Darnishia Slade (Pavlis Honors College) was awarded the inaugural Bayard Rustin Award by the Michigan Tech chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). The award was presented at the University’s 30th annual MLK Banquet on Jan. 21. The story was featured in the Lode student newspaper. Darnishia is also a PhD candidate in the Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors program. Congratulations Dar!
Kamara Taylor was mentioned in the article “MLK Day is Inauguration Day,” in the Daily Mining Gazette. Taylor spoke Monday (Jan. 21) at the inauguration of the Hancock High School student council presidential cabinet.
Shari Stockero (CLS/Math) has been named the 2019 Mathematics Teacher Education Outstanding Reviewer by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Her research focuses on noticing high-potential instances of student mathematical thinking (MOSTs) and understanding what it means to productively use these instances to support student learning. Specifically, in her current work, she and her colleagues are working with a group of teacher-researchers from across the US to enact and study the teaching practice of building on MOSTs. She is also working on a project to develop middle school science teacher leaders in Michigan. Congratulations Shari!