Kelsey Quaisley, Ph.D.
Oregon State University
Kelsey Quaisley (she/they) is a postdoctoral scholar in the mathematics department at Oregon State University. Her research interests include understanding and elevating the experiences of instructors and students, as well as supporting newer mathematics instructors at the tertiary level and prospective instructors of mathematics at the primary and secondary levels. For her dissertation, she engaged in a narrative inquiry of the experiences of a newer instructor of mathematics content courses for prospective elementary teachers.
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