Tag: Mathematics

Mathematics Teaching Institute Augments Educators’ Teaching Strategies In and Outside the Classroom

Mathematics Teaching Institute Augments Educators’ Teaching Strategies In and Outside the Classroom

By Tom McLaughlin With master’s degrees in special education and mathematics in hand, Casey Dawson just needed to accumulate professional development hours – or so she thought – and turned to the Rutgers–Camden Teacher Development and Performance Institute for Mathematics. The Cherry Hill resident pleasantly discovered, however, that the mathematics teaching institute, run under the […]

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A Real Factor: Alumnus and Math Instructor Making a Difference Inside and Outside the Classroom

A Real Factor: Alumnus and Math Instructor Making a Difference Inside and Outside the Classroom

Rutgers–Camden alumnus Paul Moré is guiding and supporting students as a mathematics instructor and as founder of the Moré Family Scholarship at Rutgers–Camden.

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Doctoral Research on Fruit Flies Seeks Answers to Cell Signaling Problems

Doctoral Research on Fruit Flies Seeks Answers to Cell Signaling Problems

In a research lab on the Rutgers–Camden campus, Matt Niepielko reaches for a vial containing about 50 fruit flies and begins to observe them. The tiny species may seem insignificant — or annoying, if they’re floating around your kitchen — but in this room, each fly plays an important role in our understanding of genetics. […]

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