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Frank Wang, Ph.D.
Frank Wang is the former chairman of Saxon Publishers, Inc., a grades K-12 textbook publisher based in Norman, Oklahoma. Frank began work for the iconoclastic founder of the company John H. Saxon as a 16 year old high school student. As a high school senior in 1982, Frank was selected as one of 40 Westinghouse Science Talent Search finalists. He then attended Princeton University, majored in mathematics, studied under Prof. B. Dwork, and received a A.B. degree in 1986. In 1986, he was one of 18 students to receive an NSF graduate fellowship to study pure mathematics. He attended MIT, wrote a thesis in the area of algebraic number theory under advisor Prof. H. Stark, and received a Ph.D. in 1991. During his graduate studies, Frank co-authored a calculus text that was published in 1988. He then joined Saxon Publishers and became President and CEO in 1994, a position that he had held until 2001. He has served on the math advisory panel to President Clinton’s proposed national voluntary test and on the planning committee for the 2004 NAEP test. He is presently on the MIT math department visiting committee. Recently, Frank has been invited to be a visiting professor at the University of Oklahoma and will also a guest lecture as well as visiting professor at the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics.
Martin Haberman Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, is creator of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Teacher Education Program (MMTEP). He was one of the three founders of the SOE Urban Doctoral Program. He received the 1996 Teacher Educator of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Dr. Haberman is the author of seven books and more than 200 articles and chapters. He earned his doctorate in teacher education at Teachers College, Columbia University, and holds honorary doctorates from Rhode Island College and SYNY-Cortland. Dr. Haberman is the recipient of the AACTE Pomeroy Award and has served as a Hunt lecturer. The National Teacher Corps was based on his Milwaukee Intern Program. He has developed more programs preparing more teachers than anyone in American education. His interview for selecting Urban Teachers is used in 200 cities.
Miriam J. Masullo, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Computer Science, The City University of New York. M.S., Computer Science, The City University of New York. B.A., Architecture and English, the City College of New York. Dr. Masullo is the founder, chief scientist and principal manager of inViVo Vision. She has over 16 years of experience in the telecommunications industry and has spent the last 17 years at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center as a Staff Member, the most senior research position in the organization. While with IBM she was an executive-on-loan for two years at the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME). More detailed information on Dr. Masullo can be found at: America Tomorrow. on education issues.
Nathan M. Greenfield, Ph.D.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, educated at Bard College and McGill University, Dr. Nathan M. Greenfield is the Canadian correspondent for the Times Education Supplement. He has been published widely in Canada on education issues. He is presently writing a book for Harper/Collins entitled The Battle of the St. Lawrence: The Second World War in Canada, which tells the story of the U-boat assault against Canada between 1942 and 1944.
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