UM-Flint's Wyneken named MI-AMTE service award winner

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Matt Wyneken recently retired after close to 40 years of service to the university.

Matt Wyneken, associate professor emeritus of education at the University of Michigan-Flint, has been named the 2024 Rheta Rubenstein Service Award winner by the Michigan Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.

The award was created to honor members who have exhibited exemplary service to MI-AMTE, the state, the mathematics teacher education community, and the profession.

Winners must be active members of MI-AMTE and must have demonstrated statewide commitment and service to mathematics teacher education through one or more of the following areas:

  • Significant service and contributions to the mission and goals of MI-AMTE.
  • Active promotion and participation to promote quality mathematics teacher education in Michigan.
  • Key statewide leadership roles to develop and improve mathematics teacher education.
  • Active participation to support mathematics teachers at pre-service and/or in-service levels.
  • Active promotion and involvement in various partnerships that have advanced mathematics teacher education.

Wyneken will be honored at the Conversations Among Colleagues Conference, March 16, at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.

Robb King is the director of marketing and communications at UM-Flint. He can be reached at [email protected].