1 College Circle Geneseo, NY 14454
Erin Harris has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2007.
I am a SUNY Geneseo alumni with a degree in Mathematics with Secondary Education Certification, followed by a Masters in Mathematics Education. I taught high school and middle school until my children were born, at which time I began part-time work teaching night classes at Monroe Community College. I joined the math department at SUNY Geneseo in January 2007 where my duties include: work with the pre-service math teacher candidates, supervise student teachers during their semester-long field experience, teach Math 140 &141 (Math Concepts for Elementary Ed), Math 213,221,222 (Calculus I & II), Math 237 (Discrete Math), and Math 160 (Elements of Chance).
Fall 2015 Classes
MATH 160: R/Elements of Chance
This course will help students learn how to think about statistics and probability, how to identify the tools needed to study a particular problem and how to read and critically evaluate quantitative
information presented in the media. The course format involves extensive reading and discussion of newspaper and journal articles, computer activities, writing assignments, and student projects. (Those who have completed MATH 242, 260, or 360 may not enroll in this class for credit. Those majoring in mathematics may only receive free elective credit for the course.) Prerequisites: Three years of high school mathematics including intermediate algebra. Offered every fall
This course covers the basic tools of mathematics and computer science - logic, proof techniques, set theory, functions, inductive processes, counting techniques - with applications to such areas as f
ormal languages, circuit theory and graph theory. NOTE: This course is not available for credit to students with credit for MATH 239. Prerequisites: Four years of high school mathematics. Offered every fall