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In the academic year 20212022, we will have the following four speakers:
Professor Guershon Harel is a distinguish professor at the mathematics department at UCSD. His research focuses on the learning and teaching mathematics across the grades, including teacher preparation and teacher professional development. His work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the US Department of Education, the State of California, and local school districts. Professor John D'Angelo taught Mathematics for 40 years at the University of Illinois. He authored 7 books on mathematics and more than 80 research papers. He won prizes for both his teaching and his research. He also did volunteer teaching for elementary school students. His book "Mathematical Thinking" (with Douglas B. West) was one of the first books in the socalled transition market, as it combined problemsolving skills with writing mathematical proofs. Professor Dusty Grundmeier has taught mathematics for the last 10 years at the University of Michigan and Harvard. He especially enjoys teaching and mentoring students as they learn to write proofs. His most recent work focuses on STEM persistence and early access to undergraduate research opportunities. Professor Rina Zazkis is a Professor of Mathematics Education at the Faculty of Education and associate member in the Department of Mathematics at the Simon Fraser University, Canada. Her research is in the area of undergraduate mathematics education, with a general focus on mathematical content knowledge of teachers and the ways in which this knowledge is acquired, modified, and connected to teaching. In 2016 Zazkis was appointed as Tier 1 Canada Research Chair, a prestigious recognition of excellence in research and research training. 
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