Eric Hsu / Professor of Mathematics Director, Center for Science and Math Education San Francisco State University / Trailer P-2 1600 Holloway Avenue / San Francisco, CA 94132 erichsu@sfsu.edu / 510-224-4604 |

- For official advising, read Advising for Math Teaching Concentration and then schedule a meeting with me below.
- For info on how to become a teacher in California, also go to Advising for Math Teaching Concentration. If you have a BA already, pay special attention to the end.
- For coursework evaluation for the math single-subject waiver program, read instructions at Coursework Evaluation -- only CSU undergraduates are eligible for this.
- Reference letters require a bit of paperwork at Letters of Recommendation.

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- Math 475.01 Spring 2015
- My Classes. Includes all past classes.

- 2015-2017. PI. "Silicon Valley Engineering Technical Pathways", CA Career Pathways Trust with Evergreen Community College District. ($110,000 / 2y)
- 2015-2016. Co-PI. "Mathematics Capstone Course Resources: Preparing Secondary School Mathematics Teachers". NSF IUSE/EHR. ($250,000 / 1.5 y)
- 2015. "SF Math Circle at June Jordan School", Tensor-SUMMA grant ($6,000)
- 2014-2019. Senior Personnel, SF BUILD, NIH BUILD grant ($17M / 5y).
- 2014-2015. co-PI, Western Regional Noyce Initiative, subcontract, NSF DUE. ($51,040 / 1y)
- 2014-2016. PI, "ITEAMS", California Math Science Partnership with San Rafael City Schools, Dixie School District, Ross Valley Unified and Marin County Office of Education. ($1.5M / 3y)
- 2013-2015 PI, "Hybrid Precalculus", CSU-CCC Hybrid Model Math Consortium, ($125,000 / 2y)
- 2015 PI, "Golden Gate STEM Alliance", Bayer Foundation ($13,500)
- 2011-2016 Co-PI on "San Francisco State Noyce Scholarship Program", NSF Noyce. ($1,200,000 / 5y)
- Past grants are listed on my Curriculum Vitae.

- My Curriculum Vitae. Lists:
- all past grant funded projects, with links to more information
- publications, many with PDF links
- presentations, some with linked talk notes
- list of supervised theses and expository papers
- service activities

- Basic Information for Propective Supplemental Instruction Instructors
- Remedial Algebra GTA Resource Site (official syllabuses, teaching notes, activities and tests, Frequently Asked Questions)
- Hypertext UC Berkeley PDP TA Handbook (Treisman Workshops)
- Official Guidelines for Fourth-Hour GTA Responsibilities

- The Better File Cabinet (math ed papers and calculus problems)
- Treisman Intensive Workshop Resources (Worksheets and TA Handbook)
- Calculus I With Group Work, Fall 2008

- Math Education Job Search Resources
- Getting a Math Education Job in a Mathematics Department

- Math Major Percentages By Institution
- List of U.S. Doctoral Programs in Math Education (with RUME programs marked)

- California Subject Matter Requirements Changes for Common Core (DOCX, updated Nov 5, 2013)

- Auto-Acronym. Automatic generation of acronyms from source text.
- Better File Cabinet, open-source wiki-database software. This page runs on BFC.
- LaTeX Tidy, open-source Perl hack to clean up LaTeX files
- TextMate, a great Mac OS X text editor with special features for special text (e.g. programming languages). I wrote the initial Perl and LaTeX bundles, along with various other utilities.
- Reading Old Microsoft Word 5 Files in Mac OS X. I'm so proud to have figured it out, I had to record the details.
- Unwritten Rules, an attempt to collate all those unwritten rules of various sports and activities.

Every now and then someone asks what my Erdos number is, and more rarely, what my Bacon number is. Go to Wikipedia if you need definitions. You can decide for yourself if my numbers are well-defined, as I use math education papers to calculate Erdos number and TV to calculate Bacon number. (Calculations done May 2010.)

**My Erdos Number is 4: **I coauthored with Diane Resek. / Diane Resek coauthored with Léon Henkin MR0366659 (51 #2906) / Léon Henkin coauthored with Alfred Tarski MR0124250 (23 #A1564) / Alfred Tarski coauthored with Paul Erdös1 MR0008249 (4,269b).

**My Bacon Number is 3**: When I was in the 7th grade, I was a regular member of a large kid panel on a TV show called *Livewire* hosted by Fred Newman. Fred Newman (I) was in *Men in Black* (1997) with Steve Rankin. Steve Rankin was in *Trapped* (2002) with Kevin Bacon.

Thus **my Erdos-Bacon Number is 7**.