Larry Shrewsbury, Instructor
Department of Mathematics
1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, OR 97520
M.S. 1991 General Studies: Science/Math, Southern Oregon University
B.S. 1989 General Studies: Science/Math, Southern Oregon University
I usually only teach several sections of Math 243 (Elementary Statistics), but I have taught Math 244 (Applied Inferential Statistics), Math 111 and Math 112.
Making Statistics "accessible", even to students who feel they will never understand it.
Applying Statistical methods to solve interesting problems.
Mathematical Association of America
Family (My wife Laura, daughter Lia, and son Logan).
Organic gardening (Growing my own salads and vegetables is a great way to get fresh air and take a break from all the paper work).
Listening to music (Note that I said "listening", NOT "playing". I have NO musical talent -- don't let the long hair fool you).
Ever since I took a computer graphics programming class (back in the late '80s) I've been fascinated with the vast improvements in computer games. I do enjoy playing some of them, but I'm mostly ogling over the graphics.
Even though this may sound like work, I actually enjoy using my computers (both Windows and Macintosh) to create things (lecture notes with movies, screen shots, comics, interactive quizzes, etc.).