# People and Places

### Michael Brown

• Email: brown192@msu.edu
• Office: C140 WH
• Class Info: Section 047-054 meeting M W at 8:00 - 8:50 in B119 WH
• Office Hours: MW 9:00-10:00am, F 12:30-1:30pm, C140 Wells Hall

### Ryan Maccombs

• Email: maccomb1@msu.edu
• Office: C131 WH
• Class Info: Section 009-016 meeting M W at 13:50 - 14:40 in C102 WIL
• Office Hours: By Appointment via https://maccomb1.youcanbook.me
• About: I care a tremendous amount about teaching and student learning. I have taught this course many times and made the videos that we will be utilized in this course. I blend a decent amount of technology into my classes (as you will see) and try my best to be engaging as possible even in the large lecture setting. Calculus is a difficult class so I expect you to give it your all. Make a routine and stick to it! In my free time, I enjoy Netflix, board games, nerdy board games, and the occasional game of ultimate frisbee. I have collected a decent number of useless skills such as knowing roughly 100 digits of $$\pi$$ and being able to solve a Rubik's cube in under a minute.

• Email: vmm@msu.edu
• Office: C133 WH
• Class Info: Section 001-008 meeting M W at 09:10 - 10:00 in B119 WH
• Office Hours: MW 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., F 9:00-10:00 a.m., and by appointment
• About: As a math instructor I view myself much like the coach of a sport team. If the team loses, both the coach and the players share disappointments, but if the team wins, they share great satisfaction for the achieved accomplishment. The exams are our matches. Preparing for a match is equivalent to preparing for the exams. To be well prepared, consistent practice is crucial. My training sessions consist of videos and in-class lessons - be aware, the two are complementary and not interchangeable. It takes concentration, motivation, passion, and constant commitment to always give your best. I always share my previous experiences as instructor, and I cherish them to help my students excel. You will understand what has been taught to you, and you may end up loving math as much as I do, if you don’t already!

### TAs and Recitations

ScnDayTimeLocationTA NameEmail
1F9:10-10AMA326 Wells HallNatalie Grace Suchoskisuchosk2@msu.edu
2F9:10-10AMA328 Wells HallWhitney Weini Zhouzhouwhit@msu.edu
3F9:10-10AMA108 Wells HallErick Arthur Verleyeverleyee@msu.edu
6F10:20-11:10AMA120 Wells HallWhitney Weini Zhouzhouwhit@msu.edu
7F10:20-11:10AM208 Olds HallMarco York Maciassevdemaciasse@msu.edu
8F10:20-11:10AM316 Ernst Bessey HallAlyssa Maria Salcicciolisalcicc8@msu.edu
9R12:40-1:30PM1234 Engineering BuildingMarco York Maciassevdemaciasse@msu.edu
10R12:40-1:30PMA216 Wells HallMyriam J Sarmentsarmentm@msu.edu
11R12:40-1:30PMA301 Wells HallJacob Isaiah Schmitterschmi614@msu.edu
12R12:40-1:30PMA318 Wells HallAlyssa Maria Salcicciolisalcicc8@msu.edu
13R1:50-2:40PMA322 Wells HallErick Arthur Verleyeverleyee@msu.edu
14R1:50-2:40PM105 Ernst Bessey HallNatalie Grace Suchoskisuchosk2@msu.edu
15R1:50-2:40PMA201 Wells HallMyriam J Sarmentsarmentm@msu.edu
16R1:50-2:40PMA134 Wells HallJacob Isaiah Schmitterschmi614@msu.edu
47F8-8:50AMA108 Wells HallJoseph Michael Melbymelbyjos@msu.edu
48F8-8:50AMA124 Wells HallChristopher Matthew Growgrowchri@msu.edu
49F8-8:50AMA128 Wells HallBrandon Bavierbavierbr@msu.edu
50F8-8:50AMA224 Wells HallMichael Shultzshultzwa@msu.edu
51F9:10-10AMA126 Wells HallJoseph Michael Melbymelbyjos@msu.edu
52F9:10-10AM226 Erickson HallChristopher Matthew Growgrowchri@msu.edu
54F9:10-10AM175 Communication Arts BldgMichael Shultzshultzwa@msu.edu