Differential and Integral Calculus Laboratory
Fall 2019 - Professor Greene was extremely caring about her students and always had a positive attitude. She offers lots of office hours and brings in learning assistants too so it was easy to find someone to answer a question or help with the homework. The homework can take a long time some weeks but the exams are really straightforward if you take her practice tests. If math isn't your strong suit she's a great professor to have!
Fall 2023 - If you want an easy class with an easy workload, this class is not for you. That being said, if you want an amazing professor who challenges you and takes so much time out of his day to ensure that you are learning and understand the material at a deep level, this is the class for you! (Definitely the type of class that Engineering majors should be taking to prepare for future coursework!) Though some may argue that Jukka does not "support" his students because of the extensive material and heavier courseload, I would argue that the aspect of "support" comes from the fact that the extensive homework (which is due at the end of each week, making it manageable if you start early) actually allows you to get in lots of practice (so you really understand the subject at a deep level) AND the support also comes from the fact that he will literally take so much time out of his week to not only give extensive office hours to those struggling, but to craft study guides for midterms and finals that really prepare you for the exams if you take the time to do it. I could get an F or an A in this class, and it would not change the fact that I truly believe that Jukka is one of the few professors that actually care about your learning journey and your future. He reignited my passion for learning. Highlights of this class: * Jukka is approachable and he always welcomes you to ask questions in class. * Jukka is the type of person to check in with you and tell you to not worry when you're stressed. (He actually cares about you as a person!) * Jukka prepares his students by telling you the type of problems that can come up on the test by listing possibilities on an extensive study guide. (I kid you not: He literally gives you an organized study guide of what can come up on each of the final/midterm questions. He WILL NEVER give you a question that doesn't match the material you learned in class lectures, homework, or the study guides.) * He gave us an extra credit opportunity to make up our midterm grades.