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The Kaput Center is an interdisciplinary research space where fundamental problems in STEM education are studied, discussed and analyzed through conferences, interdisciplinary colloquium series, basic research and development, commissioned reports, educational outreach, and think-tank meetings.

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The Center is an interdisciplinary research unit where fundamental problems in STEM education will be studied, discussed and analyzed through conferences, interdisciplinary colloquium series, basic research and development, commissioned reports, and think-tank meetings.

2019 Graduates

The Kaput Center is delighted to congratulate Rebecca ZuWallack Norton and Gili Nagar on finishing…

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2018-2019 Colloquium Series: Nicole Joseph

I DO (NOT) Belong: Experiences of Black Women and Girls in¬†Mathematics Education Nicole Joseph, Ph.D.,¬†Assistant…

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Projects

The Kaput Center serves as a metaphorical and physical space within which researchers build innovative research programs. This link will allow you to see the projects in which Kaput Center faculty and students are currently engaged as well as our past efforts.

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Publications

The researchers in the Kaput Center engage in a variety of dissemination activities. The most high-profile of our dissemination efforts is publishing papers. To see the extensive output of Kaput Center researchers since our creation, visit this link.

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Outreach & Education

In addition to serving as a metaphorical and physical space for researchers to build their research programs, the Kaput Center engages in a variety of outreach and educational experiences. Those hosted by the Kaput Center are featured here.

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People

The Kaput Center is composed of an Executive Board, an international and interdisciplinary Advisory Board, and faculty and graduate student researchers at UMass Dartmouth.

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People

The Kaput Center is composed of an Executive Board, an international and interdisciplinary Advisory Board, and faculty and graduate student researchers at UMass Dartmouth.

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