C. David Walters (cdavidwalters@weber.edu, Graduated 2017)
Thesis Title: "The Development of Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching for Quantitative Reasoning using VideoBased Instruction"
C. David is an Assistant Professor at Weber State in Ogden, Utah. He has a joint appointment in the Department of Mathematics and the Center for Science and Mathematics Education. 

John Gruver (jgruver@mtu.edu, Graduated 2016)
Thesis Title: "Exploring the Relationships between Emergent Mathematical Practices, Individuals' Ways of Reasoning, and Meanings Constructed through Discourse"
John is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Michigan Technological University in Michigan. 

Casey Hawthorne (casey.hawthorne@furman.edu, Graduated 2016)
Thesis Title: "Teachers' Understanding of Algebraic Generalization"
Casey is an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department at Furman University in South Carolina. 

J. Brooke Ernest (brookeernest@gmail.com, Graduated 2016)
Thesis Title: "Mathematical Practices and Arts Integration in an ActivityBased Projective Geometry Course"
Brooke is working with Daniel Reinholz and teaching for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at SDSU. 

Bridget Druken (bdruken@fullerton.edu, Graduated 2015)
Thesis Title: "Sustaining Lesson Study: Resources and Factors that Support and Constrain Mathematics Teachers' Ability to Continue After the Grant Ends"
Bridget is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at California State University, Fullerton.


Mike Fredenberg (michael.fredenberg@bakersfieldcollege.edu, Graduated 2015)
Thesis Title: "Factors Considered by Elementary Teachers When Developing and Modifying Mathematical Tasks to Support Children's Mathematical Thinking"
Mike is an Associate Professor in the Math Department at Bakersfield College.


Molly Kelton (molly.kelton@wsu.edu, Graduated 2015)
Thesis Title: "Math on the Move: A VideoBased Study of School Field Trips to a Mathematics Exhibition"
Molly has accepted a position at Washington State University.


Spencer Bagley (spencer.bagley@unco.edu, Graduated 2014)
Thesis Title: "Improving Student Success in Calculus:
A Comparison of Four College Calculus Classes"
Spencer Bagley is an Assistant Professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.


Jess Ellis (jess.ellis@colostate.edu, Graduated 2014)
Thesis Title: "Preparing Future College Instructors: The Role of Graduate Student Teaching Assistants (GTAs) in Successful College Calculus Programs"
Jess Ellis is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Colorado State University, Fort Collins.


Jaime Diamond (diamond@uga.edu,
Graduated 2013)
Thesis Title: "Teachers' Beliefs Regarding the Generalization of Students' Learning and How to Support the Generalization of Students' Learning"
Jaime Diamond is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Science Education at the University of Georgia, Athens.


Dov Zazkis (dzazkis@asu.edu,
Graduated 2013)
Thesis Title: "Calculus Students' Representation Use in GroupWork and Individual Settings"
Dov Zazkis is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Arizona State University, Phoenix.


Michael Smith (msmith25@gmail.com,
Graduated 2012)
Thesis Title: "Methods of Mathematical Struggle"
Michael Smith is a Curriculum Developer, Chief Financial Officer and Cofounder of The Center for Applied Rationality in Berkeley, California.


Michelle Nolasco (mnolasco@ucsd.edu,
Graduated 2012)
Thesis Title: "Reciprocal Engagement between a Scientist and Visual Displays"
Michelle Nolasco is a Technical Science Writer at Illumina, San Diego.


George Sweeney (sweeney_george@sac.edu,
Graduated 2012)
Thesis Title: "Understanding Vectors and Vector Equations in a Classroom Community of Practice"
George Sweeney is an Associate Professor in the Mathematics Department, Coordinator of the Math Center, and Student Equity Coordinator at Santa Ana College in Santa Ana, California.


John Zig Siegfried (siegfrjm@jmu.edu,
Graduated 2012)
Thesis Title: "The Missing Strand of Mathematical Content Knowledge: Defining and Assessing for Productive Disposition in Elementary School Teachers"
John Siegfried is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.


Ian Whitacre (iwhitacre@fsu.edu,
Graduated 2012)
Thesis Title: "Investigating Number Sense Development in a Mathematics Content Course for Prospective Elementary Teachers"
Ian Whitacre is an Assistant Professor in Elementary Mathematics Education in the School of Teacher Education at Florida State University, Tallahassee.


Jen Lineback (JenLineback@pointloma.edu,
Graduated 2012)
Thesis Title: "Mrs. Miller's Evolution in Teaching Science as Inquiry: A Case Study of a Teacher's Change in Responsiveness"
Jen Lineback is an Associate Professor in the School of Education /Department of Biology at Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego.


Corinne Lardy (corinne.lardy@csus.edu,
Graduated 2011)
Thesis Title: "Personal Science Teaching Efficacy
and the Beliefs and Practices of Elementary Teachers Related to Science
Instruction"
Corinne Lardy is a Post Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Biology at the California State University, East Bay in Hayward.


Megan Wawro (mwawro@vt.edu,
Graduated 2011)
Thesis Title: "Individual and Collective Analysis
of the Genesis of Student Reasoning regarding the Invertible Matrix Theorem
in Linear Algebra"
Megan Wawro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.


Charles Hohensee (hohensee@udel.edu,
Graduated 2011)
Thesis Title: "Backward Transfer: How Prior Knowledge
Changes As One Builds Upon It"
Charles Hohensee is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at the University of Delaware, Newark.


Osvaldo Soto (soto@sdsu.edu,
Graduated 2010)
Thesis Title: "Teacher Change in the Context of
a ProofCentered Professional Development"
Osvaldo Soto is an Academic Coordinator for the Center for Research on Educational Equity, Assessment and Teaching Excellent (CREATE) at UCSD and a Mathematics Teacher at Patrick Henry High School, San Diego.


Cassondra Brown Lochard (lochard@csudh.edu,
Graduated 2009)
Thesis Title: "Perspectives on Instructor Modeling in Mathematics Teacher
Education"
Cassondra Lochard is a Lecturer and Developmental Mathematics Coordinator in the Mathematics Department at California State University, Dominguez Hills.


Rebekka Darner Gougis (darner.gougis@ilstu.edu?,
Graduated 2007)
Thesis Title: "The Use of SelfDetermination
Theory to Foster Environmental Motivation in an Environmental Biology Course"
Rebekka Darner Gougis is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at Illinois State University, Normal.


Anne Duffy (aduffy@HighTechHigh.org, Graduated 2006)
Thesis Title: "Students' ways of understanding aromaticity and electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions"
Anne Duffy is currently teaching at High Tech High in San Diego.


Kien Lim (kienlim@utep.edu, Graduated 2006)
Thesis Title: "Students' mental acts of anticipating in solving problems involving algebraic inequalities and equations"
Kien Lim is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Texas, El Paso.


April Maskiewicz (AprilMaskiewicz@pointloma.edu, Graduated 2006)
Thesis Title: "Rethinking biology instruction: The application of DNRbased instruction to the learning and teaching of biology"
April Maskiewicz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology and Director of the University Now Program at Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego.


Eva Thanheiser (evat@pdx.edu,
Graduated 2005)
Thesis Title: "Preservice Teachers' Understanding of Multidigit Whole Numbers"
Eva Thanheiser is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Portland State University.


Amy Ellis (amyellis@uga.edu, Graduated 2004)
Thesis Title: "Relationships Between Generalizing and Justifying: Students’ Reasoning with Linear Functions"
Amy Ellis is an Associate Professor of Mathematics and Science Education at the University of Georgia, Athens.


Dianne Anderson (DianneAnderson@pointloma.edu,
Graduated 2003)
Thesis Title: "Natural Selection Theory in NonMajors' Biology: Instruction, Assessment and Conceptual Difficulty"
Dianne Anderson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology and Director of the Master’s Program in Biology at Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego.


Stacy Brown (Stacy_Brown@pitzer.edu, Graduated 2003)
Thesis Title: "The evolution of students' understanding of mathematical induction: A teaching experiment"
Stacy Brown is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Cal Poly, Pomona. 

Cody Sandifer (csandifer@towson.edu,
Graduated 2001)
Thesis Title: "Factors Influencing Middle School Students' SenseMaking Discussions in their SmallGroup Investig
ations of Force and Motion"
Cody Sandifer is a Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics, Astronomy and Geosciences at Towson University in Maryland.


Susan Nickerson (snickerson@mail.sdsu.edu,
Graduated 2001, pictured with Professor Janet Bowers)
Thesis Title: "Supporting students' understanding of algebra: Symbolizing in a technologyenhanced classroom"
Susan Nickerson is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at San Diego State University. 

Valerie Otero (Valerie.Otero@Colorado.edu,
Graduated 2001)
Thesis Title: "The Process of Learning about Static Electricity and the Role of the Computer Simulator"
Valerie Otero is a Professor of Science Education in the School of Education at Colorado State University, Boulder. 

Daniel Siebert (dsiebert@mathed.byu.edu,
Graduated 2000, shown with graduate Cody Sandifer)
Thesis Title: "Coherent, dynamic accounts of prospective secondary mathematics teachers' knowledge of and beliefs about mathematics"
Dan Siebert is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics Education at Brigham Young University. 

Lisa Clement Lamb (lisa.lamb@sdsu.edu,
Graduated 1999)
Thesis Title: "Understanding Teachers' Actions in the Classroom"
Lisa Lamb is a Professor of Mathematical Education in the School of Teacher Education at San Diego State University. 

Andy Johnson (AndyJohnson@bhsu.edu,
Graduated 1999, pictured with Professor Fred Goldberg)
Thesis Title: "Students' Development of Models of
Magnetic Materials"
Andy Johnson is an Assistant Professor of Physics in the School of Natural Sciences and Associate Director of the Center for the Advancement of Math and Science Education at Black Hills State University, South Dakota. 
