Spring 2018, Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 11am -- 11:50am; MSB 158
Instructor: Jing Li
This course involves individual and small-group projects concerned with the formulation and analysis of mathematical models in a variety of areas. It mostly follows a seminar format. Students are required to give oral presentations on the specified topics, and submit written reports.
This course satisfies the Experiential Learning Requirement, and is a Writing Intensive Course.
Office: 360 Mathematics and Computer Science Building
Phone: (330) 672-9111
Office hours: Mon/Wed/Thur: 12pm--1:40pm.
Reading materials will be assigned during the course.
Learning outcomes of this course can be found through the link
The official registration deadline for this course is January 21, 2018.
University policy requires all students to be officially
registered in each class they are attending. Students who are not
officially registered for a course by published deadlines should not be
attending classes and will not receive credit or a grade for the
course. Each student must confirm enrollment by checking his/her
class schedule (using Student Tools in FlashFast) prior to the deadline
indicated. Registration errors must be corrected prior to the
Students will be assigned topics/projects to present/discuss in class, and submit written reports after each topic.
The grade on this course will be determined by the performance of student in-class presentation/discussion and the
The last day to withdraw is March 25, 2018.
Other important Registrar dates can be found
STUDENT ACCESSIBILITY POLICY: University
policy 3342-3-01.3 requires that students with disabilities be provided
reasonable accommodations to ensure their equal access to course
content. If you have a documented disability and require
accommodations, please contact the instructor at the beginning of the
semester to make arrangements for necessary classroom
adjustments. Please note, you must first verify your eligibility
for these through Student Accessibility Services (contact 330-672-3391
or visit www.kent.edu/sas for
more information on registration procedures).
ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY AND PROCEDURES
REGARDING STUDENT CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM:
University policy 3342-3-01.8 deals with the problem of academic
dishonesty, cheating, and plagiarism. None of these will be tolerated in this
class. The sanctions provided in this policy will be used to deal with any
violations. For more information, refer to