**Research in Progress**

__Early College IMPACT: Improving Mathematics Preparation, Assessment & Conceptual Thinking__- This project expands a mathematics laboratory model to improve student engagement and thinking in early college mathematics courses.

__Teaching Social Justice Mathematics__: This project reimagines the meaning of "social justice mathematics" as a

*practice of possibility*based on mathematics modeling and mathematical research methods. Faculty teams develop group-worthy tasks for undergraduates. Our 2019 faculty symposium website can be found here

__The Mathematics Teacher Project__: This project seeks to understand the professional networks, classroom practices, beliefs and attitudes of underrepresented teachers of mathematics in secondary, post-secondary, and non-traditional settings.

__Academic Communities in Elementary & Undergraduate Mathematics__: This project extends my graduate studies. I am learning social network analysis (SNA) and integrating elementary graph theory to examine ties between collegial networks in "small-sized" and "medium-sized" communities, such as classrooms & college campuses.

**Selected Publications**

Alexander, N. N. (2019). Daija's awakening: Critical race theory and afrofuturism in mathematics education. In J. Davis & C. C. Jett (Eds.), Critical Race Theory in Mathematics Education, pp. 56-74, New York: Routledge.

Alexander, N. N., Teymuroglu, Z., & Yerger, C. R. (2019). Critical conversations on social justice in undergraduate mathematics. PRIMUS: Problems, resources, and issues in undergraduate mathematics studies, 1-34.

Leong, K. E., Alexander, N. N. (2014). College students attitude and mathematics achievement using web-based homework. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 10(6), 609-615.

Alexander, N. N. (2013). Gender inequality: Mathematics. Sociology of Education: An A-to-Z Guide, SAGE Publications, Inc.

Alexander, N. N. (2012). Choosing a college: Mathematical modeling using preference matrices. In H. Gould, D. Murray, & A. Sanfratello (Eds.), Mathematical Modeling Handbook: Vol. 1, pp. 39-48. New York: COMAP.

**My Research Gate profile is located here**

**My Google Scholar profile is located**

**here**