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Mitch Wilson is a Mathematics Lecturer originally from Douglas, Arizona. He received Bachelors Degrees in Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arizona, and also received a Master’s Degree in Applied Mathematics from UA. Mitch has taught numerous courses at Arizona, ranging from non-STEM courses like Math 107, to the full Calculus sequence (122A/B, 129, 223). Math has also co-taught Math 597T, the course for Graduate Teaching Assistants. Starting Fall 2021, Mitch was a co-coordinator for Math 112, one of the largest multi-section courses in the entire University. Mitch's graduate research, under the guidance of professor Joe Watkins, concerned leveraging statistics to study DNA—more specifically, the migration patterns of indigenous people. While completing his graduate work, Mitch earned a fellowship that enabled him to teach at a local public middle school. There, he helped pre-college students learn the foundations of secondary-level Mathematics while encouraging them to enter STEM fields. Outside of the classroom, Mitch enjoys writing and going to trivia night with friends.