A team of University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa researchers will attempt to forecast COVID-19 in Hawaiʻi through modeling based on current data. Led by Department of Mathematics Professor and principal investigator Monique Chyba, the one-year project, which kicked off on July 1, received a $199,000 award from the National Science Foundation. More at UH News.
- General: Math 100.
- Elementary Education: Math 111-112
- Business, Economics, Social Sciences track: Math 203
- Life Sciences Track: Math 215-216
- STEM Track: Math 241-244
- Honors/Accelerated Track: Math 251A-253A
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- Arrows indicate prerequisites. Prerequisites must be satisfied with a grade of C or as indicated.
- Students may place into Math 140, 203, 215, 241, 251A by taking the Assessment Exam, see: placement or based on a sufficiently high Calculus AP or Math SAT or ACT score. For details see http://math.hawaii.edu/home/pdf/Exceptions.pdf
- An interview with the associate chair is required to enter the honors sequence.
Many of us remember Tina Wang who completed her bachelor’s degree in mathematics from our department in 2014. Since then she has opened many restaurants across the state and country, under the business name Tanaka Ramen. Pictured we see a 3-D rendering of one of her new restaurants to open soon, in Ala Moana shopping center / Pearlridge mall.