Luke Tunstall

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Michigan State's Program in Mathematics Education. In the broadest sense, my scholarly work centers on quantitative literacy (QL), which typically connotes an ability and disposition to use quantitative skills in daily life. My dissertation explores the relationships between QL proxies and student practices.


Curriculum Vitae: Link (December 2018)

Current Projects

  • Working with a team at MSU to develop and assess a set of QL courses for undergraduates.
  • Co-editing a volume on QL for the Mathematical Association of America.
  • Co-organizing the 2018 National Numeracy Conference, to be held Oct 12-14, 2018 at Michigan State University.

Recent Articles

  • McCune, D, & Tunstall, S. L. (2018). Calculated democracy—Explorations in gerrymandering. Teaching Statistics, 41(1), 1-7.
  • Tunstall, S. L. (2018). Investigating college students' reasoning with messages of risk and causation. Journal of Statistics Education, 26(2), 76-86.
  • Tunstall, S. L. (2018). College algebra: Past, present, and future. PRIMUS, 28(7), 627-640.
  • Tunstall, S. L., Matz, B., & Craig, J. (2018). Quantitative literacy courses as a space for fusing literacies. Journal of General Education, 65(3-4), 178-194.
  • Tunstall, S. L., & Ferkany, M. (2017). Mathematics education and flourishing. For the Learning of Mathematics, 37(1).