• Quantitative Reasoning Center

    Purpose

    The Hamline Quantitative Reasoning Center exists to support Hamline students and faculty in all aspects of quantitative literacy. This includes tutoring, workshops and supplemental instruction. If you are working on mathematics coursework, or on mathematical aspects of coursework in other disciplines, we are here to help you. In short, if you've got a problem, we'll help you to solve it.

    The Place

    The QRC is located in Drew Science 102, at the west end of the building across from the Mathematics department offices. The room, equipped with plentiful whiteboard space and two computers, is open weekdays from 7am until 9pm and Saturdays 9am until 5pm. The QRC is staffed with a tutor according to the tutor schedule. If there is no tutor available, Dr. Shaw is often in his office across the hall. If his door is open, he is there for you. Other members of the Mathematics Department, both faculty and advanced students, are frequent visitors to the QRC.

    The People

    Dr. Frank Shaw has taught mathematics and statistics at Hamline since 1996. He helped to launch the QRC in 2009. The QRC,  in conjunction with Hamline's Center for Academic Services, identifies and trains advanced students in mathematics and other majors as tutors and supplemental instructors.

    If you are interested in tutoring, please contact Frank Shaw or Lisa Nordeen:

    Frank Shaw: 651-523-2653 or fshaw@hamline.edu
    Lisa Nordeen: 651-523-2764 or lnordeen01@hamline.edu