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Chyna Miller, Mathematics Learning Center
Notable: Chyna Miller, Mathematics Learning Center
Visiting Lecturer Chyna Miller, Mathematics Learning Center, has been selected from more than 500 applicants nationwide to participate in a workshop held at Tufts University that discusses how mathematics can be applied to gerrymandering issues in political districts in the United States. The first three days of the program are open to the public and available online. Selected attendees of the program’s final two days will participate in one of three specialized tracks on giving expert testimony, teaching, and working with geographic-information systems (Najmabadi, 2017). Chyna is a selected participant for the educator-track program and will join 100 educators in Boston this August.
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