QuaSR Center Employment

 

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Our Philosophy

The mission of the Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center is to promote retention and equitable outcomes across gender, race, and background in science and mathematics.

We create a safe environment where students can develop and expand the analytic skills they need to be successful in their academic programs and in their lives.

How We Can Help

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Listen to your thoughts about including quantitative & symbolic reasoning in your curriculum.

Learn about you and the content of your course or program.

Discuss the importance of including relevant quantitative & symbolic reasoning in your curriculum.

Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center

Make sure to view our tutoring times by subject

In this video, the director of the QuaSR center talks about the tutoring available onsite, and how they’re is reaching out to programs.

Reference Sheets

The QuaSR has reference sheets available for a variety of subjects from chemistry to trigonometry. In these documents, the QuaSR staff has attempted to outline key processes, address frequently asked questions, and provide useful information at a glance.

The Emerging Scholars Program

Group Tutoring

Emerging Scholars workshops for the 2012-2013 Academic Year

Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning

Student Work

Do they create mappings to describe relationships?

Do they sort or organize information?

Do they collect, describe, and analyze data?

Do they look at how data or opinions have changed over time?

Do they make comparisons?

Evergreen Organic Farm earns “Salmon-Safe” certification

Evergreen State College Organic Farm is the first college farm to receive Salmon-Safe certification, an emerging Northwest eco-label to recognize agricultural practices that protect water quality, fish and wildlife habitat, and native biodiversity.

Evergreen President Dr. Les Purce Re-Elected to NAIA Council of Presidents

PORTLAND, Ore. – Dr. Thomas L. (Les) Purce, president of The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., has been re-elected as the Cascade Collegiate Conference’s representative to the NAIA’s Council of Presidents, the national office announced.

Dr. Purce, who is currently completing a three-year term which began in 2006, will begin his second three-year term Jan. 1, 2009.

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