Tag: calculus

Sharing a passion for mathematics

Posted by on January 22, 2019

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When St. James, Mo., native Tyler Glidden graduated from high school, he wanted to be a chemical engineer like his uncle. And he wanted to earn his degree from Missouri S&T because he knew S&T had a great reputation for engineering.

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Missouri S&T’s calculus courses get a redesign

Posted by on November 5, 2014

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This fall, the mathematics and statistics department at Missouri University of Science and Technology began implementing a multiyear, multistage redesign of its three engineering calculus courses to strengthen student understanding of the subject. Missouri S&T math faculty believe the redesign will increase student success in calculus and subsequent courses.

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Professor’s "unified theory" for calculus on a fast track

Posted by on January 22, 2003

A University of Missouri-Rolla mathematician’s research into a "unified theory" of continuous and discrete calculus is gaining the attention of mathematicians worldwide for numerous applications, including the study of insect populations.

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