Ph.D. Program: The program is designed to provide students with depth and breadth in the fields of both mathematics education and mathematics, preparing students for educational and research leadership. The program is designed to advance forefront knowledge in mathematics education through world-class cutting-edge research.
Research: Starting spring 2023 or fall 2023, 100% grant funded research to conduct meta-research that integrates the results from quantitative meta-analysis and qualitative meta-synthesis to inform our understanding of four constructs (i.e., parental involvement, school climate, algebra teaching approach, and student engagement) on the algebra achievements of secondary students.
Stipend starting at $21,140 for the academic year, tuition paid, health insurance, laptop, and possible conference travel and co-author on publications
Admission Requirements: Applicants to the Ph.D. in Mathematics Education degree must have BA or BS from an accredited college or university. Successful candidates typically have a bachelor’s degree in mathematics or mathematics education and/or advanced coursework in mathematics.
Candidates from underrepresented backgrounds in mathematics education are strongly encouraged to apply.
Please visit: https://gradschool.unh.edu/admissions/apply for detailed instructions about applying to the program.
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