David L Gross
Welcome to my Home page
Director of the Undergraduate Program
Department of Mathematics, Monteith 224
341 Mansfield Rd
Storrs, CT 06269-1009
BS. from the State University of New York at Binghamton, 1979
Ph.D. from the University of Virginia,
My Class Schedule
& Office Hours for Spring 2018:
Math 3230 (Abstrract Algebra)
Office Hours for Spring 2018:
Mondays 10:00-11:00, Tuesdays
2:00-3:00, Thursdays 2:30-3:30 and by appointment in MONT 224 via AdvApp
(advapp.uconn.edu → Choose Math → login with NetID → follow directions → David Gross)
Please get in touch with me if you have any
questions concerning UConn's undergraduate program, especially the Mathematics
Program. Some topics most frequently asked about are:
- Which courses are being or will be offered and by
- Transfer credit evaluation
- for students transferring to UConn from another
- current UConn students who want to take a course
elsewhere, please file a ''Prior Course Approval'' request with Transfer
Admissions through your PeopleSoft Student Administration account.
Pictorial directions are posted online here
- Advising on the appropriate math course to take
- Catalog restrictions and prerequisites
- If the course your interested in is full and you
want to overenroll
- go here for directions on waiting lists.
- Contact me if there are circumstances which
would normally restrict your ability to register for the class, e.g., holds on your Student Admin account, prerequisite issues, ...
- To find out when your registration start time is, i.e., when
you can first access to the system for registration, go here.
- Thinking about being a Math major or a dual
degree or double major involving a major in mathematics.
- Information about our major can be found at http://www.math.uconn.edu/Undergraduate.
- In particular, if you are a CLAS student, you
can declare your Math, Applied Math, Math-Stat, Math-Physics, Actuarial
Science or Actuarial Science-Finance major by seeing Ms. Rachel
D'Antonio, Undergraduate Program Assistant, MSB 106, 860-486-6451, email@example.com.
- Whether you are a CLAS student or not, you can
declare your major for one in the Math Department by going to the
college's Program Plan Change online form.
- Thinking about a Math minor
- Concerns or problems with your course or with
- The Calculus Readiness Survey
- The Calculus sequences:
- Math 1151Q,1152Q,2130Q
- Math 1131Q,1132Q,2110Q
- Technology (Calculator and/or Computer use) in
- Completing an incomplete or absent grade from
If you are a member of the MBSCC (Mathematics Basic Skills Committee
of Connecticut), the directory for the minutes and attachments that I have
archived can be viewed at http://www.math.uconn.edu/~dgross/MBSCC and
if you want links to just the minutes, please go to the more reader friendly http://www.math.uconn.edu/~dgross/MBSCC/minutes.
Math 1010 Basic Algebra
Math 1030Q Elementary Discrete Mathematics
Math 1060Q Pre-Calculus
Math 1070Q Mathematics for Business and Economics
Math 1071Q Calculus for Business and Economics
Math 1120Q Introductory Calculus 1
Math 1121Q Introductory Calculus 2
Math 1131Q Calculus I
Math 1132Q Calculus II
Math 1151Q Honors Calculus I
Math 1152Q Honors Calculus II
Math 2210Q Applied Linear Algebra
Math 2710 Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Math 3210 Abstract Linear Algebra
Math 3230 Abstract Algebra I
Algebraic groups; algebraic geometry; commutative algebra; pedagogy
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March 16, 2018