The Math and Science Learning Center is a community resource dedicated to enhancing the learning of math and science through curriculum development and best-practices training for college faculty as well as in-service and pre-service K-12 teachers. The center also provides student tutoring and tutor training.
The Learning Center is a unique destination in our region for those interested in the teaching and learning of science and math. The center seeks to support learning at all age levels, understanding that one of the largest sectors of job growth in the U.S. is projected to be in scientific, mathematical and technical fields.
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We will no longer loan graphing calculators. You may rent one for the semester with the Bursar's Office in University Hall.
In the News!
- Congratulations Drs. Howard, Gober, Shaw, and Ticknor and CSU for being awarded the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Project Grant. The National Science Foundation awarded this $1,196,790 grant to Columbus State University for support of this collaborative project. Click here for Scholarship information.
- Congratulations CSU! Recipient of the U-TEACH Grant click here for the press release. Click here for the UTeach Columbus web page.
- Dr. Zdeslav Hrepic, Assistant Professor of Physics at CSU and Dr. Kim Shaw, Associate Professor of Physics, recently completed a study on student use of tablet PCs/DyKnow to enhance classroom education. Learn more about their findings here!