## Math Center

Students taking courses in all levels of math -- from basic to advanced/specialized – can get the extra math help they need in the Math Center. Instructors provide academic support to help clarify and reinforce mathematical concepts, and offer supplemental resources beyond the classroom.

### Math Center Hours

#### Fall/Spring Semester

##### Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

8:30am – 7:30pm

##### Friday

8:30am – 12:00pm

#### Summer Semester

##### Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

9:00am - 12:00pm

3:30pm - 6:30pm

##### Thursday

9:00am - 12:00pm

### Instructors

Phone: 262.691.5143

### Education

- BS, Math Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- MS, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

### Certifications

- Teacher of Mathematics
- Teacher of Goal-Oriented Adult Learning(GOAL)/Basic Skills

### Teaching Philosophy

*"I love math and I love working with students. Learning math requires a patient teacher and a lot of effort. If you are willing to put in the effort, I am willing to explain the concepts to you. Your success is my goal!"*

Phone: 262.691.5143

### Education

- BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
- MS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Marquette University
- Teaching Certificate, Mathematics, Marquette University

### Certifications

- Teacher of Mathematics
- Teacher of Goal-Oriented Adult Learning(GOAL)/Basic Skills

### Teaching Philosophy

*"I believe all students can learn math if they understand how the concepts fit together. I learned math by breaking problems into logical steps that I can think my way through. My goal is to teach students methods to think their way to the solutions."*

Phone: 262.691.5404

### Education

- BA, Mathematics, Cardinal Stritch University
- MA, Education, Cardinal Stritch University
- MS, Mathematics, Marquette University

### Certifications

- Teacher, Grades 7-12 Mathematics
- Instructor of Mathematics, Technical College

### Teaching Philosophy

*"I teach math because I enjoy it! I want my students to become aware of just how much mathematics plays a part in their everyday lives. I attempt to remove the ‘fear’ of math by stressing that math, even though it can be tedious and challenging at times, is a fun skill to acquire. I want my students to believe that if they continue to learn math, their lives will become better."*