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Spring Courses:

Spring 2022:
Math 2312
on campus and online
Math 2414
on campus

Fall Courses:

Fall 2021-- Math 2312 (precalculus) on campus, Math 2312 (online with on campus testing) and Math 1431(calculus one)

NOTE:  for those taking the asynchronous precalculus -- this does not mean "go at your own pace"  the course has set due dates just like the on campus course -- the idea is to give you the flexibility as to when you watch the lecture videos and go to online office hours.  The testing for the online course IS ON CAMPUS unless you are out of the Houston area by more than 50 miles -- then you will need this information to set up your proctoring site:

National College Testing Association:  Interactive Map (

Students looking for course materials should please log on to their TEAM accounts via and you can choose the ICON for OFFICE 365 to get set up.

For Course Materials -- please see below.

Updated: December 2nd, 2021


Jennifer J May


PhD Candidate


Department of Mathematics

University of Houston

4800 Calhoun Rd

Houston, Texas 77204


Office:  218B PGH


Email:  jrmay at

 (limited response during summer / winter hours, thank you for your patience)

Office Hours:

See TEAMS for updated hours


Course Materials:

About Me:


- {MATH 1431 and Math 2312 courses require a COURSEWARE  access code, to be purchased via UH bookstore, temporary limited access is available for free for the first week of school}


-          Course Ware FAQ



I was born and raised in the United States, living mostly in Virginia, Louisiana and Texas. I have earned my bachelor's degree in applied mathematics, a master's in curriculum and instruction with a math emphasis and also a master's degree in pure mathematics from the University of Houston and the University of Houston Clear Lake.  I have taught upper level math in public high school for 10 years, and sophomore level math for a local junior college for over 15 years.  I joined the UH math instructional team in 2016 and I am currently in my third year as a PhD candidate, working with Dr. Bernhard Bodmann.



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