Spring 2021

Section 4621 of MATH15
Elementary Statistics -- : Jan 20 - May 19 2021
The above section of Elementary Statistics is linked to a Continued Support Course, Math 215, section #4672, MW 3-4pm. You will be automatically enrolled in both sections. Note that if you drop one section, you will automatically be dropped from the other. The above section requires a graphing calculator, TI-84 recommended, and paid access to online course materials. Canvas is not used. Lecture/class activities will occur during scheduled class times and attendance is REQUIRED. Classes/lectures are recorded and posted for only enrolled students to view.

Section 4672 of MATH215
Elementary Statistics Concurrent Support -- : Jan 20 - May 19 2021
The above section is linked to Math 15, Elementary Statistics, section #4621, MW 1-3pm. You will automatically be enrolled in both sections. Note that if you drop one section, you will automatically be dropped from the other. The above section requires a graphing calculator, TI-84 recommended, and paid access to online course materials. Canvas is not used. Lecture/class activities will occur during scheduled class times and attendance is REQUIRED. Classes/lectures are recorded and posted for only enrolled students to view.

AB Mathematics, UC Berkeley (1983)

MS Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Systems,
Humboldt State University (1989)

Professional Areas of Interest

Population Models in general, but especially those for the population of Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis)

Mathematics of the Native Peoples of the Americas, especially the Maya

Dan Munton will not be teaching classes for the Spring 2020 semester.  For information about those classes, please contact:

Math 1A (2 sections):  Dave Ohlsen, dohlsen@santarosa.edu

Math 156: Kat Valenzuela, kvalenzuela@santarosa.edu