Professor Tim Harms, Mathematics, has just completed his service on the Minnesota Mathematics Standards Revision Committee. He has been appointed to a two year term on the SciMathMN Board and will be serving on the Standards & Frameworks Committee. SciMathMN brings together a statewide STEM community to promote equitable and accessible STEM learning and workforce participation, empower lifelong learning, and […]
Tammy Fitting, Director of the Math Learning Center, and Tim Harms, Professor of Mathematics Education presented at the virtual Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference held April 16 and 17. Tammy Fitting presented a session titled “Little Things Can Make a Difference” that connected how findings in neuroscience can be addressed in classroom instructional practices. Tim Harms presented a […]
Feb. 26 | 4-5 p.m. | BR 268 The Math Seminar will have Professor Tim Harms from the Math Department speak at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, February 26 in BR 268. His topic is below. Research Approval Process when Human Subjects are InvolvedDr. Tim Harms, Ph.D.Mathematics DepartmentMinnesota State University Moorhead The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is an administrative body established […]
Wednesday, Feb. 12 | 4-5 p.m. | BR 268 This week in the Math Seminar Professor Tim Harms will speak about the IRB process. The Math Seminar meets in BR 268. Please, see the abstract below for more information. Research Approval Process when Human Subjects are InvolvedDr. Tim Harms, Ph.D.Mathematics DepartmentMinnesota State University Moorhead The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is […]
Professor Tim Harms, Mathematics, four current MSUM Noyce Scholars: Jena Backes, Sophia Sowada, Briana Kowalke, Gavin Canlas-Rinke and four recent MSUM graduates: Brooke Mayer, Jared Saunders, Ashley Skalsky, and Isaac Skalsky attended the Midwest Regional Robert Noyce Conference, Developing Strategies for Bringing Experiential Math and Science Teaching to High Needs Schools. This was held November 1-3, in St. Louis.