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Laurie Rubel

Secondary Education


Before coming to teach in Brooklyn College's mathematics education program, Laurie Rubel taught high school mathematics, statistics and computer science for nine years, in Manhattan and in Tel Aviv. Her research interests include probabilistic thinking, teacher education, diversity and equity in mathematics education, and the use of real-world urban contexts in the teaching of mathematics. In 2002-03, Rubel was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as part of the Diversity in Mathematics Education Center for Learning and Teaching. She received the Knowles Young Scholar Award in 2006, the Brooklyn College Excellence in Teaching Award in 2007, an Early Career Award from the National Science Foundation in 2008, a Brooklyn College Tow Professorship for 2014-16, and is a CUNY Distinguished Fellow at the Graduate Center's Advanced Research Collaborative in Fall 2015. Rubel was awarded a Fulbright Scholar Award for 2016-2017.

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