Prime Numbers and Where To Find Them

Quest has an assortment of clubs and one of them is all about math. Now this may not seem like the most interesting thing to some of you, especially if you are picturing a bunch of people sitting in a … Continued

Glen van Brummelen, Quest’s math tutor, receives the Haimo Award

Quest’s Mathematics tutor Glen van Brummelen has been awarded the Haimo award. This award is the most prestigious teaching award for mathematics in North America (so this is big, and awesome! Go Glen!).  The official name of the award is … Continued

MAA Teaching Award and the 100 Year Anniversary Conference

A short while ago, Glen Van Brummelen, one of Quest’s founding faculty members, was alerted that he had been awarded one of the highest honors a mathematics professor can receive: the Mathematical Association of America’s Pacific Northwest Teaching Award, putting … Continued

Confessions of a Physics Student

I get asked a lot what it’s like being a physics student at a liberal arts school. Up until recently, I haven’t really had a good answer to that since nearly all of my first year was spent studying things … Continued

3-D Printing: A Calculus Manifestion

Calculus 2 was the last class I expected to have a field trip for. I wasn’t surprised with our daily field studies in Squamish’s surroundings during Biodiversity of British Columbia, but calc 2 seemed like something that would only take … Continued

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