Study Café/Tutor Lab

The W.H. Thompson community encourages engaged student learning – and one resource that W.H. Thompson Scholars have access to is the Study Café/Tutor Lab.  The W.H. Thompson Study Café provides scholars with complimentary snacks and beverages, including coffee, tea, hot chocolate, popcorn, and trail mix, while also offering a variety of quality study spaces.  While at the Study Café, scholars have access to private study rooms (great for group projects or working with a study partner!), reading space, tables for homework space, and a computer lab.

The Study Café has other amenities as well – scholars have access to tutors through the W.H. Thompson Tutor Lab, and UNL library staff visit the W. H. Thompson Study Café on a bi-monthly basis to assist students with writing papers and completing research assignments.  Some W.H. Thompson faculty members have also utilized the Study Café space to conduct extended office hours. The William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community employs a group of highly-successful, well-trained peer tutors to assist our scholars.  Our tutors are fellow undergraduates who are earning a 3.5 or better cumulative GPA and have earned As in the classes and subjects that they tutor.  In 2014-2015, tutors will be available in a variety of subjects, with an emphasis on math and science.  They are free of charge and ready to assist scholars with specific questions about course content as well as with general study tips and habits.

The Study Café/Tutor Lab is located on the first floor of Harper Residence Hall, and hours of operation for 2014-2015 school year are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday 6-10PM.

William H. Thompson Tutor Lab Schedule, Fall 2014
1st Floor Harper Residence Hall, MTW 6-10pm

Subject/Class

Tutoring Times

Tutors

Accounting 201,  202 (upon request)

TW 6-10 pm

Bryce

Agricultural Economics 141,282

MTW 6-9 pm

Taylor

Anthropology 110

TW 6-10 pm

Bryce

Biology 101

M 8-10 pm, W 6-10 pm

Alyssa, Devin, Olivia, Jordan B.

Biology 206 (Genetics)

On Request

On Request

Biology 213 (Physiology)

W 6-10 pm

Alyssa

Biology 214 (Anatomy)

On Request

On Request

Chemistry 109-110

MTW 6-10 pm

Chem 109: Jordan B, Devin, Alyssa, Taylor, Riley, Jordan M., Erin, Zully, Olivia
Chem 110
: Jordan B, Devin, Alyssa, Riley, Erin, Zully, Olivia

Chemistry 113 and 221

MTW 6-10 pm

Chem 113: Zully
Chem 221: Olivia

Chemistry 251-254 (Organic Chem)

MT 8-10 pm, W 6-10 pm

Alyssa, Devin, Riley

Classics 180

T 6-10 pm, W 8-10 pm

 Erin

Communications 286

TW 6-10 pm

Bryce

CSCE 155A, 155E, 155H, 156, 156H, 235 &251

MW 6-9 pm, T 6-10 pm

Maanas

Economics 211, 212

MTW 6-10 pm

Bryce (212), Taylor (211), Erin (212), Keric

Finance 361

MW 6-10 pm, T 6-8 pm

Daniel

Geography 155

MT 6-10 pm, W 6-8 pm

Kali

Life 120, 121

MTW 6-10 pm

Jordan B, Devin, Olivia, Riley

Math 100A-107, 208, 221, 314

 MTW 6-10 pm

Jordan B, Maanas, Devin, Alyssa, Taylor, Jordan M, Kali, Erin, Zully, Keric, Olivia, Daniel

Nutrition 250

W 6-10 pm

Alyssa

Philosophy 106, 110

MTW 6-10 pm

Kali

Physics 115, 141, 142 (on request), 211, 212 (on request)

M 8-10 pm, TW 6-10 pm

Bryce (115), Devin (141), Erin, (211), (142 & 212 On Request)

Psychology 181, 268, 287

MTW 6-10 pm

Jordan (268, 287), Bryce, Alyssa

Sociology 101

MTW 6-9 pm

Taylor

Spanish

MTW 6-10 pm

Devin, Alyssa, Olivia,Kali

Statistics 218, 318, 380

MTW 6-10 pm

Devin (218), Riley (218), Keric (380), Daniel (318, 380)

Writing

T 6-10 pm, W 6-10 pm

Writing Center Consultant

*Study Skills/Time Management/ Note-Taking

MTW 6-10 pm

Kali

Architectural Mentoring

W 6-7

Rousol, Thuy-Dung, Juan

***Please see reverse side for availability and subjects by tutor.

Availability and Subjects by Tutor

Tutor

Days and Times

Subjects

Jordan Beck

MT 6-10/W 6-8

Chem 109 & 110/ Life 120 & 121/Math 100-107/Psych 268 &287

Bryce Blycker

TW 6-10

Acct 201/ Comm 286/Econ 212/Psych 181/Physics 115/Anth 110

Maanas Datla

MW 6-9/T 6-10

Math 100-208/ CSCE 155A, 155E, 155H, 156, 156H, 235 &251

Devin DeLuna

MW 8-10

Chem 109 – 254/Life 120 & 121/Bios 101/Stat 218/Spanish/Soci 101/Math 100-107

Alyssa Eitzmann

W 6-10

Bios 101 & 213/Chem 109-253/Psych 181/Math 100-106/Nut 250

Riley Giesler

TW 6-10

Genetics Bios 206, Chem 109-254, Life 120, Stats 218

Taylor Kaus

MTW 6-9

AECN 141/Econ 211/Math 100-107/Chem 109/Soci 101

Jordan McElligott

M 6-10

Chem 109/Math 100-106

Kali Patterson

MT 6-10/ W 6-8

Math 100-104/ GEOG 155/Spanish 102-201/Phil 106/Study Skills/Time Management/Note-Taking

Erin Patton

T 6-10

Econ 212/ CLAS 180/Physics 211/Math 106/ Chem 109-110

Zully Perez

M 6-10/ W 8-10

Math 100-208/221/ Chem 109 & 110, 113

Keric Rolle

MTW 8-10

Acct 201/Econ 211 & 212/Stats 380/Math 100-208

Olivia Thomas

M 9-10/T 8-10

Math 106/Chem 109, 100 & 221/Life 120 & 121/ Spanish

Daniel Zhu

MW 6-10/T 6-8

Math 107-314/ STAT 318 & 380/Finance 361

Writing Center

MW 8-10 pm

 

Architectural Mentoring

W 6-7

Rousol Aribi, Thuy-Dung Tran, Juan Morales

The William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community’s mission is to foster a sense of belonging, promote learning, increase engagement, and celebrate success.  Recognizing the importance of meaningful relationships, we develop the voices of future leaders who will engage as active citizens in our local and global community.  United by our varied experiences and diverse backgrounds, we discover our individual potential, the power of education, and the foundation for a better tomorrow.