Dr. Mathew Felton-Koestler studied Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in mathematics education at The University of Wisconsin Madison. He typically teaches courses in mathematics education for future teachers. His primary research focus is on issues of equity, diversity, and social justice in mathematics teacher education. He also studies how to make meaningful connections between mathematics and real-world topics, especially students’ out-of-school lives and social and political issues.
In addition to his focus on Antarctica and the Southern Hemisphere, Dr. Fogt is available to discuss the broad impact of climate change on winter weather and how it might impact the United States.Read More
An atmospheric scientist specializing in the study of supercells and tornadoes, Dr. Jana Houser’s meteorological expertise provides her with the insight to discuss all types of winter weather, weather radar and severe weather.Read More