Science

MAX Center
Kagin Commons, First Floor
M-F. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
S-TH, 7 p.m.-10 p.m.
651-696-6193 (Day & Evening)
651-696-6121 (Day)

Math and Science Tutors Fall 2014

Science Tutors

The MAX Center has tutors and staff to help you in a variety of science classes.  Click on the course links below to view tutor schedules.

You can also talk to Stephanie Alden or Dave Ehren, who can help you with these and other science classes.

Fall Break 2014 Hours:

Closed after 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22nd

Reopen at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26th

Calendars do not show scheduled appointments, only tutors' scheduled work hours.

Biology
Chemistry

Supplemental Instruction

Course Professor SI Leader
Chem 111

Dewberry (8:30)

Nicki M .
Sunday 2-4 pm, OLRI 301
Chem 111

Green (9:40)

Ruth P .
Sunday 12-2 pm, OLRI 101
Chem 111 Green (10:50) Yang Z .
Sunday 3-5 pm, OLRI 370
Chem 111 Splan (noon) Jiaochen K. Sunday 3-5 pm, OLRI 270
Chem 211 Brisbois (8:30) Max S.
Wed. 8-10 pm, OLRI 205
Chem 211 Hoye (1:10) Brian C .
Sunday 3-5 pm, OLRI 205
Econ 361 West Kyle C. Sunday 3-5 pm, Carnegie 305

Working as a Peer Science Tutor

Do you love science? Do you enjoy problem solving? Are you the go-to person when your friends need help with their assignments? If so, then you should consider applying to be a peer science tutor in the MAX Center. Peer tutors aren’t necessarily science majors, but they must have a passion for science that they can relay to the students they work with. We will teach you the skills that you need in order to work as a science tutor.

Science Tutor Job Description
Science tutors assist students enrolled in 100 and 200 level science courses. They participate in weekly science tutor meetings and complete the tutor training program. After completing 25 hours of tutoring, they earn College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification. Science tutors work with students one-to-one or in groups and engage in research and ongoing projects in the MAX Center and on campus. Science tutor candidates must have completed (respectively) CHEM 111/112 (or CHEM115) and have earned a grade of B or better. They have excellent communication skills, a thorough knowledge of their subject area, and the ability to work well with individuals and groups.

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