Peer tutoring for Discrete Structures, Fundamentals I and Fundamentals II. The tutors recently completed the course tutoring for; they are nominated by instructors. No appointment needed / first come, first served. Schedules for current term:
Discrete Structures (CS 1800): link to current website: here
Fundamentals I (CS 2500): link to current website: here
Fundamentals II (CS 2510): link to current website: here
Peer tutoring for other CCIS courses. Tutors are generally juniors and seniors nominated by advisors. No appointment needed / first come, first served. Peer tutors will be located in the 166 WVH. Please bring your laptop.
Schedule and tutor information for current term:
Monday 6-9pm Nick Aldwin
Nick is a CS senior. He enjoyed last summer’s co-op at HubSpot so much that he will be joining full time in January. He’s willing to tutor interested students in Fundies, Systems and Networks, PL, and OOD. He can also help out with AI, Computer Organization, and Software Dev (though he’s willing to give other classes a shot too). He’s also happy to discuss technologies used in the professional software engineering profession. When not focusing on finishing classes, Nick can be found out on the streets taking pictures and admiring the fine pieces of automotive machinery that drive by.
Tuesday 6-9pm Eric Chin
Eric is a senior, studying computer science with a cyber operations concentration and has spent three coops with the U.S. Department of Defense. In his spare time, he enjoys reading epics and classics (mostly of the British variety), sipping on a fine cup of coffee, scaling walls, running, taking pictures, and if he’s feeling particularly adventurous, taking an aimless journey into the wild. He’s more than happy to tutor for Object-Oriented Design, Algorithms and Data, Computer Organization, and Fundies. He can also be a resource for Networking Fundamentals, Probability and Statistics, and Theory of Computation as well.
Wednesday 6-9pm Jason Shrand
Thursday 6-9pm starting Oct. 3 Jason Shrand
Jason is in his final semester as an undergraduate, with a dual major in Computer Science and Mathematics. He has just finished an internship as a software engineer for NASA, and has had two previous software development co-ops with Clean Harbors and Autodesk. Jason recently obtained his Private Pilot’s License, so when he isn’t involved in a programming project, he’s probably flying around getting lost somewhere. His future aspirations include researching robotics and computer vision, learning to do a backflip, and being devilishly handsome. But for the time being, Jason is happy to be a tutor for Computer Graphics, Software Development, Robotic Science & Systems, and Object-Oriented Design. He can also be a resource for Logic & Computation, Algorithms & Data, Fundies, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Number Theory, and Group Theory.