Reflecting the core principle that mathematics is a pancultural human activity, the speaker will explore the diversity of mathematical practices in peoples lives.
Lecture by: Dr. Frank Swetz, Mathematics & Education , Penn State Harrisburg
Native American Student and Community Center, 710 S.W. Jackson, Portland, OR 97207
This public lecture is part of a series sponsored by the Graduate School of Education, Diversity Action Council of the President's Diversity Initiative/Center for Academic Excellence; Internationalization Action Council of the President's Internationalization Initiative; Department of Computer Science; Department of Curriculum and Instruction; Continuing Education, Center for Teaching and Learning in the West; Leadership in Ecology, Culture and Learning; AISES; Association for Asian Pacific American Leadership in Education.
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