/gradprogs/doctoral/mathematics_education/index.htmlwww.sfu.caVancouver, Canada
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Southern Illinois University Carbondale12/30/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 198031010100110$11,000 100%NoAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required NoNo1204 years11010200010Jerry P. Beckerci.siu.edu/faculty/Jerry_Becker/www.siu.edu/www.ci.carbondale.il.us/Excellent library and technology facilities, including Smart Classrooms and modern, high tech Math Lab for instruction. Campus is beautiful. Two hours by car from St. Louis, but air service between St. Louis and Carbondale (Marion, IL) is available. Located near Shawnee National Forest with lakes, hunting, fishing, and many other outdoor activities. Cost of living low.
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Stanford UniversityPh.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> K-12 focus
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Syracuse University10/25/2013Ph.D. School of EducationDepartment of Mathematics Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning Prior to 197020185363220$19,000 100%NoAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required NoNo264 years00112500Joanna O. Masingilahttp://soe.syr.edu/academic/teaching_and_leadership/graduate/PhD/mathematics_education/default.aspxwww.syracuse.eduwww.syracuse.ny.us/Doctoral students have opportunities to work closely with faculty members in internships in teaching mathematics courses through active student engagement (e.g., mathematics content courses for prospective elementary teachers taught via problem solving) and mathematics methods courses for preparing secondary or elementary teachers.
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Texas A&M University2/2/2009Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 19807201165971055$13,500 100%NoAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Miller Analogies YesTwo consecutive semesters of 9 hours of courseworkNo6445065003 years35756310425Gerald Kulmmathed.tamu.eduwww.tamu.eduwww.bryan-collegestation.org/Large university located in a small city. Good relationships with area school districts and state leaders in mathematics education. A diverse faculty and graduate student group.
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XTexas State University9/27/2016Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> 1060271710130110$27,500 0%NoK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended TOEFL, if appropriate YesThe student is required to take at least 18 hours within one academic year, or to be full-time for at least two consecutive semesters (fall/spring). We expect most students to be in residence for more than one year.No4 years0000013011Melinda Guerrerowww.math.txstate.eduwww.txstate.eduwww.ci.san-marcos.tx.us/tourismGood working relationship between Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators and a curriculum which balances mathematics and mathematics education prepares graduates to become leaders and address needs through the entire P-20 continuum. The Mathematics Education faculty are very active in K-12 professional development and have strong ties to the local schools, providing ample opportunities for field research work.
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Texas Tech University12/3/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 200041089393431$11,700 100%YesNo specific teaching requirement GRE Scores required NoYes4448069034 years2481112113Jennifer Wilhelmwww.educ.ttu.edu/smed/www.ttu.edu
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University at Buffalo, SUNY1/16/2009Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196050083421000$9,300 100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent Bachelor's degree in mathematics plus masters degree in mathematics or mathematics education K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE or MAT YesOne year full time on campusNo2104 years12323121Radhika Suresh, Director of graduate admissionswww.gse.buffalo.edu/www.buffalo.edu/Early childhood mathematics education, elementary mathematics education have active research programs with grant supported research positions. Gifted Math Program serves gifted middle school and high school students from around the area.
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University of ArizonaPh.D.College of Arts/Sciences<BR> School of Education<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR>
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XUniversity of California at San Diego/San Diego State University12/10/2008Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 200014001679130000$19,000 for Fall 2008100%NoK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yes18 semester units are required at SDSU; 36 quarter units at UCSDNo005687444.54 years113105201Dr. Joanne Lobatowww.sci.sdsu.edu/CRMSE/msed/www.sdsu.edu and www.ucsd.eduwww.sandiego.orgMSED graduates are in high demand and are able to obtain positions in top research intensive universities, including Rutgers University, University of Wisconsin at Madison, and University of Colorado at Boulder. The emphasis on strong content knowledge allows students to obtain academic positions in mathematics departments. Interdisciplinary coursework includes courses in cognitive science, mathematics education, sociology or education, quantitative and qualitative methods, and philosophy, as well as substantive research apprenticeship experiences.
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University of California, Berkeley2/10/2006Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Cognition and Development: Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology; Development in Mathematics and Science Prior to 19906241284121000$13,500 100%NoAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent No specific teaching requirement GREs recommended YesOfficially, 1 year - but we are a full-time No43between 600 and 700between 700 and 8005 years0071000Kate Capps, EMST/SESAME staff, <kate@socrates.berkeley.edu>; Christine Diehl, EMST/SESAME postdoc, <cdiehl@socrates.Berkeley.EDUwww-gse.berkeley.edu/program/emst/emst.html>www-gse.berkeley.edu/program/emst/emst.html AND gse.berkeley.edu/program/CD/Programs/SESAME.htmwww-gse.berkeley.edu/www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/Berkeley's two programs, Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology (EMST) and the Graduate Group in Mathematics & Science Education SESAME) are two pioneering programs in cogntive science, emphasizing thinking and learning in subject matter domains such as mathematics. Our students have uniformly gone on to high-powered academic positions. A main emphasis of the current mathematics education efforts is on issues of diversity.
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University of California, Santa Barbara9/21/2008Ph.D. School of Education<BR> Department of Education Prior to 2000500128421$100%NoNo specific mathematics requirements No specific teaching requirement GRE Scores required No285 yearsDr. Carl Lagereducation.ucsb.edu/Graduate-Studies/Education/programsofstudy/math-ed.htmeducation.ucsb.edu/
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University of California, Santa Cruz1/13/2009Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Education Department 210321400$$18,000100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesNo1105 years00000Dr. Judit Moschkovich, Ms. Esperanza Zamoraeducation.ucsc.edu/phd-concentration.htmlwww.ucsc.edu/public/www.santacruz.org/places/santa-cruz.shtmlThe UCSC PhD program started in 2003 and focuses on research on learning and teaching for underserved students. The program in "Mathematics and Science Education" is one of three specializations in the department. Students in this specialization apply tools and perspectives from a range of fields and disciplines, including mathematics education, science education, cognitive science, anthropology, linguistics, psychology, and sociology to focus on the following topics: * Cognitive studies of learning and teaching in mathematics and science * Diversity and equity in mathematics and science education * How language and culture are implicated in teaching and learning mathematics and science.UCSC is part of CEMELA, the Center for the Mathematics Education of Latinos/as, see math.arizona.edu/~cemela/english/ for more information on this NSF funded CLT.
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University of Central Florida12/19/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Prior to 200074087172000$11,333.00 100%YesDepends on individual goals K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesAt least one full year of tradtional residencyNo22414 (average over past 5 years)695 (average over past 5 years)04 years113011311Juli K. Dixon (jkdixon@mail.ucf.edu)edcollege.ucf.eduucf.educityoforlando.net/Students interested in teacher education will find working with the teachers in the Lockheed Martin/UCF Academy for Mathematics and Science very exciting.
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University of Delaware1/9/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. School of Education<BR> School of Education Prior to 19709211107380101$25,000 NSF Fellowships100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesUS permanent resident requirement for fellowshipsNo224 years0023430010Jim Hiebert hiebert@udel.eduwww.udel.edu/soe/mathed/www.udel.eduwww.udel.edu/soe/mathed/University of Delaware mathematics education group is a partner in the Mid-Atlantic Center for Mathematics Teaching and Learning. National Foundation Fellowships averaging $25,000/year for 4 years are available through the Center for doctoral study.
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University of Florida12/3/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 1960330119272330$9,300 100%YesK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesNo224456704 years2112Stephen J. Papeeducation.ufl.edu/school/Programs/math/index.htmlwww.ufl.edu/www.cityofgainesville.org/
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XUniversity of Georgia9/27/2007Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Cert in Math Dept Prior to 1960140046222426201174$11,500-$25,000100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesMinimum of 36 semester hours of continuous enrollment.No4165th percentile85th percentile04 years10474101978013Andrew Izsák, Graduate Coordinatorcoe.uga.edu/eduwww.uga.eduwww.onlineathens.comHttp://www.grad.uga.edu. 15 hr “Certificate” in Math Ed available for math Ph.D. students
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign12/2/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR>(D. Arts in Math Dept) Prior to 19605211064105321$14000 (Varies somewhat, and several students are also paid throughout the summer on research projects)100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yes1 year for Ph.D. No residency requirement for Ed.D.No3204 years121112211Sarah Lubienskiwww.ed.uiuc.edu/ci/divisions/mst/phdprogram.htmlillinois.eduillinois.edu/about/community/community.htmlMathematics education at the University of Illinois resides under the "Math, Science and Technology" division of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. We have a particularly strong faculty in the areas of equity in mathematics education (both quantitative and qualitative researchers in this area), early childhood mathematics learning, and current trends in mathematics instruction. We welcome applications from students with diverse interests and backgrounds. Contact Sarah Lubienski (stl@uiuc.edu) with any questions about the program. / Doctor of Arts for 2- and 4-year college instructor preparation
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University of Kansas1/11/2009Ph.D. Ed.D. School of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196020022020330$10,000 minimum100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesTwo consecutive semesters of full-time academic pursuits that include a minimum of 6 hours of coursework and half-time on-campus teaching/research; other combinations are possibleNo004 years11021230000Susan Gay at sgay@ku.edu or 785-864-9676soe.ku.edu/ct-mathematics-education/www.ku.eduwww.visitlawrence.com
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University of Kentucky10/8/2007Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 1990466032440$~9,000100%NoK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesNo1104 years2212Xin Ma (xin.ma@uky.edu) or Margaret Mohr (m.mohr@uky.edu) www.uky.edu/Education/EDC/Mathwww.uky.eduvisitlex.com/PhD program is Interdisciplinary across departments within the College of Education.
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University of Louisville3/1/2006Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 1980800107320312$9000-13500100%NoNo specific teaching requirement GRE Scores required Yes18 semester hours completed during a calendar yearNo1155065003 years0102000Dr. Robert N. Ronauwww.louisville.edu/eduwww.louisville.eduwww.louisville.eduU of L has a Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Teacher Development that supports graduate students.
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University of Maryland1/24/2006Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196051121174211220$14K-$18K on 9 month basis, a number of $25,000 NSF fellowships for 12 month appointments100%Yes: Undergraduate major much preferred. Math through calculus always required. K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required NoMost fellowships require full time studyNo44517, over 5years713, over 5 years44 years02632031Dr. Anna Graeber at annagrae@umd.eduwww.education.umd.edu/mathedwww.umd.eduwww.ci.college-park.md.usThe University of Maryland is part of the Mid-Atlantic Center for Mathematics Teaching and Learning (MAC-MTL) (http://www.education.umd.edu/mac-mtl), in partnership with Penn State and the University of Delaware, and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Through MAC-MTL, the University of Maryland is engaged in research on the development, use and impact of teachers' pedagogical and mathematical knowledge. A series of four doctoral courses in mathematics education (learning, teaching, curriculum, professional-development/leadership) provide mathematics education specific grounding in research, theory and practice. University of Maryland faculty interests include the learning of algebra and statistics; curriculum development; student thinking; professional development, school reform and equity. The MAC-MTL Center offers opportunities to meet and network with students and faculty at the University of Delaware and Penn State University. The greater Washington-Baltimore area offers ethnic diversity, rich cultural venues, employment opportunities for spouses/partners, contacts in government and professional agencies. Seashore and mountains within two hours.
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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth4/12/2010Ph.D.School of Education<BR> 2009http://www.kaputcenter.umassd.edu/phd/
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University of Michigan1/12/2009Ph.D. School of Education<BR> Prior to 196060313103136220$16,135 100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements usually a masters in mathematics, but not always held K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yescourse-work residence: Aprecandidate must complet 18 credit hours of graded (including the grade of S-Satisfactory) graduate coursework registered as a student while in residence on the Ann Arbor campus. Courses elected as visit (audit) do not meet this requirement, nor do any coures designated as 990No305777874.55 years2211304101Vilma Mesa (vmesa@umich.edu)www.soe.umich.edu/mathed/index.htmlwww.umich.edu/flash.htmlannarbor.org/Doctoral students in mathematics education take a common set of core courses, dealing with curriculum, learning, teaching, and research in mathematics education. They also select electives from other areas, and from programs and departments outside the School of Education. In addition, we engage our students in two practicum experiences, to provide focused opportunities to learn to use what they are learning in the contexts important to work in mathematics education. Our faculty is engaged in a wide variety of projects, both within the School, and nationally and internationally. Hence, myriad opportunities exist for graduate students to gain professional knowledge and skill through their involvement in these projects.
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University of Minnesota2/7/2006Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 19604221275441055$20k100%NoA masters in mathematics education Prefer stronger math background K - 12 teaching experience required GRE Scores required Yes1 year minimumNo555506503 years222710Kathleen Cramer/ Thomas Postcrame013@umn.edu/postx001@umn.edueducation@umn.edu/ciminneapolis.org ???A top quality major research Division I school located in a culturally diverse urban area. The State of Minnesota excels in virtually all indicies of quality of life/education regardless of who is doing the ranking.
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University of Mississippi11/26/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. School of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Institute for Innovation in Mathematics Education Prior to 200032076170321$20,000 100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesNo333 years22377Barbara J. Doughertywww.olemiss.eduPHD candidates have the opportunity to intern with faculty members who are engaged in research. The program is currently being reconfigured to allow optimal opportunities for PHD candidates to engage in a variety of professional experiences.
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University of Missouri-Columbia 3/1/2010Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196070016106133101$13,500 100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 teaching experience required GRE Scores required YesOur program is designed to serve full-time students. It generally takes 3-4 years of graduate study to complete the PhD.No4455074054 years2302376Robert Reyseducation.missouri.edu/LTC/mathematics/missouri.eduwww.gocolumbiamo.comDoctoral programs in mathematics education are designed to provide doctoral students with a range of experiences and tailored to reflect their career goals.
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University of Montana12/3/2008Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematical Sciences Prior to 200043020220000$14,000 100%NoNo specific teaching requirement GRE Scores required YesContinuous enrollment is requiredNo004 years011013000James Hirstein, Professorwww.umt.edu/math/www.umt.edu
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University of Nevada Las Vegas1/8/2008Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 198045042221211$12,000 100%NoVaries based on program emphasis - generally a minimum of a bachelor in math or a masters in math edK - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE writing YesOne yearNo114.53 years1111112001William Speer, ,Jeffrey Shih ci.unlv.edu/doctoral.htmlwww.unlv.edu/www.unlv.edu/main/visitors.htmlFaculty Areas of Expertise and Interest&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;Algebraic thinking&#13;&#10;Assessing for understanding&#13;&#10;Basic fact fluency&#13;&#10;Developmentally appropriate instruction&#13;&#10;Home-school connections&#13;&#10;Mathematics and movement&#13;&#10;Belief structures&#13;&#10;Mathematical Modeling&#13;&#10;Performance Assessment&#13;&#10;Professional Development&#13;&#10;Connecting math and the arts&#13;&#10;Diagnosis of learning problems in math&#13;&#10;Using children's literature to teach math&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;
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University of New Hampshire4/9/2008Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 197051074370000$13,500 100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent No specific teaching requirement No standardized test scores required Yes1 yearNo2304 years1221311010Karen Grahamwww.math.unh.eduwww.unh.eduhttp://www.ci.durham.nh.us/Research in undergraduate mathematics education, learning of probability and statistics, curriculum studies, mathematics teacher development.
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University of New Mexico1/13/2009Ph.D. Ed.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Teacher Education Prior to 197030173441431$11,000 100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements K - 12 or college teaching experience required No standardized test scores required NoNo0004 years0000000Richard Kitchenedspec.cte-0027.unm.edu/naw/VVindex.nawwww.unm.eduwww.cabq.gov/Program has strong focus on equity and the socio-cultural/political context of mathematics education. Graduate students have opportunities to conduct research and work with diverse students in K-12 schools.
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University of North Carolina Charlotte1/15/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> 946106311084$12,000 100%NoK - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesNo325257003.53 years1Dr. David Pugalee education.uncc.edu/phdci/www.uncc.eduwww.charlottecvb.org/The Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in mathematics education was established in 2002. The program has a core curricular emphasis in urban education that is required of all students. Students complete a specialization core of 24 hours, 15 hours of research, 12 hours in urban education and 9 hours of dissertation related coursework. Other areas of specialization include urban education, reading education, English education, and teaching English as a second language.
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XUniversity of Northern Colorado11/6/2015Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences Department of Mathematics Prior to 199051114951300$15,500 100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent Some K-16 experience recommended but not required GRE Scores required YesEnrollment through completion of Ph.D. required.No104907304.55 years1321390101Dr. Hortensia Soto-Johnsonwww.unco.edu/NHS/mathsci/grad/index.htmlwww.unco.eduwww.unco.edu/prospective/index.aspFocus on research in collegiate mathematics education.
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XUniversity of Oklahoma8/29/2013Ph.D.College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 19902002112100%
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XUniversity of PittsburghEd.D. College of Education<BR>
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University of South Florida9/19/2009Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Secondary Education Prior to 198050077990945$10,000 (or greater)100%YesK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required NoNo3304 years110123Gladis Kersaint www.coedu.usf.edu/mathed/default.htmwww.coedu.usf.edu/main/departments/seced/Math/Math.htmwww.tbay.comEarly applications are encouraged for funding opportunities.
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University of Tennessee-Knoxville9/29/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 19703311495511275$13 100%NoK - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yes3 consecutive semesters full time enrollmentNo3204 years1232453002Vena M. Longweb.utk.edu/~mathedu/www.utk.eduwww.knoxville.org/
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University of Texas at Austin1/20/2009Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 198092127171021520155$10,800-15,000100%Yesdepends on level of interest K - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required YesNo1204 years2Ms. Jennifer E. Wagnerwww.edb.utexas.edu/sme/www.utexas.eduwww.austinchronicle.comFaculty are active researchers with a number of federally funded grants. (Note number of faculty include mathematics and science education faculty combined.) Program includes focus on integrated mathematics and science education. Students take content courses specially designed to address mathematics and science in depth.
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University of the Incarnate Word1/14/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Doctoral Studies Prior to 200051000016142$8,000 0%NoK - 12 or college teaching experience recommended No standardized test scores required Yes45 hours coursework at UIWNo564 years11205Judith E. Beauford, beauford@uiwtx.edu, 210-829-3171www.uiw.edu/doctoral/index.htmwww.uiw.eduwww.sanantonio.govResearch topics of faculty and students include: Integration of mathematics and science, language influence on mathematics performance, reform efforts in algebra, distance learning
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University of Wisconsin1/31/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196045011561020$varies100%YesNo specific mathematics requirements K - 12 or college teaching experience recommended GRE Scores required Yesminimum of 32 graduate credits at UW-MadisonNo4304 years322211013Eric Knuthwww.education.wisc.edu/ci/mathed/www.wisc.edu/www.ci.madison.wi.us/
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University of Wyoming1/31/2008Ph.D. College of Education<BR> Department of Curriculum/Instruction/Learning<BR> Prior to 196040010100101$14,452 100%NoK - 12 teaching experience recommended GRE or Master's Degree from Accedited Institution YesMust be on campus 4 semestersNo205005003 years420122Scott Chamberlinhttp://ed.uwyo.edu/graduate.aspuwyo.eduhttp://www.laramie.org/NCAR Supercomputer initiative in State of Wyoming, School of Energy Resources partnerships, highly respected Mathematics Department
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XVirginia Tech10/24/2016Ph.D.There are two PhDs: one through College of Science and one through the School of EducationThe PhD through the COS is in the Math Department; the PhD in the SOE is through the Faculty of Teaching and Learning.Prior to 19806001183111000
~$16.5K/9 month (addt'l summer possible)
100%YesK - 12 teaching experience recommended for SOE PhDNo standardized test scores required No304 years111611Dr. Andy Norton (for COS degree) or Dr. Jay Wilkins (for SOE degree)www.mathed.soe.vt.eduwww.vt.eduwww.blacksburg.govVirginia Tech offers two Ph.D. options for those interested in Mathematics Education research: one through the Mathematics Department and one through the School of Education’s Faculty of Teaching and Learning. In addition, there are mathematics education research faculty housed in both the Mathematics Department and the School of Education. Faculty and graduate students in both programs work closely together, but the degree requirements differ for the two PhD options. More details can be found at: http://www.mathed.soe.vt.edu/Programs/programs-home.html
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XWest Virginia University9/4/2013Ph.D.Collge of Arts and SciencesDepartment of Mathematics201060043141110$12,700 - $17,321100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent None.  Will be provided during program.None.NoDr. Vicki Sealey sealey@math.wvu.edu
math.wvu.eduwvu.eduhttp://www.morgantownwv.gov/Research interests of faculty include calculus student learning, preparation of teachers, language and guestures in mathematics, student motivation, gender and mathematics, etc.  Most of our research is related to RUME, but we do have some expertise with research in grades 9-12 mathematics, as well. 
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XWestern Michigan University12/2/2008Ph.D. College of Arts/Sciences<BR> Department of Mathematics<BR> Prior to 199011201257125220$13,000-18,000100%YesAt least an undergraduate major in mathematics or equivalent K - 12 teaching experience required GRE Scores required YesAt least one academic year. Most students are full-time throughout.No6304 years131124311Dr. Steven Ziebarth at steven.ziebarth@wmich.eduwww.wmich.edu/mathwww.wmich.eduwww.kalamazoocity.orgWestern Michigan University is a partner with Michigan State University and the University of Missouri in the Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum--one of the national Centers for Learning and Teaching supported by the National Science Foundation. For details, seehttp://www.mathcurriculumcenter.orgIn addition to the Ph.D. program in K-12 Mathematics Education, the Department also offers a Ph.D. program in Mathematics with concentration in collegiate mathematics education.
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