Eric Hsu, Ph.D. (SFSU)
Professor of Mathematics, San Francisco State University
Eric Hsu has conducted a number of studies of college math teaching and learning, and led numerous STEM education projects, including: California Math Science Partnerships twice each with SF Unified and San Rafael City Schools; Revitalizing Algebra, an NSF Math Science Partnership to improve the teaching of algebra; and a large-scale national study of calculus teaching with the Mathematical Association of America. He received an NSF CAREER Award in 2003 for his work on college math teaching. He received a Bachelor’s in Mathematics at Harvard, a Ph.D. in Mathematics from U.C. Berkeley studying operator algebras, and was a postdoctoral scholar at U.T. Austin with Uri Treisman.