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College of Education associate dean wins outstanding reviewer award

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Roth McDuffie, associate dean for research and external funding for the College of Education.

By C. Brandon Chapman, College of Education

Amy Roth McDuffie, a Washington State University mathematics professor, has been recognized by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators with its 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award.

Roth McDuffie, associate dean for research and external funding for the College of Education, was recognized for providing exemplary feedback as part of blinded peer‑review of scholarly manuscripts for Mathematics Teacher Educator journal.

“As an associate dean, Amy has done meticulous work in development of strategic documents, internal grant processes, and critiques of external funding proposals,” college dean Mike Trevisan said. “She is analytical, reasoned, and well thought. In addition to my experiences and observations, I have heard the same from upper level administrators throughout the university. This award is a well‑deserved honor for Amy and testament to the high‑quality work of a consummate professional.”

Roth McDuffie is a well‑published scholar in her own right, whose research focuses on teachers’ professional development, as well as equitable teaching practices and curriculum. She also has served as the series editor for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Education.

She will receive a plaque from the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, as well as be recognized at its annual meeting in Orlando, Florida in February.

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