We are pleased to announce the opening of a Tutoring Center in room 350 of the Science Laboratory Building for the Spring 2018 semester. It will be staffed by Ms. Azure Yarbrough, a PhD candidate who has served as graduate instructor in many courses and currently lectures in Microbiology. She will tutor in the following courses:
Introductory Biology – (Biol 1400 and 1401)
Anatomy & Physiology I and II – (Biol 1411 and 1412)
Microbiology – (Biol 2401)
This is new to our department, and we hope to add more tutors and cover more courses in time. As sole staff member at the moment, Ms. Yarbrough will try to help with other classes as she is able.
Please take advantage of this opportunity, and let us know how it can be improved.
Ms. Azure Yarbrough, PhD candidate
Monday 5 – 6 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Wednesday 4 – 6 p.m.
Thursday 4 – 6 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Science Laboratory Building Room 350
Statement From Ms. Yarbrough
I think that it is important to provide students with all possible tools to insure their academic success, and I feel that additional instruction can be instrumental for some students. I have tried to arrange my schedule so that I will be available to all students at some point throughout the week.
If you need to meet with me outside of the posted times, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will see what I can do to adjust my schedule. I think it is vital for students to understand how they learn best, and I know that students learn in different ways, so I try to adjust my teaching techniques accordingly.
If you just have an occasional question, feel free to drop by. If you need more consistent assistance throughout the semester, you are welcome to come see me regularly. If you are struggling in a class or trying to prepare for a test, you will be more successful the earlier you come see me.
I hope to see you some time this semester, and hopefully, I will be able to help you get the grade you want out of your class.