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CSUF Mathematics and Engineering Students Present Research at the Change DIAL Conference in Nebraska

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Five CSUF students flew to Lincoln, Nebraska for the Change DIAL Conference to present their research on equity-minded and active mathematics instruction under NSF-funded project META: Mathematics Equity through Teaching Actively. The students, pictured left to right, included Olga Luna Flores (mathematics major), George Rodriguez (engineering major), Emily Rumaldo (mathematics single subject credential), Evelyn Pohle (mathematics major), and Cedar Hofstetter (mathematics major). Led by Dr. Alison Marzocchi of the mathematics department, Cedar and Olga presented their research on developing a tool to support faculty in transforming their instruction and Emily and Evelyn presented their research on how humans are portrayed in mathematics textbooks. 

Alison Marzocchi