David M. McClendon Professor
Department of Mathematics
Ferris State University
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     Philosophy of Mathematics
     Finite Mathematics    
     115:  College Algebra
     116:  Algebra / Trig 1
     120:  Trigonometry
     122:  Business Analysis
     126:  Algebra / Trig 2
     130:  Pre-calculus
     216:  Applied Calculus
     220:  Calculus 1
     230:  Calculus 2
     251:  Statistics
     320:  Calculus 3
     322:  Linear Algebra
     324:  Fundamentals of Math
     330:  Differential Equations
     414:  Prob/Stat 1
     416:  Prob/Stat 2
     417:  Exam P Prep
     420:  Abstract Algebra
     430:  Real Analysis
     Game Theory
     Dynamical Systems
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 General information for students


 Current semester course information

         I
n Fall 2020, I am teaching:
           MATH 220 (Calculus 1), Sections 4 & 5 (lectures TR 1:30-2:45 PM in SCI 120)
                   (Section 4 lab is M 2:00-2:50 PM in ASC 1008; Section 5 lab is W 2:00-2:50 PM in ASC 1008)
           MATH 320 (Calculus 3), Section 1 (MTWR 8-8:50 AM in STR 212)
           MATH 414 (Probability/Statistics 1), Section 1(MTWR 4-4:50 PM in STR 324)

         My Fall 2020 office hours are MTWR 9-10 in STR 126, or by appointment (email me).
         My office is ASC 2046.


 Useful links for students

         MyFSU
         FSU Math and actuarial science club

         National site of Gamma Iota Sigma (risk management and actuarial science fraternity)
         FSU chapter of Gamma Iota Sigma 
        
         Academic Support Center (information about tutoring at FSU)
         TutorTrac (online scheduling of tutoring appointments at FSU)
        
Educational Counseling and Disability Services
         Khan Academy (online math videos)



 Recommendation letters

          If you want me to write a recommendation letter on your behalf, please email me:
              (1) a transcript (unofficial is fine)
              (2) a resume (or equivalent), and
              (3) information on where and by when the letter needs to be submitted.
          Please allow me two weeks to write the letter (preferably longer)


 Academic advising

        Useful information for my academic advisees can be found here.

        If you might be interested in a math degree program, feel free to contact me.
        You can chat with me during my office hours or
email me.


 Undergraduate research

          I am interested in working with undergraduate students in independent study courses and on research projects.
          For more information on my research interests and past student projects, click here.
          If you are interested in an independent study or undergraduate research project, email me or stop by my office.