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Benjamin Smith
QSR Director Smith Presents at National Conference

Benjamin Smith, director of the Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center (QSR),  presented a pre-conference workshop titled "Technological resources for the modern learning center: Online, offline, and on the go" at the annual meeting of the Association for the Tutoring Profession held March 23-26 in Nashville, Tenn.  More ...

Mary O'Neill
O'Neill Participates in Joint Math Meetings

Mary B. O'Neill, former director of the Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center at Hamilton, participated in the Joint Math Meetings of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America conference, in January in Baltimore.  More ...

Mary O'Neill
O'Neill Co-Hosts QSR Workshop

Mary O'Neill, former director of the Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center at Hamilton College, co-hosted a national workshop in July in Hartford, Conn.  More ...

Mary O'Neill
O’Neill Discusses QSR Center at JMM

Mary O’Neill, academic support coordinator and director of the Quantitative Literacy Center, presented a paper on Jan. 10 at the Joint Math Meetings of the Mathematical Association of America and the American Mathematical Society (JMM) in San Diego.  More ...

The Multicultural Peer Mentoring Project held a welcome reception.
Peer Mentors, Counselors Help Ease Transition to College Life

Transitioning to college can be tough for anyone, and international, first-generation, and historically underrepresented students may face additional challenges. Recognizing the possible need for extra support in taking this step into higher education, Hamilton created the Multicultural Peer Mentoring Project (MP²). Peer mentors offer these students more assistance based on their own experiences making the same transition.  More ...

Hamilton's Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center.
O'Neill Among Recipients of NSF Grant

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $49,652 grant to St. Lawrence University enabling St. Lawrence professor Michael Schuckers, Bates College’s Mathematics and Statistics Workshop director Grace Coulombe, and Mary O’Neill, director of the Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning (QSR) Center at Hamilton, to create and develop a workshop and handbook for mathematics and science academic support professionals at colleges and universities.  More ...

QSR Center director Mary O'Neill talks to students at the new offices.
QSR Center Has New Home in CJ

Hamilton’s Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning (QSR) Center held a grand opening in its new offices in the former Media Library on the third floor of C. A. Johnson, (CJ 303), on Sunday, Sept. 9.  More ...

Mary B. O'Neill
O’Neill Discusses QSR Center at Math Meetings

Mary B. O’Neill, director of the Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning (QSR) Center, was a member of a panel titled “Quantitative Support Centers: Common Themes” at the Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM) on Jan. 4 in Boston. The panel brought together directors of Quantitative Support Centers (QSCs) from a variety of institutions including St. Lawrence University, Bates College, Smith College and the University of Connecticut.  More ...

Workshop organizers Sally Cockburn, Tim Kelly and Mary O'Neill.
Faculty Participate in Quantitative Reasoning Workshop

Twenty-one Hamilton faculty members, representing 14 different departments ranging from chemistry to comparative literature, attended a workshop on Incorporating Quantitative Reasoning Across the Curriculum on June 6-7 at Hamilton.  More ...

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