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### Submissions from 2024

Geometric Identification of Discrete Painlevé Equations, Logan Moore

### Dissertations from 2022

Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching In Co-teachers at the Post-secondary Level: A Cognitive and Enacted Approach, Lida Marie LaVelle Bentz

Applications of Algebraic Coding Theory to Cryptography, Kylie Schnoor

### Dissertations from 2021

Online Instructors’ Gestures For Euclidean Transformations, Andrea Christine Alt

Reevaluating Colorado's Groundwater Policy Framework, Collin Slutzky

### Dissertations from 2020

The Mathematics Made Possible to Learn During Instruction on Exponential Functions, Alees Teel Lee

An Activity Theory Approach to Examining the Implications of Developmental Mathematics Reform at an Urban Community College, Jennifer Ruth Zakotnik-Gutierrez

### Dissertations from 2019

Standards-Based Grading Practices in Middle School Mathematics Classrooms: A Multicase Study, Michelle Ann Morgan

The Impact of Social and Cultural Factors on Minority Students’ Participation in an International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, Elizabeth Scott-Janda

### Dissertations from 2018

The Relationship Between Calibration, Mindset, Mathematics Anxiety and Achievement in Pre-Service Elementary Teachers, Brian Arthur Christopher

Undergraduates’ Collective Argumentation Regarding Integration of Complex Functions Within Three Worlds of Mathematics, Brent Allen Hancock

The Sociocultural Mediation of Metacognition During Problem Solving in Undergraduate Mathematics Classroom Communities of Practice, Emilie R. Hancock

Weak Colorings of Computable Hypergraphs, Conner Hatton

### Dissertations from 2017

Students' Social Adaptation to Mathematics Tasks, Jeffrey J. King

### Dissertations from 2016

Preservice Elementary Teachers' Understandings of Topics in Number Theory, Kristin Michelle Noblet

### Dissertations from 2015

A Study of Novice Instructors’ Questioning Techniques and Classroom Discourse Surrounding Those Questions, Kitty Lane Roach

Mathematicians' Evolving Personal Arguments: Ideas That Move Proof Constructions Forward, Melissa Louise Troudt

Students’ Development of Geometric Reasoning About the Derivative of Complex-Valued Functions, Jonathan David Troup

### Dissertations from 2014

Effects of formative assessment on students' zone of proximal development in introductory calculus, Rebecca-Anne Dibbs

Mathematics Teachers' Models of Quantitative Reasoning, David Matthew Glassmeyer

Building bridges: connecting collegiate athletic and mathematics culture, Lee Forrest Roberson

### Dissertations from 2010

Mathematics self-efficacy and calibration of students in a secondary mathematics teacher preparation program, Joseph Champion

### Dissertations from 2009

Traditional and nontraditional preservice elementary teachers' perceptions about mathematics and mathematics teaching, Anna Marie Wheeler