The Math Center is a very popular place and continues to set new records for usage. It is a place for free one-on-one tutoring in math. It is also a place to do your math homework by yourself or in a study group with others in the center. Here are profiles of two of the tutors. Profiles of some of the other math tutors can be found in previous issues of this newsletter.
Kevin Pham, a graduate of Arlington High School, is a junior Biology major with a math minor. He has been a tutor in the Math Center over the past two years. Very friendly and helpful with the students using the Math Center, he is one of our very gifted tutors. Besides using his talents in the center, Kevin is also treasurer of Beta, Beta, Beta, the Biology Honor Society, a member of the CBU student chapter of the Mathematical Association of America and an active member of the School of Science. In addition to these accomplishments he has also served as a President’s Ambassador and last summer as a mentor for incoming freshmen in the CBU CARL program.
Phyo Aung, the first international student from Myanmar (Burma) at CBU, graduated from BEHS 2 in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar. She is currently a junior at CBU majoring in Civil Engineering with a minor in Packaging. She has been tutoring very successfully for over two year in the Math Center and is very enthusiastic when working with students. Besides her hours in the center she is active in many organizations at CBU; among them are: Secretary in TAPPI Student Chapter, member in ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), SWE (Society of Women Engineers) and the Intercultural Club CBU.