Grant funds education faculty member's study into reaching different levels of middle school math students
The National Science Foundation has granted $646,479 to Amy Hackenberg, assistant professor of mathematics education at the Indiana University School of Education, for a five-year study examining diverse math learning styles among middle school students in order to teach them more effectively.
Indiana University students, faculty and staff and other members of the Bloomington community can learn about the Ukraine crisis Tuesday, March 11, from experts on Ukraine, Russia and Eastern Europe. Sean Kay from Ohio Wesleyan University will join IU Bloomington faculty members for a panel discussion on the latest developments from 7 to 9 p.m. in room 123 of the Maurer School of Law, 211 S. Indiana Ave.
An IU study found that elite college athletes often struggle to stay active in later years. Janet Simon, lead author and doctoral candidate in the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, discusses her findings and how athletes need to change their way of thinking about sport and activity later in life.