Links are (mostly) to PDF file format versions of papers/proposals.

**Published: ** Tsay, J.-J., & Hauk, S. (2006). Multiplication schema for signed number:
Case study of three prospective teachers (PDF). *Mathematical Sciences and Mathematics Education, 1*(1), 33-37.

**Funded: ** Hauk, S., Speer, N., Kung, D. T., & Tsay, J.-J. (2006). Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education (FIPSE). *Video cases for novice college mathematics instructor development* (880K PDF)

Project Director/Principal Investigator: Shandy Hauk.
*Note:* Also see our project web site, hopper.unco.edu/videocases.

**Accepted:** Hauk, S., Barzilai, H., Austin, H., Judd, A. B., & Tsay, J.-J. (to appear). Preservice elementary teachers' understanding of logical inference (PDF of manuscript, revisions yet to be made before publication).

*Contributed Paper Presentation: * Hauk, S., Judd, A. B., Deon, R., & Kreps, J., ``No Teacher Left Behind'' Presented at the annual national Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Piscataway, NJ (February 2006).

*Non-juried Poster Presentation: * Hauk, S., Andrew, L., Dalton, C., Pendleton, K., Roach, K., & Yestness, N., ``The nature of personal mathematical history among UNC undergraduates in a liberal arts mathematics course'' (co-authors all graduate students in my MED702 - Quantitative Research course), UNC Research Day, Greeley, CO (April 2006).

**2005**

**Published: ** Hauk, S. (2005). Mathematical autobiography among college learners in the United States (PDF). *Adults Learning Mathematics International Journal 1,* 36-56.

**Published: ** 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 assistantsŐ beliefs, backgrounds, knowledge, and professional development.'' In G. M. Lloyd, M. Wilson, J. L. M. Wilkins, & S. L. Behm (Eds.) *Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of the North American chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (electronic).* Roanoke, VA: All Academic.

*Invited Panelist: * Hauk, S., Oehrtman, M., Graham, K. J., & Murphy, T. J., ``Ph.D. Programs in Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education'' at annual meeting of the American Mathematical Society in Atlanta, GA (January 2005).

*Contributed Paper Presentation: * Hauk, S., & Judd, A. B., ``No Teacher Left Behind: Evaluation Research for the Math Science Partnership (MSP)'' Presented at the Center for Learning and Teaching in the West 4th annual Research Institute, Bozeman, MT (February 2005).

*Workshop Co-Presenter: * Hauk, S. & Miller, N., ``Workshop on Collegiate Mathematics Education Research.'' Two hour introduction to identifying, reading, and analyzing collegiate mathematics education research at the Annual Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America, Rocky Mountain Region (April 2005).

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* Hauk, S., Kung, D. T., Patterson, N., Segalla, A., & Speer, N., ``Video Cases for Novice College Mathematics Teacher Development.'' Presented at the 27th annual meeting of the North American chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education in Roanoke, VA (October 2005).

*Non-juried Presentation:* Poster at CLT-West research conference, Moore, J., Hauk, S., Davis, M. K., & Miller-Jones, D., ``Beyond Gap Gazing: Culturally Responsive Educational System Modeling'' (August 2005).

**2004**

**Published: ** Hauk, S., & Segalla, A. (2005). Student perceptions of the web-based homework
program WeBWorK in moderate enrollment college algebra courses (PDF). *Journal of
Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 24*(3), 229-253. [Accepted in 2004]

Related manuscript: A comparison of web-based and paper and pencil homework on student performance in college algebra (PDF) by Hauk, S., Powers, R. A., Safer, A., & Segalla, A. (manuscript submitted).

**Published: ** Farmer, J., Hauk, S., & Neumann, A. M. (2005). Negotiating reform: Implementing
Process Standards in culturally responsive professional development (PDF of publisher's proof). *High School
Journal, 88*(4), 59-71. [Accepted in 2004]

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* S. Hauk & R. A. Powers, ``Improving student performance and sense-making in Liberal Arts Mathematics.'' Presentation at the AMS/MAA joint meeting in Phoenix, AZ (January 2004).

*Non-juried Presentation:* Hauk, S., & Davis, M. K., ``Self-regulation during mathematical proof validation.''
Poster at UNC Research Day (April 2004).

**2003**

**Published:** Hauk, 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.

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* S. Hauk, A. Judd & J.-J. Tsay, ``Case-study of a Ph. D. mathematician teaching college algebra: Patterns of classroom interaction." Presented at the AMS/MAA national meeting in Baltimore, MD (January 2003).

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* S. Hauk, R. Powers, A. Judd, & J.-J. Tsay, ``Improving student performance and sense-making in Liberal Arts Mathematics." Presented at the Mathematical Association of America national meeting in Boulder, CO (August 2003).

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* S. Hauk, "Development and assessment of teaching efficacy among graduate teaching assistants." Presented at the Western Regional Meeting of the American Association for Higher Education in Greeley, CO (November 2003).

**2002**

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* S. Hauk & M. Isom, presented at the AMS/MAA national meeting in San Diego, CA, ``Student appeals to authority in written mathematical justification: A comparative investigation in college algebra'' (January 2002).

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* Draft paper on joint work with RaKissa Cribari, April Judd, Andrew Neumann, and Jenq-Jong Tsay (four UNC graduate students in the Educational Mathematics Ph.D. program), ``How do graduate students validate proofs?" presented at the national meeting of the Mathematical Association of America in Burlington, VT (August 2002).

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* Hauk, S., Judd, A. B., & Tsay, J.J., ``Case-study of a PhD mathematician: Curricular values conflicts" presented at the national meeting of the Mathematical Association of America in Burlington, VT (August 2002).

**2001**

**Published: ** Selden, A., Selden, J., Hauk, S., & Mason, A. (©2000;
appeared January 2001). Why can't calculus students
access their knowledge to solve non-routine problems?
In E. Dubinsky, A. H. Schoenfeld, & J. Kaput (Eds.)
*Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education. IV * (pp. 128-153). Providence, RI: American
Mathematical Society.

*Contributed Paper Presentation:* Hauk, S., ``Liberal Arts mathematics and math autobiography.'' Presented at the Conference on Research in Mathematics Education in Chicago, IL (May 2001).

*Discussion Group:* ``Proofs and proving'' contributing participant at the 24th annual meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education in Hiroshima, Japan (August, 2001).