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A complex world filled with an unprecedented quantity of information calls for graduates who can analyze data and solve problems.
Quantitative reasoning is foundational, helping students succeed in a dynamic global economy.
Le Moyne's Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC) is housed in a newly renovated 25,000-square-foot space in the Noreen Reale Falcone Library. The QRC integrates vital analytical skills across disciplines and gives our students as edge as they enter careers in highly competitive and rapidly changing global economy. Our goal is to advance student learning by providing the resources that address diverse styles and needs.
Skills acquired through the QRC such as analyzing, comparing and contrasting, interpreting, synthesizing, and evaluating information are critical to building a 21st century workforce. The QRC will be an important resource for local school districts and area businesses as Le Moyne seeks to holistically address improved quantitative reasoning throughout the region.
This summer a group of tech-minded Gen-Zers, seventh- and eighth-graders from the Syracuse City School District, arrived on campus to take part in a weeklong Quantitative Thinking Village. They played the role of engineer and video game programmer, met with digital entrepreneurs, and took part in a "shark tank" to present their ideas. In general they nurtured their understanding of a discipline that is critical in the 21st century - math.
The American Institutes for Research found that a significant percentage of American adults lack basic math skills, with the United States ranking 20th our of 23 nations. Le Moyne is answering the urgent call to develop men and women who possess these skills through the creation of the Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC).
A project that will launch a Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC) at Le Moyne College has received a $1 million grant from the New York State Regional Economic Development Council (REDC). Announced at an REDC even in Albany, the state grant will contribute to the overall $6.3 million cost of the project to develop the QRC within Le Moyne's Noreen Reale Falcone Library.
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Bob '59 and Kay Fagliarone have remained close to the College for nearly 60 years. They recently decided to give back Le Moyne by making a generous gift to its Quantitative Reasoning Center. Among its chief aims is to imbue students with an appreciation for the importance of quantitative literacy, regardless of the field they pursue.
Haugh initiated an effort to create an environment for students to come together, ask their questions and learn from each other in a clinic sponsored by the QRC.
Learn more about the programs and workshops sponsored by the QRC this year.
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