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Karen Marrongelle
Assistant Director National Science Foundation Directorate for Education and Human Resources | Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Portland State University
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NSF INCLUDES Hub Jun 13
Do you have a concept for future Convergence Accelerator that you would like to share? There's still time to share your ideas before the 6/24 deadline!
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NSF Educ, Human Rscs Jun 13
Voice of America interviewed 's CyberCorps(R) Scholarship for Service program lead Victor Piotrowski about recruiting the next generation of cyber-security professionals. See what he said:
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Karen Marrongelle Jun 13
Joshua Brown: “Educators are Visionaries”
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Karen Marrongelle Jun 13
So excited to be at the PI Summit today: Living, Learning, and Working in the Digital Age.
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Karen Marrongelle Jun 6
Check out "2019 STEM for All Video Showcase: Innovations in STEM Education"
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Karen Marrongelle Jun 6
Great thinking about the design of digital STEM learning environments in ⁦⁩ funded projects. Thanks CIRCL for hosting us!
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LSMRCE May 30
Another exciting day learning from a panel on how to sustain and scale partnerships within the community.
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Karen Marrongelle May 30
The fabulous Monya Ruffin introducing our panel of federal agency partners
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NSF INCLUDES Hub May 29
How does NSF INCLUDES support programs, networks and partnerships that empower women and minority students to pursue education and careers? Find out in this video:
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Karen Marrongelle May 29
Thrilled to talk at the Global Learning Lab this am. Thanks for all of your work organizing this event.
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Karen Marrongelle May 14
Wow! awardee Shep Doeleman’s was at !
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Karen Marrongelle May 9
Congratulations!
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Karen Marrongelle May 9
Very grateful to all of the teachers who work passionately and tirelessly with our learners. I have been honored to work with so many inspirational math and science teachers in my career. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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Karen Marrongelle May 3
Congrats to all of the video winners!
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Karen Marrongelle May 2
A great way to spend this Saturday. Hope to see you there! These 5 talks at the National Math Festival prove that math really is everywhere - The Washington Post
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NSF Math & Phys Sci May 1
This Friday kicks off the 2019 !! As part of the launch, mathematician Talitha Washington will give the lecture "Math, Politics, and ‘The Negro Genius’: The Story of J Ernest Wilkins, Jr.,’" at Friday at 6 pm ET!
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Karen Marrongelle Apr 17
The extraordinary Valentine Kass discussing ‘s logistic and scientific contributions to
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AERA Apr 11
The deadline for nominations for the 2020 Grawemeyer Award in Education is April 15: .
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Claudia Rankins Apr 10
Congratulations to the who graduated eleven 2019 awardees: (4), (2), (2), (2) and Bluefield SU (1). Join me in congratulating these 11 outstanding scholars. .
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Karen Marrongelle Apr 10
Just viewed the first ever image of a black hole with my colleagues. An amazing feat!
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