My name is Reina Galvez, I am a math major and a computer science minor. This is my third year at Cal State Fullerton. I intend to graduate spring of 2012 with my Bachelors in Mathematics with a concentration in teaching. I plan to enter the credential program here at CSUF immediately following commencement, then begin my Masters degree in Education. In regards to school involvement, I am the president and NSM- ICC co-representative for the S.M.A.R.T. Girls Support Group, this year, and a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) branch of CSUF. Being a part of these groups have truly enriched my college experience!


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Hello! My name is Jenny Chang, and this is my second year here at Cal State Fullerton. I am majoring in Applied Mathematics and I hope to graduate in Spring of 2013. I plan to get a Masters degree in Applied Mathematics or Mathematics Education when I graduate. After that, I hope to start teaching Calculus at a community college. I am involved in the President's Scholars Student Association, Association of Chinese Students, and the ASI student government. I also lead Supplemental Instruction workshops for Calculus and hopefully in the future, for other historically difficult courses. I am proud to be a member of S.M.A.R.T. Girls and so blessed to be able to meet such great people through this group.



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My name is Jorly Chatouphonexay and this is my second year here at CSUF as an Undeclared Math major. I hope to graduated by Spring 2013 with a declared major in Math, but I will definitely keep teaching in one of my perspectives. For school involvement, I am S.M.A.R.T. Girls treasurer and NSM-ICC Co-representative for this year. In addition, I am also part of CSUF Circle K International, National Society of Collegiate Scholar's (NSCS), Student Leadership Institute (SLI), and Green Campus Program. What I love about SMART Girls, is the tremendous support that we provide! We are more than a club, we are a sisterhood.




My name is Tanya Delgadillo. I am a Math major and this is my third year here at CSUF from transferring in from Fullerton College. I hope to graduate soon with my Bachelors in Mathematics with the Teaching Concentration. Also, I plan to enter the credential program at CSUF, to become a high school Math teacher. I want to teach algebra but my main goal is to inspire at least one of my students. If I can get one student to love math or work hard to get a grade they never thought was possible, will be awesome. For school involvement, I am the secretary of the S.M.A.R.T. Girls Support Group and I have found this club to be tremendous in providing support for female math majors.



Dr. Kidd obtained her B.A. at Fontbonne College in St. Louis and her M.A., Ed.D. Teachers College at Columbia University.