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Rebecca Goldin

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Rebecca Goldin

Director of Research
Statistical Assessment Service, George Mason University


Rebecca Goldin is director of research for Statistical Assessment Service (STATS), a nonprofit media watchdog group affiliated with George Mason University, where she is an associate professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Professor Goldin is a member of the science policy committee of the American Mathematical Society and the advisory board of Math for America: DC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving math education. She is the recipient of several awards from the National Science Foundation to support her research in mathematics and education. In 2007, she received the Ruth I. Michler Memorial Prize fromthe Association of Women in Mathematics, and in 2008, she received an Emerging Scholar Award from George Mason. Professor Goldin earned her doctorate in mathematics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Mathematics and her bachelor's degree, cum laude from Harvard University.

Science and Technology I, Room 207
George Mason University
Fairfax  Virginia  22030
United States
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