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Ramón Emilio Fernandez

Assistant Professor
Coordinator of Developmental Math

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Mathematics - PLV

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Biography


As an Assistant Professor of Mathematics, my primary roles are to teach undergraduate courses and to coordinate the 100 and 103 courses.

Education


PhD , Stony Brook University , Stony Brook, NY , 2016
Mathematics and Engineering Education, Management, and Policy

MA , Stony Brook University , Stony Brook, NY , 2012
Hispanic Languages and Literature

BA , Stony Brook University , Stony Brook, NY , 2009
Hispanic Languages and Literature

BS , Stony Brook University , Stony Brook, NY , 2009
Pure Mathematics

AS , Bronx Community College , Bronx, NY , 2006
Pure Mathematics

Associate of Applied Engineering Sciences, AAES , Industrial polytechnic Institute of Santiago: Instituto Politécnico Industrial de Santiago (IPISA) , Santiago, Dominican Republic , 2002
Industrial Electronic Engineering Technology

Publications


Fernández, R. E., Ferguson, D. L. & Magsi, K. (2016, June). Technological innovation and entrepreneurship: Education, social good and economic development. World Technopolis Review. Vol 5 (Issue 14) , pages 19-30. http://https://acoms.kisti.re.kr/epaperView.do?method=view

Ferguson, D. L. & Fernández, R. E. (2015, December). The Role of the University in the Innovation Ecosystem, and Implications for Science Cities and Science Parks: A Human Resource Development Approach. World Technopolis Review. Vol 4 (Issue 12) , pages 132-143. http://www.wtanet.org/ds_imgs/sub04/wtr12/WTR_Issue12_2_1.pdf

Fernández, R. E. (2015, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). An effective policy for high school to college transition: The case of Bronx County public high schools. (Issue 7th) , pages 349-357. http://https://library.iated.org/view/FERNANDEZ2015ANE

RESEARCH INTEREST


My research threefold: Primarily, I am carrying out a comprehensive quantitative analysis of the high school mathematics courses of New York City public schools. Second, in the broad area of STEM education, I concentrate on Mathematics and Engineering Education with emphasis on policy and pedagogical innovations. Lastly, I have research collaborations in the areas of “technology for social good”, and “the role of the university in the innovation ecosystem. I am also interested in the pedagogical preparedness of prospective and in-service teachers of mathematics, and STEM doctoral students.

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