The Moss Quantitative Center ("Q Center") is located in rooms D109, D107, and D111 in the joint Q Center/Science Library space in the science center. We are here to assist students in quantitative fields. Our hope is that students will grow to appreciate the importance of quantitative analysis and learn to apply it to the questions that interest them most. We also aim to support faculty who teach quantitative courses or who want to integrate quantitative analysis into their teaching and research.
The Q Center is named after Onawumi Jean Moss, associate dean of students, coordinator of academic support Services (1985-2006), and the inaugural director of the peer tutorial program (1996-2006). In response to the student-led Forum on Academic Concerns in 1994, Dean Moss became a valued co-facilitator of discussions with various student and faculty constituencies. The exchange of ideas, focused on quantitative courses, ultimately prompted investigations that contributed to the formation of the Q Center. We are proud to carry on this work.