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Monthly Archives: August 2012

ASPIRE Students Succeed As Undergraduate Researchers

ASPIRE students participated at all levels of undergraduate research, working with faculty and community partners to examine issues that include race and the environment, international comparisons of mathematics teaching strategies, Read More

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The Practices of Mathematics Educators: A Comparative Study of Teaching Across Countries

Students in the U.S. are being outperformed in mathematics by students from all across the world. Does this mean that the students from other countries will also build better economic Read More

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According to Quindara…

African Americans have endured the hardships of racial injustice and discrimination.  Racial segregation and discriminatory practices against African Americans has damaged the black community and limited expansion from urban neighborhoods Read More

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Feminist Arabic Literature

I explored the definition of feminism in Arabic Literature by 2 feminist authors and I explored how both authors worked differently in depicting women’s issues and how each portrayed female genital mutilation in their novels. I also explored Read More

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Good Better Best

Never Give It A Rest*Until Your Good is Your Better*And Your Better is Your Best   Congratulations ASPIRE Summer Research Fellows:  Katie Kull, Sai Gajjala and Kevin Nai.  Their presentation on Read More

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