"I loved being a student in the math department of Silver Lake College, because the professors tailored their instruction to their students. It was not uncommon for the professors to go out of their way to create curriculum which was both challenging and engaging for the particular students in their class. In addition, they provided students with the opportunities to put their mathematics learning into practice via math conferences, practical projects, and the chance to tutor others. The passion and dedication of the professors motivated my own study, fostered my love of math, and helped me to become successful both inside and outside of the classroom." - Mary, class of 2015
Kuehl is a mathematics professor that teaches across the full curriculum - levels 100 to 400. Outside of the classroom he is very active on committees and works closely with the work college and athletics teams. His research interests lie in the realm of baseball statistics. He just finished up collaborating on two books being published by the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) that should be published in 2016 - one is about the Detroit Tigers and one about the Milwaukee Brewers. Finally, his favorite class to teach is Differential Equations - but also, obviously, loves to teach Statistics, as well.