Josephine Yu

College of Sciences

Dr. Josephine Yu is an associate professor in the School of Mathematics who seeks to always grow as an instructor to help her students learn complex mathematical concepts. A former Class of 1969 Teaching Fellow, Dr. Yu started a started a school-wide discussion group on topics around teaching and learning. The group reads and discusses articles and books by educators and math-education researchers, especially related to diversity and inclusion in the classroom, which is a passion of Dr. Yu’s: 

I strive to create inclusive collaborative environments in my classrooms where students feel safe to share ideas and explore mathematics. I use self-reflection and intentions to guide me, as every class and every student is different, and I am always learning and adjusting my practice. I am also interested in working with graduate students and postdocs when they are starting their teaching careers.
 

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