The Student Learning Center's Math Skills Workshops provide students with the opportunity to review fundamental math concepts outside of their classroom.
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The workshops are an excellent way for students to clarify confusing topics, practice useful math skills, and get their questions answered! They are led by Mike Dentino, Director of the Student Learning Center and Adjunct Professor in the Math Department.
Faculty members may contact Mike Dentino (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up a "Just-In-Time" math skills workshop, where their students will have the opportunity to learn fundamental math concepts that are requisite to a topic that will be covered in class. For example, we offer workshop on logarithms that students can participate in prior to learning about pH in their chemistry class. We also offer workshops on the basic functionality of Microsoft Excel.
|Skills for Stats I||Thursday, August 31||2-3:30 p.m.||Room B8-L, Cooper Hall|
|Skills for Stats I||Friday, September 1||11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.||Room B8-L, Cooper Hall|
|Skills for Stats I||Wednesday, September 6||4-5;30 p.m.||Room B8-L, Cooper Hall|
Remember to check back periodically as more workshops will be scheduled as the semester progresses.
-Skills for Stats I
All students are welcome!