A two-week course for CAS Faculty and Staff to experiment with a commitment to work on scholarship or creative work for 30 minutes a day.  Set goals, reflect on the process, and provide support to others.

Students will apply mathematics, statistics, and, algebra to quantitatively analyze, model, and, solve problems in authentic contexts with a focus, on effectively reporting the results and, conclusions. Topics include units, dimensional, analysis, estimation, percent change, proportional, reasoning, linear and exponential modeling,, systems of equations, charts and graphs,, descriptive statistics, logarithmic scale, linear, regression, correlation, and what-if analysis., Emphasis on using computational tools.

This site provides useful readings for Science and Math TAs and tutors, and hosts a discussion forum for those individuals to share their ideas and ask questions.