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Bryce Linkvis, M.A.

Instructor of Mathematics

Professor Bryce Linkvis serves not only as an instructor but also a tutor and advisor for students at William Penn University. Since he started at the university five years ago, he has specialized in mathematics and education and believes the diversity of the college brings unique points of view to the classroom. Always striving to meet students at their math level, Professor Linkvis supports changing curriculum to meet real-world educational needs. “We have readdressed the need for courses based on student skills and other prerequisites,” he said. “It has evolved into a course better suited for these students and their major choices. As a Math Department, we shared our new ideas and thoughts and together, implemented real change that can make a difference for our students.”

Professor Linkvis has also been working to integrate math courses with reading and writing components to cover a broad range of learning opportunities. Outside of teaching, Professor Linkvis is currently considering working towards his doctorate at Drake University.

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  • B.A., Economics, University of Iowa
  • M.A., Mathematics and Education, Northern Arizona University
  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Member
  • Iowa Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Member
  • American Mathematical Society, Member
  • National Association of Developmental Education, Member
  • Math for Leaders
  • Technical Mathematics
  • Statistical Methods
  • Numeric Reasoning I
  • Numeric Reasoning II
  • College Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Intermediate Algebra
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