|Name: John R. Haddock||Department:MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES|
|Program Officer under the Intergovernmental Personal Act (IPA - Rotator)||Division of Undergraduate Education||National Science Foundation||August 12, 2013 - Current|
|Interim Chair and Professor||Mathematical Sciences||University of Memphis (U of M)||August 2012 - August 2013|
|Co-Founder||Center for Research & Innovation in STEM Teaching And Learning (CRISTAL)||U of M||2010|
|Co-Director||CRISTAL||U of M||2010-2012|
|Dunavant Professor of Mathematics||Mathematical Sciences||U of M||2009 - present|
|Professor||Mathematical Sciences||U of M||1980 - present|
|Program Officer under the Intergovernmental Personal Act (IPA - Rotator)||Division of Undergraduate Education||National Science Foundation||August 16, 2004 - August 15, 2006|
|Interim Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs||Academic Affairs||U of M||April, 2000 - August 15, 2004|
|Chair and Professor||Mathematical Sciences||U of M||1999-2000|
|Founding Interim Executive Director||Center for International Programs & Services||Academic Affairs - U of M||1997-1998|
|Director for Research & Graduate Studies - Associate Dean||College of Arts & Sciences||U of M||1989 - 1997|
|Interim Dean||College of Arts & Sciences||U of M||Spring 93-94 - Fall 94-95|
|Thomas W. Briggs Foundation Teaching Award||University of Memphis||2011|
|Named Dunavant Professor of Mathematics||University of Memphis - College of Arts & Sciences||2009|
|Member: National Selection Committee (Mathematics) for the President's Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST)||National Science Foundation||Various|
|Member: Committee on Professional Development||Mathematical Associateion of America||2009-2012|
|Meritorious Faculty Award||College of Arts & Sciences||1992|
|CURRENT DEGREE||NAME||YEAR OF GRADUATION|
|Co-Producer - Documentary Film: "Black Diamonds, Blues City: Stories of the Memphis Red Sox" (1 hour)||1992 - 1996||University of Memphis||Tennessee Humanities Council; Scheidt Family Foundation|
|Guest Curator: Exhibit - Memphis Museum System: "Black Diamonds: The Story of Negro Leagues Baseball" (50th Anniversiry of Integration of Major League Baseball by Jackie Robinson)||February - April, 1997||Memphis Pink Palace Museum||Various|
Qualitative properties of solutions of integral equations (with T.A. Burton), Nonlinear Analysis Series A: Theory, Methods & Applications, 71(2009), 5712-5723.
MemphiSTEP: A STEM Talent Expansion Program at the University of Memphis (with R. Best, D. Franceschetti, R. Hairston, S. Ivey, D. Russomanno), Journal of STEM Education, Journal of STEM Education, 11 Issues 1&2 (2010), 25-37.
Parallel Theories of Integral Equations, (with T. Burton), Nonlinear Studies, 117, No. 3, 2010, 177-197.
Math Bridge Bootcamp: A Strategy for Facilitating Undergraduate Success in STEM Courses (with R. Best, D. Russomanno, S. Ivey, D. Franceschetti, A. Bargagliotti, & R. Hairston). In Proceedings of the International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering. Las Vegas, NV: CSREA (2011).
A Report on the Effectiveness of Blended Instruction in General Education Courses, (with A. Bargagliotti-Lead, F. Botelho, J. Gleason, and A. Windsor), Proceedings of Research on Undergraduate Mathematics Education (RUME) - 2012.
The Effectiveness of Blended Instruction in Core Postsecondary Mathematics Courses, (with A. Bargagliotti-Lead, F. Botelho, J. Gleason, and A. Windsor), The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, 19 No. 3 (2012), 83-94.
|Co-PI: MemphiSTEP: A STEM Talent Expansion Program at the University of||National Science Foundation: NSF/EHR/DUE 0756738||$2,000,000||June 1, 2007 - May 31, 2014|
|Co-PI: Teacher Education: Learning the Practice of Statistics||National Science Foundation: NSF/EHR/DRL 1119016||$396,415||November, 2011 - December, 2013|
|Co-PI: Shareable Knowledge Objects (SKO) as Enhanced, Portable ITS Modules||Office of Naval Research - ONR||approx $1,500,00||January 7, 2013 - December 2014|
|U of M Lead/Director: Math-Science Partnership (MSP - State) U of M lead/director, Teacher Excellence: Ensuring Student Competitiveness (a State MSP – Math & Science Partnership grant), with Middle Tennessee State University - Lead, University of Tennessee Knoxville, and the Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education. The project included professional development for high school teachers (Math, Biology, Physics)||Tennessee Department of Education via the U.S. Department of Education||$600,000 (U of M portion).||2007–2010|