College teams including Math faculty, counselors, administrators, researchers, math lab specialists, and developmental education enthusiasts.
Breakfast and Lunch Included
Uri Treisman is professor of mathematics and of public affairs at The University of Texas at Austin, where he directs the Charles A. Dana Center. He serves on the AACC 21st-Century Commission on the Future of Community Colleges and on the CCCSE National Advisory Board.
Treisman is actively involved in organizations that work to improve American K-12 education. He serves on the boards of the New Teacher Project, Education Resource Strategies, the American Federation of Teachers Innovation Fund, the National Governors Association’s Center for Best Practices in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Advisory Committee, and the Military Child Education. He is a senior advisor to the Aspen Institute’s Urban Superintendents’ Network and the Dana Center/Aspen networks of Chief Academic Officers and District Mathematics Leaders. He serves on the American Institute of Mathematics’ Math Teacher Circle Advisory Board.
Treisman regularly serves on national commissions and working groups focused on strengthening mathematics and science education. Over the past three years, he has served on the STEM Education Working Group of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), the Carnegie-Institute for Advanced Study Commission on Mathematics and Science Education, and the International Benchmarking Advisory Group to a consortium of the National Governors Association, the Council of Chief State School Officers, and Achieve. Uri also serves as an advisor to the trustees of several foundations, including the Robert N. Noyce Foundation and the Charles A. Dana Foundation.
He was named a MacArthur Fellow in 1992 for his work on nurturing minority student achievement in college mathematics and 2006 Scientist of the Year by the Harvard Foundation of Harvard University for his outstanding contributions to mathematics. In all of his work, Treisman advocates for equity and excellence in education for all children.
The title of Uri’s Keynote is Pathways to Math Completion: A National Perspective on Innovation and Success