Contents

  1. Contact Info
  2. Office Hours
  3. Course Info
  4. Extra Help
  5. About me

Contact Info

name Matthew Lancellotti
email ml9nn@virginia.edu
office Kerchof Hall, room 110
mailbox When you first enter Kerchof Hall, there is a mailroom located immediately to the left. My mailbox is labelled "Lancellotti".
mailing address Matthew Lancellotti
P.O. Box 400137
Dept. of Mathematics
110 Kerchof Hall

Office Hours

2017 Fall

  • To be determined
  • By appointment

2016 Fall

  • Mondays 9:45am - 10:45am
  • Wednesdays 3:45pm - 4:45pm
  • By appointment

Course info

2017 Fall

MATH 1210 - A survey of Calculus I - Section 011
Instructor - Myself (ml9nn)
Course page - on Collab (TBD)
Web Assign (TBD)
Textbook: TBD

2017 Spring

MATH 2310 - Calculus III - Sections 100 and 200
Instructor - Lloyd West (lww8k)
Course page - on Collab
Web Assign
Textbook: Multivariable Calculus: 7th edition, by James Stewart (chapters 12-16)

2016 Fall

MATH 1320 - Calculus II - Section 100
Instructor - Bradley Weaver (brw4sz)
Course page - on Collab
Web Assign
Textbook: Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 7th edition, by James Stewart

MATH 1320 - Calculus II - Section 200
Instructor - Franceso Di Plinio (fd4v)
Course page - on Collab
Web Assign
Textbook: Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 7th edition, by James Stewart

Extra Help

If you need help in your math class, here are suggestions for what you might do, and in what order.

  1. Attempt the problem yourself. You should probably struggle with a topic for at least 45 minutes before deciding that you need help. Learning is a struggle, embrace it!
  2. Office hrs. Go to your instructor or TA during office hours. It is always good to write down the questions / topics you need help with ahead of time, so you know what to ask. Also, one should not think of office hours as "remedial". It is often the case that strong students attend office hours.
  3. Ask a friend. It can be helpful to study with a friend from class. Most instructors allow students to work out homework problems together, as long as they write up solutions individually.
  4. Meet by appointment. Instructors and TA's will do office hrs by appointment if the regular hours conflict with your schedule. Email your instructor or TA to set up a time.
  5. Go to the Math Tutoring Center.
  6. Get a tutor from the math department. This may cost money. Email Allison Boese or an Administrative staff member for more information.

About Me

A PICTURE of me!

Hello!

I am Matthew Lancellotti, a second-year Ph.D. student in the Mathematics Department at UVA. I am probably interested in combinatorics.

Here is a laundry list of things related to me, not necessarily related to math. If you would like to be involved in one of my projects or just talk about something, feel free to email me.