Office: Physics 212

Email: edna *dot* jones *at* math *dot* duke *dot* edu

**Facilitator**for the Duke Math Circles (Oct. 2022–present)**Co-organizer**for the Duke Math Circles (May 2023–present)

**Panelist**for the National Museum of Mathematics event "A Roundtable Discussion on Math Education in the U.S." (July 29, 2021)**Facilitator Trainer & Facilitator**for the Girls Math JAM Festival (June 2021)- Trained festival facilitators with Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival (JRMF) activities (namely, Staircases and Ladybugs)
- Facilitated the JRMF activity Staircases at the festival with rising 5th–9th grade girls

**Assistant Instructor**for the San Francisco Math Circle (SFMC) (Sept.–Dec. 2020)- Facilitate SFMC activities in 4 weekly classes on Zoom for 6th-8th grade students

**Mathematician & Facilitator**at Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival (JRMF) (June–Aug. 2020)- Assisted in the JRMF activity creation process by discussing the math & pedagogy behind activities and by editing the activity slides
- Facilitated JRMF activities in weekly webinars on Zoom
- Created some materials to help facilitators facilitate JRMF activities

**Leader**of a Rutgers Math Teachers' Circle titled "Nimbers (Numbers and the Game of Nim)" (Feb. 11, 2020)**Facilitator**for the JRMF festival at the Joint Mathematics Meetings (Jan. 18, 2020)**Volunteer Teacher's Helper**with Math 6 and Math 6A at Highland Park Middle School, Highland Park, New Jersey (Feb.–June 2019)- Facilitated small-group mathematical discussions among sixth grade students
- Helped teach a recently immigrated student with limited English skills essential math skills

**Co-organizer**of the "Mathematical Games and Puzzles from Around the World!" booth at Rutgers Day 2019 (Apr. 27, 2019)**Department of Mathematics Volunteer**for the "Women and Math" booth at Rutgers Day 2018 (Apr. 28, 2018)**Co-leader**of the workshop "Elements of Number Theory" for a program at Rutgers for the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (July 15, 2017)**Counselor**for the Ross Mathematics Program (June–July 2016)- Directly supervised four high school students
- Graded & gave feedback on students' mathematical problem sets