Sonalee Bhattacharyya, email@example.com, is a graduate student in mathematics education at Texas State University in San Marcos. Her research interests include how teachers can be supported in their profession, professional teacher noticing, and how rich mathematical tasks promote interest in mathematics.
Nama Namakshi, firstname.lastname@example.org, is a doctoral student in mathematics education at Texas State University. Her research interests include math camps and the effect they have on women's participation in STEM fields, development of teacher noticing skills among preservice teachers, and curriculum development at elementary school and middle school levels.
Christina Zunker, email@example.com, is currently a doctoral student at Texas State University studying mathematics education.
Hiroko K. Warshauer, firstname.lastname@example.org, is an assistant professor of mathematics at Texas State University. Her research interests include areas of teaching and learning that foster productive struggle and investigation of teacher noticing of student thinking at the preservice and in-service levels.
Max Warshauer, email@example.com, is a professor of mathematics at Texas State University. He founded and directs Mathworks, a center for mathematics education at Texas State, with three pillars—summer math programs for K–grade 12 students, curriculum development, and teacher training. His research interests include areas of teaching and learning related to these pillars and developing model programs that can engage students and teachers in doing mathematics at a high level.