Taught by Axel Brandt
Appreciation of mathematical ideas applied to problems from the real world; scheduling, voting schemes, apportionment, descriptive statistics, shape and symmetry, fractals, and population growth. For students of the liberal arts.
- Professor Axel Brandt
The Brighton Center seeks to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment, and leadership. This semester’s philanthropy project will fund a Dance and Drum program for children ages 5-12 to help them learn self-awareness, listening skills, coordination of breath and movement, cooperation, and patience. It will also provide a valuable channel for intense emotions and teaches containment of impulses that would otherwise become disruptive in a school setting.
Dellisa Ford-Edwards, Early Education and Parenting Department Director of Brighton Center:
"I enjoyed sharing information about our Agency and our Early Education programs. Their passion for this project was very sincere as they themselves have benefited from music activities that helped them overcome life situations and release emotions. Hearing their stories were powerful."
For more information, https://www.brightoncenter.com/