About Our People

Nicole M. Enzinger (Education) published and presented two conference papers at the 41st annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. The first paper, “What does it take to be a fox? New horizons for communities of practice,” critiqued scholarly mathematics education communities with comparison to virtual mathematics education communities. The second paper, “Prospective teachers’ collective knowledge: Solving integer missing subtrahend problems,” described thinking from a collective perspective as a way to transition away from deficit perspectives on prospective teachers’ mathematical thinking. 

Mark David Hall’s (Politics) book, Did America Have a Christian Founding?, published this fall, earned a spot on World Magazine’s “2019 Books of the Year,” considered “vivid and insightful new releases for better understanding America, world events, history, science, and theology,” according to the publication’s website. Mark’s book made the short list of “Best History Books.”

Jenny Lehman (Business) recently published an article, “Charitable bequest importance among donors to different types of charities,” in the International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing.

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