In an effort to meet the needs of science students for modeling skills, three new courses have been created at the University of Richmond: Scientific Calculus I and II, and Mathematical Models in Biology and Medicine. The courses are described, and lessons learned and future directions are discussed.
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Caudill, Lester. "Biology in Mathematics at the University of Richmond." Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences: Models, Processes, and Directions, 2009, 45-50. doi:10.5948/upo9781614443162.011.