B.S., M.S., Stanford University
M.A., University of California, San Diego
Mr Ken Kuniyuki graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Mathematical and Computational Sciences, as well as an MS in Statistics. Subsequently, he also received an MA in Mathematics from the University of California, San Diego. Ken's teaching experience encompasses lecturing at the University of San Diego in Modern Mathematics and Survey of Calculus. He has also taught at City and Mesa colleges including elementary and intermediate algebra, fundamentals of math, statistics and discrete math.
At UCSD, he has been involved in teaching a variety of courses including calculus, differential equations, vector calculus, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, as well as design and analysis of algorithms.
Ken is skilled in student learning theories and practices and has been able to continuously modify his teaching methodology based on student feedback. He brings humor into the classroom to enhance the learning environment. Ken has also worked with and developed a number of computer applications for mathematics and statistics and is a proponent of using creative instructional technology. As a patient and caring mentor, students find him very approachable. Ken has worked closely with DSPS at City College and is experienced with a variety of student populations. His professional associations include the American Mathematical Association and the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges.