Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Fisher, A. (*under review*). *Weaving culture, art, and mathematics to enhance computer science motivation among underrepresented minority students: An intervention.*

##### 2020

Campbell, D. (2020, Spring). Computer Science Teachers Shine at National Level. *Rice at Large.*

Campbell, D. (2020, April 12). Rice-Trained Computer Science Teachers Shine at the National Level. *Village News*, *35*(49), pp. 1, 8.

Camuz, R., Kose, B., Sevic, S., & Elcik, S. (2020, April 28). RUSMP Launches SeaPerch 2020. *Village News/Southwest News*,* 35*(47), p. 2.

Ekmekci, A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (*in press*). Being research-based and research-minded in helping K-12 mathematics education. *Proceedings of 2019 AWM Research Symposium*.

Ekmekci, A. (2020, March 17). RUSMP represents Houston and Rice U. *Village News*, *35*(41), pp. 1, 12.

Papakonstantinou, A., & Ekmekci, A. *(in press). *The Rice University School Mathematics Project: Supporting Excellence in K-16 Mathematics since 1987. *Proceedings of 2019 AWM Research Symposium*.

Papakonstantinou, A. (2020, February 18). RUSMP hosts STEM Conference for Educators. *Village News/Southwest News, 35*(37), pp. 2, 9.

Papakonstantinou, A., White, C., & Ward, R. (2020, Spring). Rice Offers Free Math Activities During COVID-19. *Rice at Large*.

*Passwaters, A, (2020, April 2). Rice offers free math activities for children during COVID-19. Rice News. *

*White, C. (2020, Winter). Computer science demystified at Burrus Elementary. Rice at Large, 41, p. 5.*

*White, C. (2020, Winter). Students catch a glimpse of college life. Rice at Large, 41, p. 6.*

*White, C. (2020, April 7). New to Homeschooling? RUSMP Offers PreK-12 Mathematics Resources For At-Home Use. Village News/Southwest News, 35(44), pp. 1, 8.*

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*2019*

*Agrawal, A. (2019, Fall). Young students learn about the benefits of STEM. Rice at Large, 40, p. 6.*

*Alpat, R. (2019, June 25). RUSMP launches the STEM behind Oil and Gas. Village News, 35(4), pp. 1, 12.*

*Alpat, R. (2019, July 9). This summer students go full STEAM ahead. Village News, 35(6), pp. 1, 12.*

*Alpat, R. (2019, July 30). Rice Mathematics Staff Attends CAMT. Village News 35(9), pp. 1, 12.*

*Alpat, R. (2019, August 6). Back to School at RUSMP. Village News 35(10), p. 1.*

*Alpat, R. (2019, August 13). National Science Foundation Noyce Summit Spotlights Rice Math Program. Village News 35(11), pp. 1, 12. *

*Corkin, D., Coleman, S., & Ekmekci, A. (2019). Implementation fidelity: Teachers’ perceptions of barriers to constructivist teaching learned through professional development. The Urban Review: Issues and Ideas in Public Education, 51(3), 370-403. DOI: 10.1007/s11256-018-0485-6*

*Corkin, D., & Ekmekci, A. (2019). The impact of mathematics teachers on student learning and motivation. In A. Redmond-Sanogo & J. Cribbs (Eds.), Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, (pp. 34–41). Charlotte, NC: Research Council on Mathematics Learning.*

*Ekmekci, A., & Corkin, D. (2019). The influence of science teachers on high school students’ science motivation: An analysis using a nationally representative large-scale data set. In K. Graziano (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (ISBN 978-1-939797-37-7), (pp. 2267-2272). Las Vegas, NV: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Available at https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/207964/*

*Ekmekci, A., & Corkin, D. (2019). The role of high school students’ motivation and course-taking on their STEM career plans. Paper presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.*

*Ekmekci, A., Corkin, D., & Fan, W. (2019). A multilevel analysis of the impact of teachers’ beliefs and mathematical knowledge for teaching on students’ mathematics achievement. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 44(12), 57-80. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2019v44n12.4*

*Ekmekci, A., Papakonstantinou, A., Parr, R., & Shah, M. (2019). Knowledge, beliefs, and perceptions about the mathematics and mathematics teaching: How do they relate to teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge? In M. L. Niess, C. Angeli, & H. Gillow-Wiles (Eds.), Handbook of research on TPACK in the digital age, (pp. 1–23). Hershey PA: IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7001-1.ch001*

*Ekmekci, A., & Sahin, A. (2019). A longitudinal study on high school students’ STEM college-major intentions: Results from the third year. Paper presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.*

*Ekmekci, A., Sahin, A., & Waxman, H. (2019). Factors affecting students’ STEM choice and persistence: A synthesis of research and findings from the second year of a longitudinal high school STEM tracking study. In A. Sahin & M. Mohr-Schroeder (Eds.), STEM Education 2.0: Myths and Truths: What has years of K-12 STEM education research taught us? (pp. 279-304). The Netherlands: Brill.*

*Flagg. M., & Gross, E. (2019, July- August). 2019 AWM Research Symposium. AWM Newsletter, 49(4), pp. 9-15.*

*McCabe, E. (2019, July). Say hello to the Fishers. Historic Heights Living Magazine, pp. 12-14.*

*Medina, D. (2019, Winter). Spreading STEM education across Texas. Rice at Large, 38, p. 10.*

*Mironitchev, A., & Morales, W. (2019). Trigonometric proofs for congruent triangles. Journal of Universality of Global Education Issues, 1, pp. 1-16.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2019, Winter). Improving STEM skills. Rice at Large, 38, p. 6.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2019, February 26). Rice's Math Circle DRAWS a big crowd. Village News/Southwest News, 33(38), pp. 2-3.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2019, March 26). RUSMP and Rice Athletics launch Spring Break Math-Letics. Village News/Southwest News, 33(42), p. 2.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2019, Spring). A circle that attracts mathematicians. Rice at Large, 39, p. 3. *

*Papakonstantinou, A., & Parr, R. (2019, April 16). Rice Hosts Association of Women in Mathematics Research Symposium. Village News/Southwest News, 33(45), pp. 2, 9.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2019, October 22). RUSMP Hosts Inspiring STEM Conference. Village News, 35(21), pp. 1, 12.*

*Parr, R. (2019, February 19). RUSMP hosts celebration of Black History Month at Networking Conference. Village News, 33(37), pp. 1, 16.*

*Parr, R. (2019, March 19). Noyce Fellows share experiences at Western Region Noyce Conference. Village News/Southwest News, 33(41), pp. 7, 9.*

*Parr, R. (2019, Spring). Mathematicians celebrate at Black History Month event. Rice at Large, 39, p. 9.*

*Peyton, L. (2019, February 24). Formula for success. Houston Chronicle, 118(134), pp. H1-H2.*

*Sahin, A., & Ekmekci, A. (2019). Developing a self-reported measure for high school students’ 21st century skills. Paper presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.*

*Troutman, S. (2019, January 1). Hour of Code 2018 events demystify coding. Village News/Southwest News, 33(30), p. 3.*

*White, C. (2019, December 17). Students Catch a Glimpse of College Life. Village News/Southwest News, 35(29), p. 2.*

*White, C. (2019, December 17). RUSMP Facilitates 2019 Hour of Code at Burrus Elementary School. Village News/Southwest News, 35(29), pp. 2, 9.*

*White, C. (2019, December 31). RUSMP Challenges Students in Math during School House Mania. Village News/Southwest News, 35(30), pp. 3, 9.*

*Wilson, M. (2019, December 20). Slam dunks and STEM: RUSMP challenges area students at School House Mania. Rice News.*

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*2018*

*Bonner, L., & Godinez, G. (2018, July 31). Rice math project is showcased at CAMT. Village News/Southwest News, 33(9), p. 3.*

*Chatfield, C. (2018, April 23). Computer science event draws local students to Rice. Rice News.*

*Chatfield, C. (2018, April 24). Rice event engages local students in computer science. Village News/Southwest News, 32(46), pp. 1, 12.*

*Chatfield, C. (2018, Fall). Growing the next generation of computer science leaders. Rice at Large, 37, pp. 6-7.*

*Corkin, D., Coleman, S., & Ekmekci, A. (2018, April). Self-regulatory teaching strategies and motivation among mathematics teachers working in high-poverty urban schools. Paper presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Parr, R. (2018). The effects of the school-work environment on mathematics teachers’ motivation for teaching: A self-determination theoretical perspective. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 43(6), 50–66. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2018v43n6.4*

*Ekmekci, A. (2018). Evaluation report for RUSMP 2018 summer STEM component for MECA Sunburst Summer Arts Camp (RUSMP DN: 18-01). Houston, TX: Rice University.*

*Ekmekci, A., Papakonstantinou, A., Parr, R., & Shah, M. (2018). Knowledge, beliefs, and perceptions about the mathematics and mathematics teaching: How do they relate to teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge? In M. L. Niess, C. Angeli, & H. Gillow-Wiles (Eds.), Handbook of research on TPACK in the digital age. IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7001-1.ch001*

*Ekmekci, A., Parr, R., & Fisher, A. (2018). Results from a computer science teaching collaborative: Serving teachers with different needs through variety of pathways. In E. Langran & J. Borup (Eds.), Proceedings of the 29th International Conference of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (pp. 1958–1963). Washington, DC: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.*

*Ekmekci, A., & Sahin, A. (2018, April). The development and validation of a 21st century skills instrument: Measuring secondary school students’ skills. Paper presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.*

*Ekmekci, A., Sahin, A., Gulacar, O., & Almus, K. (2018). High school students’ semantic networks of scientific method in an international science Olympiad context. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 1–20. DOI: 10.29333/ejmste/93677*

*Ekmekci, A. & Shah, M. (2018). Evaluation report for RUSMP 2018 Summer Campus Program for teachers (RUSMP DN: 18-02). Houston, TX, Rice University.*

*Ekmekci, A. & Shah, M. (2018). Evaluation report for RUSMP 2018 student summer camps (RUSMP DN: 18-03). Houston, TX, Rice University.*

*McCoy, A. (2018, November). The Rice University Robert Noyce Master Teaching Fellowship Program (RU-MTF) Year 3: 2018 Report (RUSMP DN:18-04). Houston, TX: Evaluation and Data Management Services, Inc.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2018, February 20). RUSMP hosts forum on college readiness: Where does it begin? Village News, 32(37), p. 1.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2018, February 27). RUSMP Noyce Fellow hosts Louisiana Noyce Fellows. Village News/Southwest News, 32(38), p. 2.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2018, March 27). Rice School rocks! Rock and crystal expert visits with second-graders at the Rice School. Village News, 32(42), pp. 1, 12.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2018, Fall). The Rice School rocks. Rice at Large, 37, p.11.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2018, September 25). Teachers share summer STEM externship experiences at RUSMP Networking Conference. Village News, 33(17), pp. 1, 12.*

*Parr, R. (2018, Winter). RUSMP and Texas Instruments support STEM Teachers. Rice at Large, 35, pp. 6-7.*

*Parr, R. (2018, June 12). RUSMP hosts Milby H.S. students at new STEM institute on the Rice campus. Village News/Southwest News, 33(2). p. 3.*

*Polley, R. & Parr, R. (2018, Spring/Summer). Pythagoras unchained. Texas Mathematics Teacher, 64(1), pp. 26-30.*

*Sahin, A., Ekmekci, A., & Waxman, H. C. (2018, March). A social cognitive career lens onto 10th grade students' STEM college major plans. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). Atlanta, GA.*

*Sahin, A., Ekmekci, A., & Waxman, H. (2018, April). A longitudinal study of factors impacting high school students’ STEM-majoring intentions. Paper presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.*

*Troutman, S. & White, C. (2018, Spring). Mania for mathematics and basketball. Rice at Large, 36, p. 7.*

*Village News/Southwest News Staff. (2018, May 29). Trafton Acacemy teacher recognized for achievements in computer science. Village News/Southwest News, 32(51), p. 3.*

*White, C. (2018, December 18). RUSMP provides math challenges for students at School House Mania. Village News/Southwest News, 33(29), p. 3.*

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*2017*

*Almond, B. (2017, July 19). Spencer Foundation funds RUSMP study. Rice News.*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Coleman, S. (2017). Barriers to implementation of constructivist teaching in a high-poverty urban school district. In T. A. Olson & L. Venenciano (Eds.), Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, (pp. 57–64). Fort Worth, TX.*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Fisher, A. (2017, April). The effects of a culturally relevant intervention on computer science motivation among underrepresented minority students in high school geometry. Paper presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Antonio, TX.*

*Corkin, D., Horn, C., & Pattison, D. (2017). The effects of an active learning intervention in biology on college students’ classroom motivational climate perceptions, motivation, and achievement. Educational Psychology, 1-19. DOI: 10.1080/01443410.2017.1324128*

*Ekmekci, A., Loh, L., & Obijiofor, C. (2017). Evaluation report for 2017 Summer Campus Program: The summer component of the 2017-18 RUSMP Teacher Quality Program for K-12 teachers (RUSMP DN: 17-01). Houston, TX: Rice University.*

*Fisher A. (2017, February 28). Schlumberger helps make CS for all possible. Village/Southwest News Houston, 31(39), pp. 1, 12.*

*Fisher, A. (2017, Fall). Planting a Seed for Students. Rice at Large, 34, p.6.*

*Glynn, J. (2017, August). Opening doors: How selective colleges and universities are expanding access for high-achieving, low-income students. Landsdowne VA: Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.*

*McCoy, A. (2017, November). The Rice University Robert Noyce Master Teaching Fellowship Program (RU-MTF) Year 2: 2017 Report (RUSMP DN:17-02). Houston, TX: Evaluation and Data Management Services, Inc.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2017, September 5). The Rice School/La Esceula Rice hosts an eclipse watch party. Village/Southwest News. 32(14), p. 8.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2017, December 11). RUSMP helps HISD students with computer coding. Rice News.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2017, December 12). International Hour of Code at The Rice School/La Escuela Rice. Village/Southwest News. 32(28), pp. 1,12.*

*Passwater, A. (2017, December 18). School House Mania rocks Tudor Fieldhouse. Rice News.*

*Sahin, A., Ekmekci, A., & Waxman, H. (2017). The relationships among high school STEM learning experiences, expectations, and mathematics and science efficacy and the likelihood of majoring in STEM in college. International Journal of Science Education, 39(11), 1549–1572. DOI: 10.1080/09500693.2017.1341067.*

*Sahin, A., Ekmekci, A., & Waxman, H. (2017). Collective effects of individual, behavioral, and contextual factors on high school students' future STEM career plans. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 1-21. DOI: 10.1007/s10763-017-9847-x.*

*Sahin, A., Ekmekci, A., & Waxman, H. (2017, April). Investigating high school students’ individual, environment, and Pygmalion effects variables on college major selection. Paper presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Antonio, TX.*

*Smith, D., Papakonstantinou, A., & Parr, R. (2017, August 1). Rice Math Camps, Programs at St. Mark’s Episcopal. Village/Southwest News, 32(9), pp. 1, 12.*

*Taylor, S. (2017, December 1). UHD Researcher Among Recipients of Spencer Foundation Grant. UHD News.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2017, Spring). Basketball + Mathematics = Excitement. Rice at Large, 33, p.5.*

*Williams, M. (2017, August 21). Eclipse brightens first day of classes. Rice News.*

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*2016*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Brehm, C. (2016). 2016 Summer Campus Program: RUSMP Teacher Quality Program for K-12 Teachers (RUSMP DN: 16-01). Houston, TX: Rice University.*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A. & Fan, W. (2016). The significance of teachers’ mathematical knowledge for teaching and their math background on students’ math achievement. Research Brief for the Houston Independent School District, 4(6), 1–6. Houston, TX: Houston Education Research Consortium, Rice Kinder Institute for Urban Research.*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2016, April). Mathematics teachers’ motivational beliefs: The effects of the school-work environment. Paper presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. Washington, DC.*

*Corkin, D. M., Ekmekci, A., White, C., & Fisher, A. (2016). Teachers’ self-efficacy and knowledge for the integration of technology in mathematics instruction at urban schools. In K. V. Adolphson & T. M. Olson (Eds.), Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (pp. 101–108). Orlando, FL.*

*Ekmekci, A., & Cavlazoglu, B. (2016, April). Student persistence in science: Do science teacher credentials matter? Paper presented at the 2016 Annual International Conference for National Association of Research in Science Teaching. Baltimore, MD.*

*Fisher, A. (2016, November 29). RUSMP and Houston ISD Hosted First US Bebras Computing Challenge. Village News/Southwest News, 31(27), pp. 1, 12.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2016, Spring). Warming up to STEM courtside. Rice at Large, 30, p. 5.*

*Parr, R. (2016, March 22). Math + basketball = A super Saturday. Village/Southwest News, 30(43), p. 10.*

*Parr, R. (2016, August 30). RUSMP Hosts Exciting Science and Health Games. Village/Southwest News, 31(14), p. 2.*

*Parr, R. (2016, Fall). Online games promote health and science. Rice at Large, 32, p. 5.*

*Parr, R. (2016, October 7). The Way I See It: RUSMP’s role at White House Computer Science Summit. Rice University News.*

*Rice News Staff (2016, April 18). Code.org selects Rice to help increase access to computer science education. Rice University News.*

*Sahin, A., Ekmekci, A., Almus, K., & Gulacar, O. (2016, April). High school students’ understanding of the scientific method: Does participation in science project Olympiads matter? Paper presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. Washington, DC.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2016, December 19). "School House Mania" Spotlights Mathematics!. Rice University News.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2016, December 20). "School House Mania" Spotlights Mathematics!. Village News/Southwest News, 31(20),pp. 1, 16.*

*Williams, M. (2016, March 1). Rice University School Math Project wins NSF Teaching grant. Rice News.*

*Yu, S.L., Corkin, D. M., & Trenor, J. M. (2016). STEM motivation and persistence among underrepresented minority students: A social cognitive perspective. In J. DeCuir-Gunby & P. A. Schutz (Eds.), Race and ethnicity in the study of motivation in education (pp. 67-81). NY: Routledge.*

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*2015*

*Berggren, S., & Fisher, A. (2015, August 11). RUSMP broadens impact to teachers and students through summer offerings. Village News/Southwest News, 30(11), pp. 10, 13.*

*Berggren, S., & Fisher, A. (2015, Winter). No. 1 camp for teachers. Rice at Large, 29, 6.*

*Copur-Gencturk, Y., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2015). Sustainable changes in teacher practices: a longitudinal analysis of the classroom practices of high school mathematics teachers. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 1-20.*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2015). Antecedents of teachers’ educational beliefs about mathematics and mathematical knowledge for teaching among in-service teachers in high poverty urban schools. The Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 40(9), 31–62.*

*Corkin, D., Ekmekci, A., & Zhou, J. (2015). 2015 Summer Campus Program: RUSMP Teacher Quality Program for K-12 Teachers (RUSMP DN: 15-01). Houston, TX: Rice University School Mathematics Project.*

*Ekmekci, A. (2015, April). Are we measuring it accurately: Mathematical literacy in the PISA context? Paper presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago, IL.*

*Ekmekci, A., Corkin, D., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2015). The collective effects of teachers' educational beliefs and mathematical knowledge on students' mathematics achievement. In T. G. Bartell, K. N. Bieda, R. T. Putnam, K. Bradfield, & H. Dominguez (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, (pp. 884-887). East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University.*

*Ekmekci, A., Corkin, D., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2015). The relationship between teacher related factors and mathematics teachers’ educational beliefs about mathematics. In S. M. Che & K. A. Adolphson (Eds.), Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, (pp. 140-148). Las Vegas, NV.*

*Ekmekci, A., Corkin, D., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2015, April). Technology using habits of mathematics teachers. Paper presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago, IL.*

*Ekmekci, A., & Gulacar, O. (2015). A case study for comparing the effectiveness of a computer simulation and a hands-on activity on learning electric circuits. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology, 11(4), 765-775. DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2015v40n9.3*

*Evans, J. (2015, August 10). Tapia Math-Science Scholars Program offers students an incalculable experience. Rice University News.*

*Fisher, A. (2015, September 22). RUSMP hosts exciting Code.org workshop for Houston Educators. Village News/Southwest News, 30(17), p. 8.*

*Fisher, A., & Zhou, J. (2015, Summer). RUSMP helps students find balance. Rice at Large, 28, 6.*

*Fisher, A., & Zhou, J. (2015, June 9). RUSMP helps students find balance with STEM. Village News/Southwest News, 30(2), pp. 10, 13.*

*Megarity, H. (2015, November 12). Math students explore with Dr. P. Episcopal High School News, 31(4), p. 4.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2015, June 30). Rice University program hosts math teachers. Village News/Southwest News, 30(5), p. 7.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2015, December 8). The Rice School/La Escuela Rice holds successful STEM Fall Festival night. Village News/Southwest News, 30(28), p. 8.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2015, December 29). Warming up to STEM courtside. Village News/Southwest News, 30(31), p. 7.*

*Papakonstantinou, J. (2015, November 3). EHS Knights volunteer with Rice University at Energy Day. Village News/Southwest News, 30(23), pp. 12-13.*

*Parr, R. (2015). Investigating the effects of sustained professional development on campus and district mathematics programs: An analysis of the Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Houston, Houston, TX.*

*Parr, R. (2015, August 18). Rice Mathematics Department (RUSMP), teacher collaborations continue. Village News/Southwest News, 30(12), p. 8.*

*Troutman, S. (2015). Examining the evolution of a university summer campus program for mathematics teachers. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Houston, Houston, TX.*

*Ward, R., & Albritton, J. (2015, August). Math meets cubism. STEAMed Quarterly Digital Magazine.*

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*2014*

*Anderson, H. (2014, July 8). Math teachers converge for summer program, Village News/Southwest News, 29(5), pp. 1, 16.*

*Copur-Gencturk, Y. (2014, February). Assessing the long-term impact of professional development on classroom practices of high school math teachers. Paper presented at the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) Annual Meeting, Irvine,CA.*

*Ekmekci, A., Anderson, H., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2014). 2014 Summer Campus Program: RUSMP Teacher Quality Program for K-12 Teachers (RUSMP DN: 14-03). Houston, TX: Rice University School Mathematics Project.*

*Ekmekci, A., & Carmona, G. (2014). Studying mathematical literacy through the lens of PISA's assessment framework. In C. Nicol, P. Liljedahl, S. Oesterle, & D. Allan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 38^{th} Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) and the 36^{th} Conference of the North American Chapter of the PME - Vol. 2 (pp. 441-448).Vancouver, Canada: PME.*

*Fisher, A. (2014,Spring). TODOS: Mathematics for all. Rice at Large, 24, 6.*

*McCoy, A.(2014). Rice University School Mathematics Project 2012-2014 Program for K-12 Teachers Program Evaluation Year 2 (2013-2014). RUSMP DN:14-01.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2014, March 25). Rice Mathematics Project trains mathematics leaders. Village News/Southwest News , 28 (42), p.7.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2014, May 20). The Rice School's new math club completes a successful first year. Village News/Southwest News, 28(50), p.16.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2014, Summer). Rice school instills awe for math. Rice at Large, 25, 9.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2014, Winter). Rice offers solutions in developing mathematics leaders, Rice at Large, 23, 7.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2014, December 30). Doing math courtside: RUSMP sums things up during Rice basketball's warm-up. Village News/Southwest News , 29 (30), p.1.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., Ekmekci, A., & Parr, R. (2014). Mathematics teacher leadership: A Sustainable approach to improve mathematics education. In S. Oesterle, C. Nicol, P. Liljedahl, & D. Allan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education and the 36th Conference of the North American Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education, (Vol. 6), (p. 379). Vancouver, Canada: PME. (Poster presentation.)*

*Papakonstantinou, A., Kubena, K., & Ekmekci, A. (2014). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Mathematics Institute Funded by Shell Oil Company: 2014 Report (RUSMP DN: 14-02). Houston, TX: Rice University School Mathematics Project.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2014, Fall). A math bridge. Rice at Large, 26 , 7.*

*Ward, R. (2014). Go figure! Using the art of Jasper Johns to teach number concepts. Dimensions of Early Childhood, 42(2), 23-27.*

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*2013*

*Copur-Gencturk, Y. (2013, April). How do K-8 teachers change their practices after learning more mathematics? Paper presented at the Annual National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference. Denver, CO.*

*Copur-Gencturk, Y., & Lubienski, S. T. (2013). Measuring mathematics knowledge for teaching: A longitudinal study using two measures. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 16(3), 211-236.*

*Copur-Gencturk, Y., Papakonstantinou, A., & Parr, R. (2013, April). Classroom practices of high school math teachers: A longitudinal analysis. Paper presented at the Annual National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference. Denver, CO.*

*Copur-Gencturk, Y., Papakonstantinou, A., & Parr, R. (2013, April). The impact of content-focused and sustained professional development on standards-based high school mathematics instruction. Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA). San Francisco, CA.*

*Copur-Gencturk, Y., & Parr, R. (2013). Research on professional development and teacher instruction: Sustainable changes in teacher practices. In M.V. Martinez & A.C. Superfine (Eds.), Proceedings of the Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (p. 1107). Chicago IL: University of Illinois-Chicago.*

*Cruz, P., Kamau, N., Papakonstantinou, A., Parr, R., Troutman, S., Ward, R., & White, C. (2013). Effective professional development: Defining the vital role of the master teacher. National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) Journal of Mathematics Leadership, 14(2), 48-60.*

*McCoy, A. (2013). Rice University School Mathematics Project 2012-2014 Program for K-12 Teachers program evaluation: Year 1 (2012-2013). RUSMP DN 13-01.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2013, April 16). Math classes for teachers at the Rice School. Village News, 27(46), p. 13.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2013, Winter). Program inspires Houston students to explore mathematics. Rice at Large, 20 , 7.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., & Mock, T. (2013). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Mathematics Institute funded by Shell Oil Company: 2013 report. RUSMP DN 13-02.*

*Parr, R. (2013, March 12). Rice program energizes mathematics teachers in Aldine. Northeast Beltway 8 News, 37(11), p. 7.*

*Parr, R. (2013, July 2). RUSMP hosts summer seminar for HISD math teachers. Village News/Southwest News, 28(5), p. 3.*

*Parr, R., & Kamau, N. (2013). Teachers’ beliefs regarding reform standards, equity and self-efficacy for teaching. In M.V., Martinez & A.C. Superfine (Eds.) Proceedings of the Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. (p. 952). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois-Chicago.*

*Ptomey, S. (2013, March 5). Rice University program energizes mathematics teachers in AISD. Aldine Independent School District News.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2013, May 28). Students Catch a Glimpse of College Life. Village News, 27(52), p. 2.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2013, Fall). Fifth graders discover the wonders of Rice. Rice at Large, 22, 6.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2013, September 10). Local math teachers study at Rice University. Village News, 28(15), p. 8.*

*Ward, R. (2013). Constructing castles: Using the art of Paul Klee to explore shape. Early Years: The Journal of the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children, 34(2), 11-13.*

*Ward, R. (2013). Use mouth-watering art to master math concepts. Texas Child Care Quarterly, 37(1).*

*Ward, R. (2013). Using the art of Klee to teach fractions. Texas Mathematics Teacher, 60 (2), 6-10.*

*White, C. (2013, Spring). RUSMP develops mathematics campus leaders. Rice at Large , 21 , 10-11.*

*White, C. (2013, September/October). Supporting a principal's vision to improve mathematics instruction. Principal, 93(1), 36-37.*

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*2012*

*Kamau, N., & Parr, R. (2012). Lead teachers foster institutional changes in their schools and school districts. RUSMP DN 12-02.*

*McCoy, A. (2012). Rice University School Mathematics Project's 2009-2012 Teacher Quality Program for K-12 Mathematics Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN 12-03.*

*McCoy, A., Papakonstantinou, A., Parr, R., & Kamau, N. (2012). Characteristics of lead teachers and their roles in the institutionalization of the Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute on their campuses: A case study. RUSMP DN 12-01.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2012, Winter). RUSMP to celebrate 25 years of mathematic engagement. Rice at Large ,17, 5.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., & Kamau, N. (2012). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Mathematics Institute funded by Shell Oil Company: 2012 report. RUSMP DN 12-04.*

*Parr, R. (2012, Spring). Painting a mathematical canvas, one stroke at a time. Rice at Large, 18, 4.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2012, Fall). Mathematics teachers gather at Rice. Rice at Large, 19, 7.*

*Ward, R. (2012). Math + art = Fun activities for discovering mathematical magic in modern art. Houston, TX: Bright Sky Press.*

*Ward, R., & Troutman, S. (2012). If you want to motivate the learning of mathematics, then use the visual arts as a lens to learning. In D. Lapp & B. Moss (Eds.), Exemplary instruction in the middle grades: Teaching that supports engagement and rigorous learning.(pp. 35-52). New York, NY: The Guilford Press.*

*Williams, M. (2012, February 22). Rice University School Math Project celebrates 25 years with weekend events. Rice News.*

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*2011*

*Kamau, N., McCoy, A., Papakonstantinou, A., & Parr, R. (2011, January). Teachers' professionalism, students' achievement, and systemic change. Paper presented at the 2011 National Science Foundation Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Learning Network Conference. Washington, DC.*

*McCoy, A. (2011). Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute: Summative evaluation report. RUSMP DN 11-01.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2011. June 24). Galveston students explore science, Mathematics outside the classroom. The Rice News. *

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2011, June 25). Island students explore space, science at Rice. The Galveston County Daily News, 169(76), p.2.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2011, June 28). Galveston students explore Rice University. Village News, 26 (5), p. 2.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2011, Fall). Mathematics, science, tornadoes and hurricanes. Rice at Large, 16, 3.*

*Parr, R. (2011, August 15). Isle teachers get to explore math at Rice. The Galveston County Daily News, 169(127), p. 2.*

*Parr, R. (2011, August 16). Galveston teachers explore mathematics at Rice University. Village News, 26 (12), pp. 1, 20.*

*Parr, R. (2011, Winter). RUSMP answers the call. Rice at Large, 14, 6.*

*Rodriguez, J. (2011, August 2). Project GRAD high school students study mathematics at Rice. Village News, 26(10), p. 1.*

*Rodriguez, J., & Kamau, N. (2011). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Mathematics Institute funded by Shell Oil Company: 2011 report. RUSMP DN 11-02.*

*Troutman, S. (2011). Promoting the investigation of mathematics in the real world. The Charter Schools Resource Journal, 7, 1-9.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2011, Spring). Teaching mathematics with the iPod touch. Rice at Large, 15, 7.*

*Troutman, S., & White, C. (2011, April 26). iPod touch class for elementary mathematics teachers. Village News, 25(48), pp. 1, 8.*

*White, C. (2011, February 15). The Class of 2020 Takes a glimpse into college life. Village News, 25 (38), p. 20.*

*White, C. (2011, Spring). A glimpse of college life. Rice at Large, 15, 4.*

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*2010*

*Ballering, L. (2010, July 6). Project GRAD institutes giving students a glimpse of college life. News@HISD.*

*Evans, J. (2010, July 29). Galveston students visit Rice campus. The Rice News.*

*Howe, A. (2010, Fall). Program adds art to math. Fort Worth Business Press School Guide , p. 4.*

*Martinez, D., Desiderio, M., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2010). Teaching: A job or a profession? The perceptions of educators. The Educational Forum, 74(4), 289-296.*

*Matthews, K., & Hollingsworth, M. (2010, April 8). Making the case for civic engagement in schools. The Houston Chronicle, p. B9.*

*Medina, D. D. (2010, Fall). Seeing and teaching math. Rice at Large, 13, 1, 7.*

*Osborne, S. G. (2010, September 13). HISD debuts live, interactive math television show September 14. News@HISD.*

*Osborne, S. G. (2010, September 15). HISD pupils can tune in to help from "Math-a-Letics " interactive TV. West University Examiner, 10 (37), p. 4B.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2010, July 6). Project GRAD students learn advanced mathematics at Rice University. Village News, 25(6), p. 10.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2010, July 27). Galveston students visit the Rice University campus. Village News, 25 (9), pp. 1, 16.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2010, July 30). Galveston students visit Rice University. Galveston County The Daily News, 168(116), p. 2.*

*Parr, R. (2010, Spring). Creating exemplary leaders in mathematics. Rice at Large, 12 , 4.*

*Parr, R., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2010, January). The Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute/Houston Independent School District Lesson Study Project. Paper presented at the 2010 National Science Foundation Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Learning Network Conference. Washington, DC.*

*Troutman, S. (2010, June 8). Rice University gets invaded. Village News, 25(2), p. 1, 8.*

*Troutman, S. (2010, Fall). Connecting classroom mathematics to the outside world. Rice at Large, 13 , 4.*

*Ward, R. (2010). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Mathematics Institute: 2010 report. RUSMP DN 10-02.*

*Ward, R. (2010). The Wheatley Preparing to Dream Program - A Collaboration Between The Rice University School Mathematics Project and Project GRAD: 2010 report. RUSMP DN 10-01.*

*White, C. (2010, Winter). A visit to Rice inspires students. Rice at Large, 11, p. 7.*

*Williams, M. (2010, September 16). ‘Math-A-Letics’ scores with grade schoolers: Rice-backed project goes live to help HISD kids with mathematics. The Rice News.*

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*2009*

*Bergin, K., & Hamos, J. (2009). Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Program: A research and development effort.*

*McCoy, A. (2009). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Elementary Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 09-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2009). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 09-04.*

*McCoy, A. (2009). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Intermediate Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 09-02.*

*McCoy, A. (2009). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 09-03.*

*McCoy, A. (2009). Year 5 Evaluation Report: Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. RUSMP DN: 09-05.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., Sack, J., & Parr, R. (2009). Development of Texas Master Mathematics Teachers through the Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. Paper presented at the 2009 National Science Foundation Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Learning Network Conference. Washington, DC.*

*Sack, J., & Kamau, N. (2009). The impact of the lead teacher professional learning community within the Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations, 11, 141-162.*

*Stark, J. (2009, June 25). Rice reaches out to Houston high schools: Project GRAD Summer Institutes at Rice prepare college hopefuls. The Rice News.*

*Ward, R. (2009). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Mathematics Institute: 2009 report. RUSMP DN: 09-06.*

*Ward, R. (2009). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Mathematics Institute - Wheatley component: 2009 report. RUSMP DN: 09-07.*

*White, C. (2009, Spring). Math: It's fun and exciting. Rice at Large, 9 , 4.*

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*2008*

*Almond, B. (2008, July 10). Kumari named Associate Provost for K-12 Initiatives. The Rice News.*

*Fordham, E. (2008, March 25). Lunar eclipse makes a shadow over West U. Village News, 22(41). pp. 1, 24.*

*Kamau, N., & Sack, J. (2008). The impact of the lead-teacher professional learning community. Paper presented at the 2008 National Science Foundation Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Learning Network Conference. Washington, DC.*

*McCoy, A. (2008). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Elementary Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 08-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2008). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 08-02.*

*McCoy, A. (2008). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 08-03.*

*McCoy, A. (2008). Year 4 evaluation report: Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. RUSMP DN: 08-04.*

*Papakonstantinou, A, (2008, March 26). The way I see it: Magical mathematical tour of the Rice campus. The Rice News.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2008, July 8). Math students tackle cold questions. Village News. 24(6), p.9.*

*Sack, J. J. (2008). Commonplace intersections within a high school mathematics leadership institute. Journal of Teacher Education, 59(2), 189-199.*

*Sack, J. J., & Vazquez, I. (2008). Three-dimensional visualization: Children’s non-conventional verbal representations. In O. Figueras, J.L. Cortina, S. Alatorre, T. Rojano, & A. Sepulveda (Eds.), Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of PME 32 and PME-NA XXX. Mexico: Cinvestav-UMSNH, 4, 217-224.*

*Ward, R. (2008). Integrating mathematics and the visual arts. The Charter Schools Resource Journal, 2 , 1-8.*

*Ward, R. (2008). The Rice University/Project GRAD Advanced Summer Mathematics Academy 2008 report. RUSMP DN: 08-05.*

*Ward, R. (2008, Spring). Girls can do math, too: Connecting math, literacy and the visual arts. Rice at Large, 6, 3.*

*Ward, R. (2008, April 22). Study of water and land prepares students for Earth Day. Village News, 22(48), pp. 1, 12.*

*Ward, R. (2008, July 29). Students explore mathematics using the lens of the visual arts at Rice University. Village News, 24(9), 5.*

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*2007*

*Burrus, C. (2007, Spring). Building bridges between Rice research and Houston's teaching communities. Rice at Large, 3, 7.*

*Feinberg, S. (2007, December 4). Boosting student achievement in math and science. The Greentree Gazette, p. 1.*

*Grant, C., & Parr, R. (2007). Evaluation report of the 2006-2007 Pershing/Rice University Math Partnership: PUMPing up Math Achievement. RUSMP DN: 07-04.*

*Grant, C., Parr. R., & Amos, B. (2007). School accountability report: Fine arts and focused impact schools-Pershing Middle School 2006- 2007. Houston: Houston A+ Challenge.*

*Hill, A., McCoy, A., Papakonstantinou, A., Parr, R., & Sack, J. (2007). Strengthening mathematics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge through collaborative investigations in combinatorics. In T. Lamberg & L. Wiest (Eds.), Proceedings of the 29th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 887-889). Stateline (Lake Tahoe), NV: University of Nevada.*

*McCoy, A. (2007). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Elementary Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 07-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2007). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 07-03.*

*McCoy, A. (2007). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 07-02.*

*McCoy, A. (2007). Year 3 Evaluation Report: Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. RUSMP DN: 07-04.*

*Muller, D., & Ward, R. (2007). Art and algebra? Middle school students discover algebra in Calder mobiles. Mathematics in School, 36(3), 15-21.*

*National Science Foundation (2007, July 18). Student results show benefits of Math and Science Partnerships.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2007, Summer). Math teachers hone their skills at Rice Summer Campus Program. Rice at Large, 4 , 2.*

*Parr, R. (2007, Fall). Mathematics Leadership Institute develops elite group of teachers. Rice at Large, 5, 6.*

*Pool, J. J. (2007, July 20). Benefits of university and K-12 partnership proven in national study: Student scores improve when their teachers attend Rice's Mathematics Leadership Institute and similar programs. The Rice News.*

*Science Daily (2007, July 18). Student results show benefits of math and science partnerships.*

*Ward, R. (2007). Literature-based activities integrating mathematics with other content areas, Grades K-2. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon/Longman.*

*Ward, R. (2007). Literature-based activities integrating mathematics with other content areas, Grades 3-5. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon/Longman.*

*Ward, R. (2007). Literature-based activities integrating mathematics with other content areas, Grades 6-8. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon/Longman.*

*Ward, R. (2007). Providing authentic technology experiences for K-8 preservice teachers in elementary mathematics classrooms. The Charter Schools Resource Journal, 3, 10-20.*

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*2006*

*Anhalt, C., Ward, R., & Vinson, K. (2006). Teacher candidates’ growth in designing mathematical tasks as exhibited in their lesson planning. Teacher Educator, 41(3), 172-186.*

*Arnold, M. (2006, Winter). Where can I go to be a real teacher? Rice Sallyport, 62(2), 28-29.*

*Dorsey, D. (2006, September 7). Adding up the results: Math project marks 20 successful years. Rice News 16(5), pp. 1-2.*

*Grant, C., Parr, R., Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2006). Evaluation Report of the 2005-2006 Pershing/Rice University Math Partnership: PUMPing up Math Achievement. RUSMP DN: 06-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2006). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Elementary Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 06-02.*

*McCoy, A. (2006). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 06-04.*

*McCoy, A. (2006). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 06-03.*

*McCoy, A. (2006). Year 2 evaluation report: Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. RUSMP DN: 06-05.*

*Ofiesh, N., Rohas, C., & Ward, R. (2006). Applying principles of universal design to the assessment of student learning. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 19(2), 173-181.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2006, Summer). RUSMP celebrates 20 years of service. Rice at Large, 1(1), 7.*

*Parr, R., & Sack, J. (2006, Fall). Mathematics teachers expand their knowledge. Rice at Large, 1(2), 6.*

*Tran, M. (2006, October 19). U.S. math students feel good despite their lagging scores. The Houston Chronicle 106(6) , p.A3.*

*Ward, R. (2006). Engaging students with special needs with graphing software. Leading and Learning with Technology, 33(6), 31.*

*Ward, R. (2006). Modeling effective pedagogical strategies for teaching mathematics. The Charter Schools Resource Journal, 2,1-9.*

*Ward, R. (2006). One if by land; three if by sea?. Mathematics Teaching, 194, 20-21.*

*Ward, R. (2006). Paul Revere’s mathematical ride: Integrating geography, mathematics, and children’s literature. Arizona Reading Journal, XXXII(1), 24-26.*

*Ward, R. (2006). Tessellations to the rescue. Leading and Learning with Technology, 33(7), 30.*

*Ward, R., & Muller, D. (2006). Algebra and art. Mathematics Teaching, 198, 22-26.*

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*2005*

*Almond, B. J. (2005, January 9). Rice university receives grant to improve math instruction. Houston Business Journal.*

*Almond, B. J. (2005, January 15). High school, university team up to improve math instruction. Ascribe: The Public Interest Newswire.*

*Almond, B. J. (2005, May 26). Dept. of Ed's Sclafani to speak. Rice News, 14(35), p. 7.*

*Grant, C., Parr, R., Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2005). Evaluation report of the 2004-2005 Pershing/Rice University Math Partnership: PUMPing up Math Achievement. RUSMP DN: 05-02.*

*Johnson, L. (2005, June 6). Local schools participate in math and science initiative. Houston Public Media.*

*McCoy, A. (2005). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Geometry Module evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 05-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2005). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for the Algebra Module evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 05-06.*

*McCoy, A. (2005). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for the Geometry Module evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 05-07.*

*McCoy, A. (2005). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for the Middle School Mathematics Module, Part I evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 05-04.*

*McCoy, A. (2005). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for the Middle School Mathematics Module, Part II evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 05-05.*

*McCoy, A. (2005). Year 2 evaluation report: Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute. RUSMP DN: 05-08.*

*Naimi, B., Raley, A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2005). Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) awareness, education, action: Closing the achievement gap. RUSMP DN: 05-03.*

*Ptomey, S. (2005, March 1). Rice Mathematics Leadership Institute comes to Aldine ISD. Aldine Independent School District News.*

*Sack, J. (2005, February). The Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institutes Comes to HISD. Houston Independent School District. FYI For Your Information, p.4.*

*Sheridan, P. (2005, January 15). High schools and a university team up to improve math instruction. Research @ Rice.*

*Ward, R. (2005). Impact of mentoring on teacher efficacy. Academic Exchange Quarterly 9(4), 148-154.*

*Ward, R. (2005). Numeracy and literacy: Teaching K-8 mathematics using children’s literature. Colorado Springs, CO: PEAK.*

*Ward, R. (2005). Using children’s literature to inspire K-8 preservice teachers’ future mathematics pedagogy. The Reading Teacher, 59(2), 132-143.*

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*2004*

*Almond, B. J. (2004, December 16). New math institute seeks to help teachers engage students. Rice News, 14(17), pp. 1-2.*

*Almond, B. J. (2004, December 24). Grant to Rice to fund Math Leadership Institute. Northwest News.*

*Almond, B. J. (2005, December 24). Grant to Rice to fund Math Leadership Institute. River Oaks Examiner.*

*Almond, B.J. (2004, December 29). Teachers to attend summer school. Houston Chronicle, 104(77), p. B2.*

*Anhalt, C., Ward, R., & Vinson, K. (2004). The mathematics curriculum: Prosecution, defense, verdict. In K.D. Vinson & E.W. Ross (Eds.), Defending the public schools: Volume 3: Curriculum continuity and change in the 21st century (pp. 47-60). Westport, CT: Praeger Perspectives.*

*Ervin, E. (2004, December 24). Grant to Rice to fund Math Leadership Institute. Memorial Examiner.*

*Lescalleet, C. (2004, December 23). Grant to Rice to fund Math Leadership Institute. Bellaire/River Oaks/West University Examiner.*

*McCoy, A. (2004). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Elementary School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 04-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2004). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 04-03.*

*McCoy, A. (2004). Rice University School Mathematics Project's Teacher Quality Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 04-02.*

*National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics.(2004). NSF announces third-year Math and Science Partnership grants and eases institutional cost-sharing requirements . NCSM Newsletter, 35(2), 28.*

*Parr, R., Papakonstantinou, A., Schweingruber, H.A., & Cruz, P. (2004). Professional development to support the NCTM Standards: Lessons from the Rice University School Mathematics Project's Summer Campus Program. National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership, 7(1), 3-12.*

*Saavedra, A. (2004, October 15). National Science Foundation grant: The Rice University Mathematics Leadership Institute (MLI). Houston Independent School District Information Item.*

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*2003*

*Cannon, R., Parr, R., & Webb, A. (2003). Advanced mathematics educational support: Support, recommendations, and resources for facilitating collaboration, between higher education mathematics faculty and Texas public high schools. Austin, TX: The University of Texas, Charles A. Dana Center.*

*Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2003). The Alief/Rice University School Mathematics Project Cooperative Program 2003 report to the Shell Oil Company Foundation. RUSMP DN: 03-04.*

*Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2003). Houston Independent School District's Ninth Grade Success Initiative - the mathematics classroom as an effective learning community: Rice University School Mathematics Project report 2003. RUSMP DN: 03-03.*

*Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2003). The Rice University School Mathematics Project 2003 report to the AIM Foundation. RUSMP DN: 03-02.*

*Cruz, P., Turner, S., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2003). Building confidence in the classroom: The role of the master teacher. RUSMP DN: 03-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2003). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Elementary School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 03-05.*

*McCoy, A. (2003). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 03-07.*

*McCoy, A. (2003). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 03-06.*

*Parr, R., Papakonstantinou, A., Turner, S., & Bush, S. (2003). The Rice University/Project GRAD Summer Advanced Summer Mathematics Academy 2003 report. RUSMP DN: 03-08.*

*Schweingruber, H., Papakonstantinou, A., Parr, R., & Cruz, P. (2003). Professional development to support the NCTM Standards: Lessons from the Rice University School Mathematics Project's Summer Campus Program. RUSMP DN: 03-09.*

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*2002*

*Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2002). The Alief/Rice University School Mathematics Project Cooperative Program 2002 report to the Shell Oil Company Foundation. RUSMP DN: 02-03.*

*Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2002). Houston Independent School District's Ninth Grade Success Initiative - the mathematics classroom as an effective learning community: Rice University School Mathematics Project Report 2002. RUSMP DN: 02-02.*

*Cruz, P., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2002). The Rice University School Mathematics Project 2002 report to the AIM Foundation. RUSMP DN: 02-01.*

*Cruz, P., Parr, R., Papakonstantinou, A., & Bush, S. (2002). The Rice University/Project GRAD Summer Advanced Summer Mathematics Academy 2002 report. RUSMP DN: 02-04.*

*Killion, J. (2002). Algebra Initiative. In What works in the high school: Results-based staff development (pp. 80-83). Oxford, OH: National Staff Development Council.*

*Killion, J. (2002). Rice University School Mathematics Project Summer Campus Program. In What works in the elementary school: Results-based staff development (pp. 120-123). Oxford, OH: National Staff Development Council.*

*Killion, J. (2002). The Rice University School Mathematics Project Summer Campus Program. In What works in the high school: Results-based staff development (pp. 84-90). Oxford, OH: National Staff Development Council.*

*McCoy, A. (2002). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Elementary School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 02-05.*

*McCoy, A. (2002). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 02-07.*

*McCoy, A. (2002). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 02-06.*

*Schweingruber, H., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2002). The Rice University School Math Project - HISD North District - Toyota USA Project summative report (1999-2002). RUSMP DN: 02-08.*

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*2001*

*McCoy, A. (2001). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Elementary School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 01-01.*

*McCoy, A. (2001). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 01-03.*

*McCoy, A. (2001). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 01-02.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2001). The Rice University School Mathematics Project's Summer Campus Program evaluation report to the AIM Foundation. Summer 2001. RUSMP DN: 01-04.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2001). The Rice University School Mathematics Project's Summer Campus Program evaluation report to the Shell Foundation. Summer 2001. RUSMP DN: 01-05.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2001, November). University/ School district collaboration for change. Paper presented at the Houston Independent School District and Annenberg Challenge Conference for the University of Toledo. Houston, TX.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2001, December). Building professional learning communities. Paper presented at the National Science Foundation Southwest Regional Conference, San Antonio, Texas.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (2001, December). Measuring the impact of a professional development program. Paper presented at the National Science Foundation Southwest Regional Conference, San Antonio, Texas.*

*Parr, R., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2001). The Rice University School Mathematics Project's Summer Campus Program. Newark, DE: Delaware Professional Development Center.*

*Parr, R., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2001). The Rice University School Mathematics Project's Urban Programs. Newark, DE: Delaware Professional Development Center.*

*Parr, R., Papakonstantinou, A., & Bush, S. (2001). The Rice University/Project GRAD Summer Advanced Summer Mathematics Academy 2001 report. RUSMP DN: 01-06.*

*Schweingruber, H. (2001, April). The impact of transition to high school on motivation in mathematics among urban minority high school students. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., Armstrong, R., & Ater, M. (2001). Rice-North District-Toyota USA Project formative evaluation report. Summer 2001. RUSMP DN: 01-07.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2001). The Alief/Rice University School Mathematics Project Cooperative Program 2001 report to the Shell Oil Company Foundation. RUSMP DN: 01-09.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., & Rasmussen, S. (2001). Rice University School Mathematics Project and Education for the Energy Industry Summer Program evaluation report. Summer 2001. RUSMP DN: 01-02.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2001). The Alief/Rice University School Mathematics Project Cooperative Program 2001 report to the Shell Oil Company Foundation. RUSMP DN: 01-09.*

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*2000*

*Eaves, E. (2000). Progress report and next steps: North District - Houston Independent School District. In F. Curcio (Ed.), Proceedings of Diversity, Equity, and Standards: An Urban Agenda in Mathematics Education (pp. 97-98). New York University, New York, NY.*

*Schweingruber, H., & Nease, A. (2000, April). Teachers' reasons for participating in professional development programs: Do they impact program outcomes? Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., Couette, A., & King, E. (2000). Rice-North District-Toyota USA Project formative evaluation report. Summer 2000. RUSMP DN: 00-01.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., Posada, A., & Walker, W. (2000). Rice University School Mathematics Project and Education for the Energy Industry summer program evaluation report. Summer 2000. RUSMP DN: 00-02.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2000). The Alief/Rice University School Mathematics Project Cooperative Program 2000 report to the Shell Oil Company Foundation. RUSMP DN: 00-03.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., & Papakonstantinou, A. (2000). The Alief/Rice University School Mathematics Project Cooperative Program 2000 report to the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory. RUSMP DN: 00-04.*

*Willis, C. (2000). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Elementary School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 00-05.*

*Willis, C. (2000). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 00-06.*

*Willis, C. (2000). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 00-07.*

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*1999*

*Dial, M. (1999). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Elementary School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 99-01.*

*Dial, M. (1999). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 99-02.*

*Killion, J. (1999). The Rice University School Mathematics Project. In What works in the middle: Results-based staff development (pp. 94-97). Oxford, OH: National Staff Development Council.*

*Nease, A. (1999). Do motives matter: An examination of reasons for attending training and their influence on training effectiveness (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Rice University, Houston, TX.*

*Schweingruber, H. (1999). Sharpstown Middle School Urban Program Evaluation report. Summer 1999. RUSMP DN: 99-08.*

*Schweingruber, H., & Papakonstantinou, A. (1999). The Alief/Rice University School Mathematics Project Cooperative Program 1999 report to the Shell Oil Company Foundation. RUSMP DN: 99-09.*

*Schweingruber, H., Papakonstantinou, A., Herbert, E., & Wells, R. O. (1999). Professional development to support the NCTM Standards: Lessons from the Rice University School Mathematics Project. RUSMP 99-03.*

*Schweingruber, H. A. (1999). The Rice University School Mathematics Project. The Mathematics Teacher, 92 (7), 644.*

*Schweingruber, H. A. (1999). Rice-North District-Toyota USA Project formative evaluation report. Summer 1999. RUSMP DN: 99-05.*

*Schweingruber, H. A. (1999). Rice University School Mathematics Project and Education for the Energy Industry Summer Program evaluation report. Summer 1999. RUSMP DN: 99-06.*

*Schweingruber, H. A. (1999). Revere Middle School Urban Program Evaluation report. Summer 1999. RUSMP DN: 99-07.*

*Schweingruber, H. A., Papakonstantinou, A., Herbert, E., & Rohr, M. (1999). Houston Independent School District High School Algebra Initiative: Year two interim report. RUSMP DN: 99-04.*

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*1998*

*Dial, M. (1998). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle and High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 98-02.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., & Casey, J. (1998, March). Professional growth opportunities for grades 7-12 mathematics teachers: An urban perspective. In Proceedings from the Moving On Mathematically in Ohio Conference, Ohio University: Athens, OH.*

*Schweingruber, H., Papakonstantinou, A., Herbert, B., & Rohr, M. (1998). University/School District collaboration for change: Houston's Algebra Initiative. RUSMP DN: 98-01.*

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*1997*

*Dial, M. (1997). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle and High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 97-01.*

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*1996*

*Dial, M. (1996). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for K-12 Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 96-01.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., Berger, S., Wells, R. O., & Austin, J. D. (1996, November/December). The Marshall Plan: Rice University Mathematics Affiliates Program. Schools in the Middle: Theory into Practice, 39-46.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., Hemphill, S., & Quast, C. (1996). The Rice University School Mathematics Project's Houston Urban Program at Christa McAuliffe Middle School in Fort Bend ISD. RUSMP DN: 96-03.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., Stanley, M., & Wells, R. O. (1996). Rice University Urban Mathematics Program: The Revere Middle School STAR Program. RUSMP DN: 96-02*

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*1995*

*Austin, J. D., Dial, M., Papakonstantinou, A., & Wells, R. O. (1995). Student effects of a teacher enhancement project. RUSMP DN: 95-01.*

*Casey, J., Lanius, C., & Papakonstantinou, A. (1995). CRPC GirlTECH. RUSMP DN: 95-02.*

*Papakonstantinou, A. (1995). The Rice University School Mathematics Project. Centerpiece: The Newsletter of the Rice University Center of Education, 2(2), 1.*

*Papakonstantinou, A., Tharp, B., & Miller, L. (1995). Effects of an integrated mathematics/science program on changing teachers' beliefs about their teaching. RUSMP DN: 95-03.*

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*1994*

*Brown, S., & Dial, M. (1994). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Houston Area Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 94-02.*

*Dial, M. (1994). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle and High School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 94-01.*

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*1993*

*Brown, S., & Dial, M. (1993). Evaluation of the Rice University School Mathematics Project, Final report. RUSMP DN: 93-01.*

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*1992*

*Austin, J. D. (1992). Implementing the standards: Teacher in-service and elementary student achievement. RUSMP DN: 92-01.*

*Dial, M. (1992). Improving student achievement via teacher enhancement. RUSMP DN: 92-02.*

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*1991*

*Austin, J. D., & Wells, R. O. (1991). Supplemental evaluation report for RUSMP. RUSMP DN: 91-01.*

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*1990*

*Austin, J. D., Herbert, E., & Wells, R. O. (1990). Master teachers as teacher role models. Mathematicians and Education Reform, 1, 189-196.*

*Brown, S. (1990). Rice University School Mathematics Project Eisenhower Program for Middle School Teachers evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 90-02.*

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*1989*

*Austin, J. D. (1989). Technology and transactions in mathematics education. In T.J. Cooney (Ed.), American perspectives in the Sixth International Congress on Mathematical Education (pp. 25-26). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.*

*Wells, R.O. (1989). A critique of ICME-6. In T. J. Cooney (Ed.), American perspectives in the Sixth International Congress on Mathematical Education (p.56). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.*

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*1987*

*Capper, J. (1987). Rice University School Mathematics Project evaluation report. RUSMP DN: 87-01.*

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