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Clark Bennett

Clark Bennett
Instructor
Mathematics, College of Arts & Sciences
UD Dakota Hall 314
Phone: 605-677-5248
Bio:
I am originally from Anoka, MN. I received my BS in mathematics from USD in 2000. I received my MA in mathematics from USD in 2002.
Teaching Interests:
Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics.
Research Interests:
Mathematical modeling and applied mathematics.
Education:
  • Mathematics, North Dakota State University, 2004
  • MA, Mathematics, The University of South Dakota, 2002
  • BS, Mathematics, The University of South Dakota, 2000
Publications:
  • Van Peursem, D., Keller, C., Pietrzak, D., Wagner, C., Bennett, C., (2012), A COMPARISON OF PERFORMANCE AND ATTITUDES BETWEEN STUDENTS ENROLLED IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA VS. QUANTITATIVE LITERACY, Mathematics and Computer Education , vol. 46, iss. 2, pp. 107-118.
  • Bennett, C., (2008), Tips from a Prof, Use These University Math Instructor’s Tips to Succeed at College, Next Step Magazine, vol. March/April, p. 5.
Awards and Honors:
  • Alpha Phi Guest Dinner, Alpha Phi Sorority, 2005
Presentations:
  • Bennett, C. (2008, February). An Introduction to SD Science Olympiad. Presented at the Annual SDSCTM/SDSTA Joint Conference, Huron, SD.
  • Bennett, C. (2007, February). South Dakota Science Olympiad. Presented at the Annual SDSCTM/SDSTA Joint Conference, Huron, SD.