1 Artifact of Type "Quantitative & Computational Inquiry"

…prepares students to develop a way of thinking about the world that is mathematical in nature. This mode of inquiry covers a broad array of subject areas that involve mathematical objects ranging from numbers to more abstract objects, such as functions. In more abstract fields, students extend their quantitative and computational abilities in theoretical frameworks. In more applied areas, students learn to model problem solutions using mathematical and/or computing notations, analyze quantitative information, conduct computational analyses to answer meaningful questions, make judgments based on quantitative data and communicate the results of that work for various purposes and audiences. In some cases, this mode of inquiry may be realized within an empirical context.

Science is for Not For Nerds

This was a musical we wrote in SCI 987 to present an alternative modality to represent science.