Robert is an associate professor of mathematics at Grand Valley State University in Michigan.
Robert teaches calculus and programming. He's the author of "Flipped Learning: A Guide for higher Education Faculty" (Stylus, 2016), and was awarded the Pew Teaching with Technology Award in 2015.
Debra is a consultant at the UCLA Center for Education Innovation and Learning in the Sciences, of which she was a founding member.
She uses multiple technologies to encourage active learning in her Life Science Core classes, including the iClicker.
Janine is an associate professor of criminal justice at CSU San Bernardino, where she teaches and researches in the areas of capital punishment, drug use, and racial discrimination.
Janine is co-editor of "Why Students Resist Learning" (Stylus, 2016).
Uri is University Distinguished Teaching Professor, professor of mathematics, and professor of public affairs at The University of Texas at Austin.
Uri earned a B.S. in Mathematics from UCLA, after studying horticulture and mathematics in Los Angeles-area community colleges. He earned an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, where he studied both mathematics and education.
In all his work, Uri is an advocate for equity and excellence in education for all students. In 1992, he was named a MacArthur Foundation Fellow for his work in transforming mathematics education for underrepresented minority students.