Professional Learning Division

Board Liaison : 

M. Lynn Breyfogle

Bucknell University

Term: 
2017 to 2020

Susan Gay

University of Kansas

Term: 
2002
2017 to 2018
Susan Gay (Conference Director, Chair), University of Kansas, sgay@ku.edu
Tim Hendrix (AMTE Executive Director), Meredith College, hendrixt@meredith.edu
Carol Lucas (Assistant Conference Director), University of Central Oklahoma, clucas@uco.edu
Holt Wilson (Program Chair, 2017), University of North Carolina at Greensboro, phwilson@uncg.edu
Farshid Safi (Program Chair, 2018), University of Central Florida, farshid.safi@ucf.edu
Dana Cox (Program Chair, 2019), Miami University, dana.cox@miamioh.edu
2017 to 2018
To be announced.

Farshid Safi

University of Central Florida

Term: 
2018

Dana Cox

Miami University

Term: 
2019

Holt Wilson

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Term: 
2017

The primary areas of responsibility for the conference committee, led by the Chair, include the following:

  • Developing a call for presentation proposals.
  • Reviewing proposals and making decisions about program sessions, and
  • Ensuring the success of the conference.
2015 to 2018
David Barker, Illinois State University, dbarker@ilstu.edu
Dana Cox, Miami University, dana.cox@MiamiOH.edu
Rick Hudson, University of Southern Indiana, rhudson@usi.edu
Courtney Koestler, Ohio University, koestler@ohio.edu
2016 to 2019
Robert Berry, University of Virginia, robertberry@virginia.edu
AnnaMarie Conner, University of Georgia, aconner@uga.edu
Enrique Galindo, Indiana University, egalindo@indiana.edu
Catherine Schwartz, East Carolina University, schwartzca@ecu.edu
2017 to 2020
Jennifer Eli, University of Arizona, jeli@math.arizona.edu
Cathy Liebars, The College of New Jersey, liebars@tcnj.edu
Julie Amador, University of Idaho, jamador@uidaho.edu
Jane Wilburne, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, jmw41@psu.edu

Julie James

University of Mississippi

Term: 
2015 to 2018

Supports the membership by organizing information and opportunities for members to enhance their knowledge about, and practice of, mathematics teacher education.

2015 to 2018
P. Mark Taylor, Carson-Newman University, ptaylor@cn.edu
Julie James, University of Mississippi, jjames1@olemiss.edu
2016 to 2019
Samuel (Sam) Eskelson, University of Northern Iowa, samuel.eskelson@uni.edu
Trena Wilkerson, Baylor University, Trena_WIlkerson@baylor.edu
2017 to 2020
Sararose Lynch, Westminster College, lynchsd@westminster.edu
Patrice Waller, California State University Fullerton, pwaller@fullerton.edu

Karen Hollebrands

North Carolina State University

Term: 
2017

Develops initiatives to support new faculty in mathematics education.

2017 to 2018
Jeff Shih, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, jshih@unlv.nevada.edu
Maria Fernandez, Florida International University, mfernan@fiu.edu
Beth Herbel-Esenmann, Michigan State University, bhe@msu.edu
Keith Leatham, Brigham Young University, kleatham@mathed.byu.edu
Karen Hollebrands, North Carolina State University, karen_hollebrands@ncsu.edu

Barbara Swartz

McDaniel College

Term: 
2016 to 2017

Recommends strategies, policies and activities related to increasing awareness and improving integration of technology in mathematics teacher education.

2015 to 2018
Steve Rhine, Pacific University, steverhine@pacificu.edu
Barbara Swartz, McDaniel College, bswartz@mcdaniel.edu
2016 to 2019
Rob Wieman, Rowan University, gomathman@yahoo.com
Ann Wheeler, Texas Woman's University, awheeler2@twu.edu
2017 to 2020
Pier Junor Clarke, Georgia State University, pjunor@gsu.edu
Ryan Smith, Radford University, rsmith630@radford.edu