Commentary and Articles on Education:

Prezi assembling data about education in the US and Texas

Prezi on UTeach

ATPE Newsletter December 2014, Texas Public Education: Better than you think

Trib Talk, October 2014: Stop Doubting Texas’ Graduation Numbers

Texas Tribune Q&A, April 2014: thoughts on HB5

Classroom Observation and Value-Added Models Give Complementary Information about Quality of Mathematics Teaching, Walkington and Marder (2013)

Visualizations of Longitudinal Student Data, Marder and Bendinelli Physical Review (2011)

Flow and Diffusion of High-Stakes Test Scores, Marder and Bansal, PNAS (2009)

Affiliations:

UTeach

Department of Physics

Experience:

Executive Director, UTeach Science Program
College of Natural Sciences
University of Texas at Austin (2013–)

Associate Dean for Science and Mathematics Education
College of Natural Sciences
University of Texas at Austin (2007–2013)

Director, Special Projects Office
College of Natural Sciences
University of Texas at Austin(1998–2007)

Professor of Physics University of Texas at Austin (2000–)

Associate Professor of Physics University of Texas at Austin (1994)

Assistant Professor of Physics University of Texas at Austin (1988)

Research Associate James Franck Institute University of Chicago (1986)

Research Assistant UC Santa Barbara (1983)

Education:

Ph.D. (Physics) U C Santa Barbara (1986)

A. B., Summa cum Laude (Physics and Mathematics) Cornell University (1982)
Resident of Telluride House

Uni High, Urbana IL (1978)

Honors:

Cozzarelli Prize, National Academy of Science (2013)
Rostow Award, The Austin Project (2011)
Joe and Bettie Branson Ward Excellence Award (2010)

Elizabeth Shatto Massey Award for Excellence in Teacher Education (2008)
Fellow of the American Physical Society (2006)
Exxon Education Foundation (1996)
Alcoa Foundation (1993)
Sloan Foundation Fellow (1989)


Research Support:

Most of the work described on these pages has been supported by the National Science Foundation, Division of Materials Research, Condensed Matter and Materials Theory Program. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.