Mathematica is a software program designed to help math, science, and engineering students explore and grasp mathematical concepts. It also gives faculty the tools needed to easily create supporting course materials, assignments, and presentations.

Robert Nelson, an English professor, and Marco Bonizzoni, a chemistry professor, share how they use Mathematica in their research and teaching:

Teaching with Mathematica: Robert Nelson
Teaching with Mathematica: Marco Bonizzoni

Interested in teaching with Mathematica? The Office of Information Technology (OIT) offers a variety of tutorials and resources.

For information about obtaining a software license, contact Ruth Pionke.

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