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Fellows Program (Summer 2016)


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Gain Classroom Teaching Experience!

Sign up to be a Teaching Assistant as a Mathworks Fellow!

Gain valuable classroom experience while mentoring young students in mathematics.  Undergraduates of all majors, especially math and education, are encouraged to apply to be a Mathworks Fellow for the 2016 Junior Summer Math Camp (JSMC).

We anticipate needing Fellows for the JSMC in San Marcos and for the JSMC in Round Rock.


  • Attend an orientation on Sunday, June 5th, 2016
  • Commit for the entire two weeks of the JSMC (June 6 - 17, Mondays - Fridays)
  • Commit to working each day of the program
  • Commit to attending afternoon seminars that cover classroom pedagogy and mathematics
  • Have your own transportation to the JSMC site in San Marcos or Round Rock (Location TBD)
  • Submit weekly reflection and feedback forms
  • Be paid a stipend

Please check back in January 2016 regarding the summer 2016 program.

For more information: Andrew Hsiau | andrewh@txstate.edu | 512-245-3626

The Mathworks Fellows program is supported by:

  • San Marcos CISD
  • KDK-Harman Foundation
  • Sid W. Richardson Foundation
  • Meadows Foundation
  • Mathworks at Texas State University 

Testimonials From Fellows Alumni

What undergraduates are saying about the Mathworks Fellows program

  • "I've gotten the chance to work with kids before any of my student teaching. I feel like I'm going to be so much more prepared and ready for my career. I think it's going to make me a better teacher."
  • "It helped me utilize my classroom management knowledge."
  • "I've learned a lot about teaching strategies and becoming prepared to teach."
  • "I've learned strategies to teach math and how to do hands-on activities to show why this works."
  • "I really enjoyed seeing so many different ways to keep kids engaged and wanting to learn more about math."
  • "It helped me be more confident teaching math."
  • "It gave me a perspective on teaching that I hadn't had before. I also got a classroom experience."
  • "It changed my perception of doing mathematics. Also, my approach to work/problem guidance has changed. Now I use more probing questions and hands-on activities."
  • "As a future teacher, I learned patience and how to help students come to the answers on their own, even if it does take some time."
  • "It was just an eye-opening experience. I never saw math taught like this. I've always thought and saw that the good way to teach math was to 'spoon feed' the students and make them understand the process. I know now that there is a different way to teach math, and I really like that option."
  • "I've learned how to introduce some mathematical concepts in a unique way as to encourage students to think deeply and what their answers mean."

Summer 2014 Fellows

  1. Alexandria F.
  2. Cassandra K.
  3. Darylyn C.
  4. Devin A.
  5. Jacob M.
  6. Jessica G.
  7. Katty Z.
  8. Kelly B.
  9. Ryan P.
  10. Stephanie C.
  11. Zacherriah H.

 Spring 2013 Fellows (Name, Major)

Alex F.

Alex F.


Caitlin N.Caitlin N.


Jesse H.

Jesse H.


Jessica B

Jessica B.


Jessica G

Jessica G.

Jessica G

Jessica R Jessica R

Jessica R.


Jessica R

Joaquin J 

Joaquin J.


Meagan B

Meagan B.


 Megan R.

Sheryl R. 

Sheryl R.


Stephanie C

Stephanie C.


Zach C

Zach C.








Fall 2012 Fellows (Name, Major)

  1. Adele, Mathematics
  2. Aubrey, Mathematics
  3. Dana, Education 4th-8th grade math
  4. Demeraya, Applied Math and Theater Design
  5. Emma, Education
  6. Irma, Management
  7. Jesse, Math and Spanish
  8. Jessica, English
  9. Megan, Education 4th-8th grade math
  10. Nhu, Mathematics
  11. Pari, Mathematics
  12. Pierre, Education Curriculum & Instruction
  13. Rachel, Education secondary math