Articles tagged with "math"
COM Math Instruction Received Recognition
A College of the Mainland math program aimed at helping underprepared students which has seen great success received distinguished recognition at a recent statewide conference.
COM lights up for STEM conference for girls
From dissecting owl pellets and discovering what owls ate for dinner to watching a chemistry professor make a gummy bear explode, over 250 girls explored careers at the first I Heart STEM Conference for middle school girls at College of the Mainland.
Fast-track classes shortcut to success
Coming to College of the Mainland after several years out of college, Quincy Jones’ nemesis was not juggling two jobs and a full load of classes.
New algebra alternative at COM
Striving continually to make education mirror the real world, College of the Mainland is part of a statewide initiative to offer math options for students not majoring in a science, math or technology field.
Free workshop unlocks math for returning student
With years of experience in a plant, For Danny Magee, returning to school to become a process technician. One obstacle math.
Student first to finish 16-week math course in 5
While serving in the Navy, Marcus Sauceda, of Texas City, viewed first-hand the myriad of opportunities open to those with an education.
First student completes new self-paced math
Evoking more pencil erasures and frustrated groans than perhaps any other subject, math is made easier—or at least quicker—in a new option at College of the Mainland.
COM math professor wins second place in National SoftChalk Competition
Designated by SoftChalk software as a power user for uploading more lessons than any other user, Marilyn Larsen, associate professor of developmental math at College of the Mainland, won second place in the 2012 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge.