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Quantitative Reasoning Fellows

Who we are: The Q Fellows are peer facilitators who offer support in courses that require students to use quantitative reasoning, mathematical processing, and symbolic logic to be successful. They are generalists, trained to work with students on the mathematical reasoning necessary to understand the content in a variety of disciplines.

Fernando Banales Mejia '17, Major: Chemistry; Minor: Spanish & Hispanic Studies
August Bruno '17, Majors: Math & Economics
Theresa Harvey '18, Major: Biochemistry; Minor: Health Professions
Jeff Rizza ’16, MAT ‘17, Majors: Physics & Environmental Studies
Matt Sanders '17, Majors: Chemistry & Geoscience

What we do: The Q Fellows hold drop-in hours and offer support to students around a wide range of mathematical concepts, from Algebra refreshers to learning Calculus II concepts. Students come from many departments including Environmental Studies, Economics, Physics, and Psychology, for a variety of reasons; reviewing basic mathematical concepts, deciphering statistic methods, applications of Calculus and many others.

Where and When:
All Q Fellow hours are held in the Library’s Learning Studio 3 (First floor of the library, past the IT Help Desk).

Sunday: 5:00-8:30 p.m.
Monday: 5:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Thursday: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

 

Resources

Algebra

Basic Mathematical Concepts

Derivatives

Economics

Important Mathematic Relationships

Important Tools and Concepts

Logic Reasoning-Statements

Metric System

Statistics

Useful Conversions

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Contact Us

Center for Teaching and Learning
Rosensweig Learning Commons, Library
Phone: (315) 781-3351
Fax: (315) 781-3862
Email: ctl@hws.edu


Upcoming Events

Senior Symposium
Friday, April 14, 2017


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Fall 2016 Q Fellows Schedule

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