Susan Gay Scholarship 2016: Elizabeth Fulton

Susan Gay Scholarship 2016 Recipient

Elizabeth Fulton
Montana State University,
Bozeman, Montana

Elizabeth Fulton is currently enrolled in Montana State University's Ph.D. in Mathematics specializing in Mathematics Education Program. She works with Dr. Beth Burroughs on the NSF funded IMMERSION project which focuses on supporting K-8 teachers in engaging their students in mathematical modeling. This program prepares Ms. Fulton to research and teach mathematics education courses to pre-service teachers. At MSU, she has taught a wide range of mathematics and mathematics education classes to pre-service elementary and secondary teachers.  Ms. Fulton's interests involve pre-service teacher education; building relationships between pre-service teachers and elementary students and pre-service teachers' understanding of measurement, and well as gender and equity in mathematics education.  She has a B.A. in mathematics from St. Olaf College, a M.S. in mathematics from Montana State University, and is a former high school math teacher in Billings MT.


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Timely, important updates for mathematics teacher educators.

This issue includes a feature article from the Early Career Recipient, Christopher Jett, who offers good advice on "...thriving as an early career mathematics teacher educator." Also, there is an announcement of the appointment of the new Executive Director for AMTE and updates from the Leadership Team. In addition, there is important information about current calls for nominations, articles, and  important dates for the 2020 Annual Conference.

James Telese, Editor