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OFA Recipient Agida G. ManizadeAgida Manizade

Professor of Mathematics and Statistics

Radford University

Agida Gabil Manizade

Agida Gabil Manizade is a professor in the department of mathematics and statistics in the Artis College of Science and Technology at Radford University, where she joined the faculty in 2009. Whether she delivers online graduate classes or in-person, undergraduate classes, Manizade engages students and helps them comprehend mathematics through hands-on activities, visual examples, use of technology and student immersion in original research.

Manizade’s major scholarly interests include research in mathematics teaching and teacher education, mathematics teachers’ knowledge, and use of technology in the mathematics classroom. As editor-in-chief of Virginia Mathematics Teacher Journal, she received the 2018 Outstanding Publication Award from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. She was recognized as the Distinguished Creative Scholar by the Radford University Foundation in 2017, received the Million Dollar Circle Award in 2014 and the Artis Outstanding Faculty Award for Scholarship and Service in 2013.

Manizade is widely published in national and international academic outlets. In addition, Manizade served as founding director and is currently co-director of the Secondary Mathematics Professional Development Center. She also served as a founder and board president for a non-profit corporation, Radford Child Development Inc., which develops and supports high-quality child-development programs.

Manizade received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mathematics from Baku State University, a second master’s degree from The College of William & Mary and a doctorate degree from the University of Virginia.

Manizade nomination packet

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