MATH 120: Intermediate Algebra
MATH 252: Calculus II
Tutoring on Campus:
The Learning Center
Clubs, Organizations & Resources:
Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA) Program
and Personal Counseling Services
Theta Kappa -
Beta Theta Omicron Chapter)
Skyline Chapter of PTK National Honor Society
for young women in
Science, Math & Technology
Tadashi Tsuchida Professor of Mathematics
7, Room 7216
Schedule / Office Hours:
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Office Hours (Rm. 7216)
Mon - Fri: 11:10-12:00 (by arrangement*)
Mon - Thu: 1:10 - 2:00
Fri: 1:10 - 2:00 (by arrangement*)
*You are welcome to drop by during "by arrangement" hours. However, if I don't know you're coming, I might be out running errands.
**If the above times do not fit your schedule, talk to me about the possiblity of making an appointment to meet at another. You may also consider getting help at The Learning Center
is a graduate of San Francisco State University, holding both a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Mathematics and a Master
of Arts (M.A.) in Mathematics from this institution. He was chosen as Departmental Honoree the year he obtained his B.A, and taught mathematics classes at SFSU. He has taught a wide variety of Mathematics courses at Skyline College
since starting in 1999. He received the Meyer Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2003, and was granted tenure by Skyline College in 2004. Tadashi acted as chair of the Mathematics Department at Skyline College from Fall 2010 to Spring 2012.
In addition to teaching, Tadashi is an avid traveller and photographer. He has had several solo exhibitions of his photography. You may see some of his work at his photography website: TadashiFinePhoto.com. You may also see some of his prints on campus in the SMT office (Building 7A), the conference room in Building 1 and the president's conference room in Building 4.
Tadashi and his wife, Katrina, have recently completed a book of photography and interviews regarding education in South and Southeast Asia. The book's title is "No Lunch, No Money, No Rice: The Pursuit of Education in Asia." The title comes from one of our H'mong friends from Vietnam; she was telling us what her father told her when she said she wanted to go to school. "We have no lunch, no money, no rice, no pig. You cannot go to school." To preview the first 51 pages of the book, or to purchase it, go to http://www.blurb.com/books/3194003.