School of Mathematical Sciences, Campus Box 122,
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80639
Phone: (970) 351-2344 Fax: (970) 351-1225
1999-2001 Post-doctorate Mathematics Education Arizona State University
1991-1997 Ph.D., M.S. Mathematics U. California, Irvine
1986 Teaching Credential English, Mathematics U. California, Irvine
1984 B.A. cum laude, FBK Theater, Film minor U. California, Irvine
1982-1983 Year abroad Theater, Film University of London
2001 – present U.
OF NORTHERN COLORADO, GREELEY, CO Associate Professor (2006-present),
Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Responsibilities: teaching (8 to 12 hours/semester), research, doctoral advising, service.
1999 – AUGUST 2001 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY,
TEMPE, AZ NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in Mathematics Education, Department of
Responsibilities: research, teaching (3 to 6 hours per semester). Mentor: Marilyn Carlson.
1995 – AUGUST 1999
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, ORANGE, CA Assistant Professor, Department of
Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics.
Responsibilities: teaching (12 hours per semester), service, research (1995-1997, the mathematics of fluid dynamics; 1997-1999, undergraduate mathematics education).
JANUARY 1991 - AUGUST 1997 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE, CA Lecturer, Researcher, Teaching Assistant (TA), and TA Consultant, in the Department of Mathematics. Responsibilities: teaching, research, professional development of TAs.
SEPTEMBER 1990 – DECEMBER 1990 SHERMAN SCHOOL, RIVERSIDE, CA Co-teacher for grades 9-12 in Mathematics at a Native American boarding school.
1988 – JANUARY 1990 NORCO HIGH SCHOOL, NORCO,
CA Teacher for grades 9-12 in the Department of English and Department of
Responsibilities: teaching, service. Taught some classes in both Spanish and English.
JUNE 1988 – AUGUST 1988 CAL-AMERICA SCHOOLS, CERRITOS, CA Teacher of grades 6-12 English and Mathematics to English Language Learners.
1986 – JUNE 1988 SANTA
ANA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, CA Substitute Teacher, grades K-12, in an
ethnically and socio-economically diverse district.
WORK EXPERIENCE - PROFESSIONAL NON-ACADEMIC
APRIL 2004 – present COLLEGE BOARD, NEW YORK, NY Consultant, grades 6-12 mathematics: formative student assessment, teacher development.
Responsibilities: item writing, editing, and review for paper and web-based instruments.
1999 – AUGUST 2001 EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE,
Consultant, grades K-12 mathematics: teacher content knowledge summative assessment.
Responsibilities: item writing and instrument review for MSAT and Praxis.
TACO BELL CORPORATION, IRVINE, CA
Consultant, quantitative research design/analysis training, Product Development Division.
Responsibilities: created and led short-course on statistical design and inferential analysis.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Culturally responsive research, theory, and practice in collegiate teaching. Applied mathematics, dynamical systems, and modeling of complex educational systems. Development of pedagogical content knowledge for K-16 mathematics teachers.
Hauk, S., Barzilai, H., Austin, H., Judd, A. B., Tsay, J.-J. (to appear). Pre-service teachers’ understanding of logical inference. Focus On Learning Problems in Mathematics.
Davis, M. K., Hauk, S., & Latiolais, P. (to appear). Culturally responsive college level mathematics. In B. Greer, S. Nelson-Barber, A. Powell, & S. Mukhopadhyay (Eds.), Culturally responsive mathematics education. Mahway, NJ: Erlbaum.
Tsay, J.-J & Hauk, S. (2006). Multiplication schema for signed number: Case study of three prospective teachers. Mathematical Sciences and Mathematics Education,1, 33-37.
Hauk, S. (2005). Mathematical autobiography among college mathematics learners in the United States. Adults Learning Mathematics International Journal 1, 36-56.
Hauk, S., Kung, D. T., Patterson, N., Segalla, A., & Speer, N. (2005). Video cases for novice college mathematics teacher development, part of “Emerging agendas and research directions on mathematics graduate student teaching assistants’ beliefs, backgrounds, knowledge, and professional development.” In G. M Lloyd, M. Wilson, J.L. M. Wilkins, & S. L. Behm (Eds.) Proceedings (Electronic) of the 27th annual meeting of the North American chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Roanoke, VA: All Academic.
S., & Segalla, A. (2005). Student perceptions of the web-based homework
program WeBWorK in moderate enrollment college algebra courses. Journal of
Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 24(3), 229-253.
J., Hauk, S., & Neumann, A. M. (2005). Negotiating reform: Implementing
Process Standards in culturally responsive professional development. High School
Journal, 88(4), 59-71.
S. (2003). Understanding entering students via mathematical autobiography. In
Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (Eds.), Undergraduate
Programs and Courses in the Mathematical Sciences (p. 79). Washington, DC:
Mathematical Association of America.
FUND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION (FIPSE, FUNDED OCTOBER 2006). Project Director/PI for 3-year, $500K, research and development project to create a book-dvd package of video case and supporting materials for novice college mathematics instructor professional development.
FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING IN THE WEST (FUNDED JULY 2005)
Supplemental summer support ($6,000) to work on dynamical systems approach to complex educational systems modeling and ($25,000) for one-year graduate research fellowships for a third PhD student in AY 2005-06.
NORTHERN COLORADO SPONSORED PROGRAMS – RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AWARD (FUNDED FEBRUARY
Grant Development Incentive Program (GDIP) funding ($20,000) for developing a pilot case-study product and building a national coalition of co-PIs for video case proposal.
FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING IN THE WEST (FUNDED JULY 2004)
Supplemental summer support ($10,000) to continue work on case-studies in socio-cultural and agentic issues during proof validation in advanced mathematics and ($50,000) for two one-year graduate research fellowships for two PhD students.
NORTHERN COLORADO GRADUATE SCHOOL (FUNDED JUNE 2004)
Summer support ($8,000) for two Graduate Research Assistants to complete writing on a case-study of an African-American mathematician teaching college algebra.
NORTHERN COLORADO GRADUATE SCHOOL (FUNDED JUNE 2002)
Summer support ($8,000) for two Graduate Research Assistants to expand the scope of NSF project (see below) to include Mathematics for Liberal Arts.
SCIENCE FOUNDATION (FUNDED JANUARY 2002)
One year research grant ($50,000) for research in collegiate mathematics education. Project title: Mathematical Cognition and Affect During Non-Routine Problem Solving.
POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP (FUNDED AUGUST 1999, 2000)
Support ($51,000/year) for research in undergraduate mathematics education at Arizona State University through the NSF Post-doctoral Fellowships in Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology (PFSMETE) program.
Faculty Mentor of the Year - Graduate Research, College of Natural and Health Sciences, University of Northern Colorado (2006).
Certificate of Recognition for Faculty Mentor of the Year at the Compact for Faculty Diversity, Institute on Teaching and Mentoring (2006).
Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Assistance to Students with Disabilities, University of Northern Colorado (2005).
Recognition for Distinguished Service in Governance, Faculty Senate, University of Northern Colorado (2005).
New Faculty Award for Excellence in Sponsored Research, University of Northern Colorado (2002).
University Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching, Chapman University (1998).
James M. Connelly Teaching Award, University of California, Irvine (1995).
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION PARTICIPATION
American Mathematical Society,
Compact for Faculty Diversity, 2004-present, (Doctoral Mentor)
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education – North American
chapter, 1999-present (Member)
Mathematical Association of America (MAA), 1992-present (Member)
Council of Teachers of English, 2004-present (Member)
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1998-present (Member)
National Science Teachers Association, 2004-present (Member)
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1993-present (Member)
Special Interest Group of the MAA on
Research in Undergraduate Mathematics
Education, 2000-present (Founding Member), Web Committee, 2000-present (Chair)
Managing production editor for Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education book
series, published by the American Mathematical Society (2005-present).
Website Committee Chair for the Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association
of America on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, (2000-present).
Reviewer for Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Journal for Mathematics
Teacher Education, and Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education.
Reviewer, National Science Foundation Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory
Improvement grant proposals (2003, 2004, 2005)
Program Chair for the April 2005 MAA Rocky Mountain Section Conference.
of Northern Colorado
Founder and Chair of School of Mathematical Sciences Web Committee (2005-present)
Member, Conference Committee on Evaluation of Deans and Faculty (2004-2005)
Chair of the Task Force on Faculty and Staff Professional Development (2004-2005)
Faculty Senator and
Faculty Welfare Committee member (2004-present)
Mathematical Sciences Ph.D. Program Committee (2002-present)
Department of Mathematical Sciences Library Committee (2003-present)
Co-author of Mathematical Sciences Charting the Future prospectus (2003)
Travel and Capital Outlay Committee (2003-2004)
Mathematics Position Hiring Committee (2002-2003)
Coordinator of bi-weekly Mathematics Education Research Seminar (2001-2003)
Mathematics Education Position Hiring Committee (2001-2002)
“Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Prospective Elementary Teachers: The
Schema of Multiplication” (Graduated, 8/05).
R. D. Cribari
(co-advisor), “Influence of Socio-Cultural Factors on 7th Grade
and American Students’ Attitudes and Beliefs About Mathematics” (Graduated, 8/06).
R. Deon, “Culturally
Responsive College Algebra” (expected 8/07).
A. B. Judd, “Cognitive Impacts of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder on Collegiate
Mathematical Learning.” (expected 8/07).
A. F. Toney, “Aspects
of Persistence in Advanced Mathematics” (expected 8/07).
Research in Mathematics Education
Cognition in Mathematics
Qualitative Research Methods
Mathematics Cognition and Affect in Non-routine Problem Situations
Teaching and Learning K-12 Mathematics
Teaching and Learning Mathematics at the Post-Secondary Level
College Teaching; WebWorKs item development; Culturally Responsive
Pedagogy at the College Level; Pedagogy of the Oppressed: Beyond Freire.
Coordinator, College Algebra (2004-present) at U. Northern Colorado
Course Coordinator, Mathematics & Liberal Arts (2003-present) at U. Northern Colorado.
& Liberal Arts (using graphing and programming of calculators and
Fundamentals of Mathematics II (Statistics and Geometry for prospective K-8 teachers)
Mathematical Modeling (lower division)
Differential Calculus (with Mathematica labs & with Maple labs)
Introductory Statistics (using MYSTAT software)
Differential Equations (including Maple-based student projects)
Advanced Calculus/Elementary Analysis
Applied Mathematics (including Maple-based student projects)
Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra (including Maple-based student projects)
Led an independent study by a senior student on differential geometry and chaos.
Wrote and maintained web resources for each course.
Undergraduate Honors thesis advisor:
C. Sedalnick, “Standing in line for the roller coaster: Personal narrative of a high school
teacher candidate in mathematics” (May, 2004)
and long-term substitute teacher in all subjects, all grade levels (1986-1988)
Grades 9-12 General Mathematics, Pre-algebra, Trigonometry (1988-1990)
American Literature, Grammar, Writing (1988-1990)
English (native speaker), Spanish (read, write, speak, not fluent), French (read), German (read).
Proficient with Hewlett Packard, Casio and Texas Instruments programmable graphing
calculators. Familiar with the Maple, Mathematica and MYSTAT software packages. Programming Languages: Fortran77 (proficient), Fortran90 (proficient), C (for UNIX
shell scripts), LaTeX, HTML.