Math Jam is open for Fall 2022

The hours for Math Jam for this semester are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 5 – 7 pm.  The location is Exley 405.

Just as a reminder: Math Jam is additional resource (complementing professor office hours, class CA sessions, and the Math Workshop) for students studying mathematics at Wes. Math Jam works on a “study hall” model. Students are encouraged to come, on their own or in a group. There is plenty of space to study and tutors are standing by when questions arise.

An additional feature of Math Jam is that it is not limited to pure math questions alone. The tutors are able to assist with the “mathy” aspects of classes from other departments. The tutors present on Tuesday and Wednesday are well equipped to field intro-level questions in Economic, Physics, and Computer Science. The tutors on Thursday can also help with into Physics and Statistics, and have extensive experience tutoring for the QAC. All tutors are knowledgeable in the standard math calculus sequence (and much more).

The Math Workshop is Open for the Fall 2022 Semester

The Math Workshop is a drop-in tutoring service staffed by experienced undergraduates and math graduate students. Staff members provide a friendly, relaxed atmosphere while answering questions about mathematics. This is a good place to go when you get stuck on your math homework.

The hours and locations for the Math Workshop are below.

  • Mondays – Thursdays, 11:45am -1:15pm, in the basement of the Science Library in Room 88.
  • Sundays – Thursdays, 7 – 10pm, in Exley 189 (the fishbowl).

The Math&CS department organizes this service in addition to the regular office hours of individual instructors, and complementary to the other tutoring programs offered by the University. Please let your students know about this additional resource. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions related to the Math Workshop.

Wesleyan Women in Science Kickoff Meeting 9/15

Wesleyan Women in Science
Kickoff Meeting

Thursday, September 15
12pm, Exley 109

Wesleyan Women in Science will be hosting a kickoff meeting on Thursday, 9/15, at noon in Exley 109.  Please join us to meet other female and nonbinary students in the sciences and find out more about all the various WesWIS events and activities.  Pizza will be served.

Upcoming Wesleyan Women in Science Events

Join us this Friday December 3rd at 12:15pm for our Summer Opportunities Panel in the Gordon Career Center. Don’t miss out on the chance to hear your peers in STEM talk about their experiences doing a wide range of interesting things over the summer and learn how you can get involved.

Join us next Tuesday December 7th at 12pm for the next lunch in our student-faculty lunch series for a conversation with Psychology Professor Grace Sullivan!

Come to Math Jam!

Are you a first-generation student? Need to sharpen your skills in math?  Come to Math Jam for peer support!

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8-9:30pm, Vanguard Lounge, CAAS Building, 343 High Street

For more information contact Professor Ilesanmi Adeboye at iadeboye@wesleyan.edu.

Math Jam.  Tuesdays and Thursdays 8-9:30pm, Vanguard Lounge, CAAS Building, 343 High Street

M is for Math Jam!

What is Math Jam?

Math Jam is an additional resource for students taking introductory math classes that is intended to complement the Math Workshop, CA sessions, or a professor’s office hours.

Where can I find Math Jam?

Math Jam is located in the Vanguard Lounge of the Center for African American Studies Building (343 High Street). The sessions are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 8 – 9:30 pm.

Why Math Jam?

Community + Practice = Success!

At Math Jam, space is available for students to come on their own, or in a group, to work on homework sets, study for exams, and find new study partners. Experienced tutors are on-site, ready to answer questions and review concepts as they arise.

WesWIS Industry Careers in Science Panel

This Tuesday April 13, 2021 at 4pm, WesWIS is hosting an “Industry Careers in Science” Panel for undergraduates looking for an alternative to going to grad school right after Wes. All interested students are encouraged to attend!

Meeting ID: 934 1682 4562
Passcode: 047533