Tami Jenkins Tami J. Jenkins
Assistant Professor - Mathematics
Alpine Prep Program

Office Location:
Willett Hall 310
Alpine Campus
Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Contact Information:
Office: 970-870-4544
Toll Free: 800-621-8559 x4544
Fax: 970-870-4535

Mailing Address:
1330 Bob Adams Drive
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

M.Ed., Higher Education Administration, Colorado State University, CO; B.S., Mathematics/Statistics with a Pre-Medicine/Chemistry Minor, Mankato State University, MN.

Adjunct Faculty of the Year for 2004-05

Courses Taught at CMC:
EDU125 – Academic Achievement
MAT030 – Fundamentals of Mathematics
MAT060 – Pre-Algebra
MAT090 – Introductory Algebra
MAT106 – Survey of Algebra
MAT121 – College Algebra
MAT135 – Introduction to Statistics (live and telecourse)
MAT125 – Survey of Calculus
MAT201 – Calculus I
MAT202 – Calculus II

Educator's Motto:
Each and every day, with each and every student, with every breath, with every word, I have the power, the passion, and the knowledge to make a difference.

Professional Profile:
I was hired out of Graduate School to create a Multicultural Services Office at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. I worked in Texas for 5 years and then moved back to Ft. Collins the summer of 1995. I worked in the X-ray department of the CSU Veterinary Hospital for 2 years before moving here to Steamboat Springs in 1997. I began teaching my first class at CMC the Fall Semester of 1998 and taught 1-3 classes each semester while working various administrative jobs such as a Math/Accounting/Science Professional Tutor, the Coordinator of Student Support Services (TRIO), and the Coordinator of Student Life. During the summer of 2005, I was hired to teach Mathematics full-time in the Alpine Prep program. I am currently working on my second Masters degree through the University of Idaho’s Engineering Outreach program. Additionally, I am the creator and owner of Global Solutions, a professional tutoring business for all levels of Mathematics and Science courses.

Favorite Things:
My most favorite thing is to be outside with my dogs, Indy and Boo. We hike, camp, snowshoe, swim and take naps by the fireplace during the winter months. When I’m not spending time with my dogs, I spend my "free time" with my boyfriend skiing/snowboarding, camping, fishing, hiking the Zirkel and Flat Top Wilderness areas, riding dirt bikes, traveling, playing competitive hockey, and gardening.

Every day I am grateful – Living in Steamboat is a dream come true!

Fall Classes

Fall Courses - 2006:

Introductory Algebra (MAT090)
M&W; 1:00-2:50pm

Introductory Algebra (MAT090)
M&W; 3:00-4:50pm

Survey of Algebra (MAT106)
T&Th; 10:30-12:20pm

Survey of Algebra (MAT106)
T&Th; 1:00-2:50pm


Spring Classes

Spring Courses - 2007:

Introductory Algebra (MAT090)
T&TH; 11:00-12:50pm

Introductory Algebra (MAT090)
T&Th; 2:30-4:20pm

Survey of Algebra (MAT106)
M&W; 11:00-12:50pm

Survey of Algebra (MAT106)
M&W; 2:30-4:20pm


Summer Classes

Summer Courses - 2007:

Course 1

Course 2



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Helpful Math & Algebra Websites

CMC Resources

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