College of Engineering
Technology
and
Architecture

 

Mathematics and Technical Communications
 

 College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture
University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, Connecticut 06117-1599
Office:  UT 302
Voice Mail: (860)768-4265
Fax: (860)768-5074
 
 
 


We offer years of industrial, professional, and academic experience so we can help you in several areas of your studies.  Please feel free to ask us for assistance in any subject area listed below and we do have knowledge of topics not listed so give us a try in those areas as well.

Faculty Name
Email

Office # Extension860-768-

Courses Taught

Areas of Expertise

Prof. McCleary
Program director

bmccleary@hartford.edu   

 

UT302I

4265

EN 111

EN 241

EN 481

ET 111

Writing Help Desk. 

Years of teaching ESL writing.  

Years of teaching expository composition and research methods to all majors

Technical Communications

Prof. Grant

lygrant@hartford.edu   

 

UT302J

5482

MTH 112

MTH 122

MTH 232

MTH 241

MTH 352

M, MTH

Programming  (JavaScript, Java, C++, C#, MathLab, MathCAD, Maple, Mathematica)

Statistics (SASS, SPSS)

Process controls

Prof. Segal  

nsegal@hartford.edu   

 

UT302A

4480

EN 111

EN 241

EN 481

ET 111

Writing Help Desk

Technical writing

Copyediting and proofreading

Résumés and cover letters

Coaching presentation skills

Prof. Townsend

ltownsend@hartford.edu   

 

UT 236

4763

MTH 112

MTH 122

MTH 232

MTH 241

MTH 352

ES 591 (optics)

M, MTH, PHY, Excel, TI-89,

Programming (VB, VBA, Fortran, OOP)

Statics

Dynamics

EM waves

Laser and Optical design/analysis/simulation

The Writing Help Desk

Contact Professors McCleary or Segal for an appointment.  They would be happy to help you with your presentation and writings skills.

Sentence structure and paragraph building

Punctuation and spelling

Subject-verb agreement and pronoun reference

Word choice

Introductions and conclusions

Logic in writing

Document formats, including lab reports

Proofreading

Grad school application letters of purpose

Writing research papers

ESL

Graphics in text

Writing under pressure

Résumés and cover letters

 


Technology Math Program 


 Last Updated 02/02/08