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Dr Hart receives State Achievement Award
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8 March 2008
Eric Hart, adjunct associate professor of mathematics, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Iowa Council of Teachers of Mathematics at their annual meeting in February in West Des Moines.
Judith Slezak presented the award, citing Dr. Hart's work in helping to provide a world-class math education for all Iowa students.
She listed many of his achievements, including his work in the area of math education for over 25 years, his national recognition as an expert in discrete mathematics, and his over 130 presentations at mathematics conferences all over the country, as well as a keynote address in Seoul, Korea, at the International Mathematics Symposium hosted by the Korean Mathematical Society.
Dr. Hart has been a leading figure nationally in work on the high school mathematics curriculum, along with recent work on the Iowa Core Curriculum, dealing with math as a connected whole instead of fragmented elements, making math relevant to students' lives, and getting students actively engaged in the curriculum.
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