This is the homepage for Dr. Andrew Nestler, Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Santa Monica College.

        B.A. Mathematics, Pomona College
        M.A. Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania
        M.A., Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Southern California

Contact Information

Address:  Department of Mathematics
                Santa Monica College
                1900 Pico Blvd
                Santa Monica CA  90405-1628
Office:  MC 61
Phone:  (310) 434-8515
Email:  anestler at smc dot edu

Fall 2017 Schedule

Math 15 (Ordinary Differential Equations)          section 2780    MW 2:15-3:35pm    room MC 66
Math 7 (Calculus 1)                                           section 2766    TTh 4:00-6:25pm    room MC 73
Math 8 (Calculus 2)                                           section 4301    MW 5:00-7:25pm     room MC 66
Math 11 (Multivariable Calculus)                       section 4305    TTh 7:35-10:00pm   room MC 73

Office hours:  MW 1:30-2:00, M 3:45-4:45, TTh 3:15-3:45 in MC 61; Math 11/15 workshop W 3:45-4:45 in Math Lab

Winter 2017 Schedule

Math 11 (Multivariable Calculus)    section 4020    MTWTh 6:30-10:00pm    room MC 82

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