Carrying on with calculus

Posted by on October 8, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is making teaching in-person on college campuses more complicated. But Missouri S&T instructors are stretching their imaginations to help students in classes such as calculus – a course that is fundamental to the degree programs of nearly 90% of S&T students.

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Two speak on helping struggling calculus students

Posted by on February 6, 2018

Barbara Wilkins, an instructional designer in educational technology, and Paul Runnion, associate teaching professor of mathematics and statistics, presented a paper at the Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Diego in January. The paper is titled “Digging Out of the Hole — One Solution for Struggling Calculus Students.” Read the abstract.

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Bohner publishes book on time scales calculus

Posted by on July 5, 2017

Dr. Martin Bohner, Curators’ Distinguished Professor of mathematics and statistics, is an author of a new textbook on calculus time scales for undergraduate and graduate students. Multivariable Dynamic Calculus on Time Scales, published by Springer International Publishing, is available as an eBook and a hardcover textbook. Bohner wrote the book with Dr. Svetlin Georgiev, assistant professor of mathematics and informatics at Sofia University in Bulgaria.

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