Title: Associate Professor of Mathematics
Company: Lawrence Technological University
Location: Southfield, Michigan, United States
Christopher Kern Cartwright, PhD, associate professor of mathematics at Lawrence Technological University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mathematics education.
Drawing on more than 25 years of experience, Dr. Cartwright is a proven expert in the field of mathematics education. Specializing in computational mathematics and STEM education systems, he currently serves as an associate professor of mathematics at Lawrence Technological University, where he began teaching in 2003. Prior to his current appointment, he excelled as a teaching assistant at The University of Iowa from the onset of his career in 1996 until 2002. Ever committed to his industry, Dr. Cartwright remains affiliated with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, the Mathematical Association of America and the Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
In his own prior academic pursuits, Dr. Cartwright pursued a collegiate education, originally earning a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and music at Kalamazoo College in 1996. He subsequently continued his studies at The University of Iowa, where he achieved a Master of Science in Mathematics in 1999 and a PhD in computational sciences and applied mathematics in 2003. To commemorate his accomplishments, he has been honored with a Project Next Fellowship with the Mathematical Association of America in 2003. Accounting for his achievements, Dr. Cartwright is particularly proud to have served as the director of the Robofest competition at his university since 2010, and he looks forward to further expanding the event in the coming years.
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