Innovator Award

The purpose of the NCCTM Innovator Award is to recognize and reward individuals and/or groups who have made an outstanding and noteworthy contribution to mathematics education and/or NCCTM.

Nomination Instructions and Form (PDF)

Questions? Contact Ana Floyd, Randolph County School System [afloyd@randolph.k12.nc.us].


2018 Recipients

Individual: Dr. Denise Johnson, Winston Salem State University

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Dr. Johnson was honored for her leadership of the GEMS (Girls Empowered Through Math and Science) Program.

Group: NC Collaborative for Mathematics Learning

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Holt Wilson (UNC-Greensboro), Allison McCullough (UNC-Charlotte), Katie Mawhinney (Appalachian State), Jared Webb (NC A&T State University), Katie Schwartz (East Carolina) and Michelle Stephan (UNC Charlotte) were honored for providing instructional resources to k-12 teachers through the Tools4NCTeachers website.

2017 Ellen Hilgoe
2016 Eric and Kimberly Marland
2015 The Burroughs-Wellcome Fund
2014 Drew Polly; NC Component of the American Mathematics Competition (AMC)
2013 Sid Rachlin; Editors of The Centroid
2012 Math Celebrations (Logo Contest)
2011 NC School of Science and Mathematics
2010 Vincent Snipes
2009 Archie Benton
2009 Charlotte Mathematics Club
2008 Bampia Bangura
2008 Professional Engineers of NC
2007 Susan Friel
2007 State Math Fair Committee
2006 Lothar Dohse
2006 State Mathematics Contest Committee
2005 Summer Ventures in Science and Mathematics
2005 Gail Stafford
2004 Jeane Joyner
2003 Becky McLawhorn
2002 Betty Long
2001 W. Earl Mitchell, Jr
2000 Tom Blackburn and Virginia Hawn
1999 Clifford Z. Adams
1998 Harold Williford
1997 Harold B. Reiter
1996 Jerry Taylor
1995 John Goebel
1994 Ralph Willis
 

A Message From Our President

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Julie Kolb
Meredith College

 

You have the power to change the future of Mathematics Teaching in North Carolina.

If you are wondering how you can manage to do this within your packed daily schedules, it may be easier than you think!

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