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.
Sophomore mechanical engineer KJ Grover has been a math center tutor for almost a year now starting in the second semester of his freshman year. A graduate of Homelife Academy, KJ was home schooled throughout high school. He is a member of ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), has been a Freshman Peer Councilor, and is currently on the moon buggy team and the mini-Baja team in the School of Engineering. He tutors anything from basic algebra to Calculus III and is always willing to give a helping hand in the Math Center.
Tyler Stranburg, a sophomore, started tutoring in the Math Center this fall. He is native of Tallahassee Florida and states that he chose CBU because of the great atmosphere and the honors program. His major is Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics. He tutors basic math through Calculus II and also is a tutor for basic Chemistry. Tyler is a proud member of the CBU honors program.
The Math Center tutors will help any CBU student with a math question or problem. They provide assistance in a warm and congenial atmosphere. They can get you through the toughest homework problem. They’re here to help you learn math.