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Press Release 05-102
NSF Names Seven Distinguished Teaching Scholars

Director's awards will extend work in research and education

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Edward F. (Joe) Redish (right), professor of physics at the University of Maryland

Joe Redish (in the hat) discusses research with colleagues and students at the Enrico Fermi Summer School on Physics Education Research in Varenna, Italy in August 2003.

Credit: Michael Wittmann (with permission)


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William McCallum, University of Arizona

William McCallum, University of Arizona professor of mathematics and 2005 Distinguished Teaching Scholar, studies contemporary number theory and was a leader in calculus instructional reform.

Credit: Amy Newhall


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Ken Ono, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Ken Ono, Solle P. and Margaret Manasse profesor of letters and science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2005 Distinguished Teaching Scholar in Mathematics

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Robert P. H. Chang, Northwestern University

Robert P. H. Chang, professor of materials science and engineering, Northwestern University

Credit: Melinda Vogt, Northwestern University


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Angelica M. Stacy, University of California, Berkeley

Angelica M. Stacy, associate vice provost for Faculty Equity and professor of chemistry, University of California, Berkeley

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