Educators

Professors

The UCLA Curtis Center collaborates with university mathematicians across the country to create meaningful educational experiences for K-16 students.

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How can mathematics professors support the UCLA Curtis Center?

  • Edit and review K-12 lessons for mathematical integrity
  • Co-author K-16 mathematics lessons
  • Share current mathematics research with K-12 teachers in person or in short written blurbs
  • Answer technical mathematics questions for K-12 teachers

How can the UCLA Curtis Center support mathematics professors?

  • Write and carry out K-12 outreach for the Broader Impacts section of your NSF Grant
  • Write and support the Education Activity section of an NSF CAREER Award
  • Disseminate your research to K-12 students

Meet our Current Collaborators

Roger Howe

Roger Howe

William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at Yale University
Curtis D. Robert Endowed Chair in Mathematics Education at Texas A&M University

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David Mumford

David Mumford

Professor Emeritus in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University

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Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson

Professor of Mathematics at UCLA

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Marcus Roper

Marcus Roper

Professor of Mathematics at UCLA

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Jim Ralston

Jim Ralston

Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at UCLA

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Mike Nakamaye

Mike Nakamaye

Professor of Mathematics at University of New Mexico

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