Student Success Events

Tuesday, November 13

  • Time: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Location: Marietta Campus, D208
  • Presenters: Bill Griffiths, Rebecca Shi, Jennifer Vandenbussche, Erik Westlund
  • Intended Audience: Current MATH 1190 Students
  • The Definite Integral, Area Under the Curve, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
    • The students will be formed into small groups. Each group will be given a set of 'integral dominoes', which have a definite integral on half of the domino, and a number or shaded graph of an area under the curve on the bottom half. In their groups, the students will form the dominoes into a chain, matching the definite integrals with a corresponding solution, either numerical or graphical. The activity will be preceded and followed with Plickr questions to judge the utility of the exercise. As these activities will likely take 30-40 minutes, we will have the groups complete a supplemental worksheet on area accumulation of a piecewise function, as time allows.

Friday, November 16

  • Time: 9:00 am to 10:00 am
  • Location: Kennesaw Campus, MS006
  • Presenters: Max Crocker, Erin Kingston, Kim Subacz
  • Intended Audience: KSU 1101 Faculty and Students
  • Understanding Global Warming: Ocean acidification - a primer on pH

Wednesday, November 28

  • Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
  • Location: Marietta Campus, H323
  • Presenters: Meredith Baker, Kallol Pradhan, Ben Rybolt, Janet Shaw, Jianming Wen
  • Intended Audience: General Chemistry and Physics II students
  • New element in periodic table: Oganesson
    • This presentation will discuss how new superheavy elements are discovered, and the challenges to make such superheavy elements.
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