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The STEM+E Workshop

The STEM+E Tutoring Workshop is a peer-based tutoring program designed to provide one-on-one assistance and small-group support to Holy Cross students in intro and upper level scientific and quantitative courses, including accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, mathematics, and computer sciences, physics and psychology.

The STEM+E Tutoring Workshop opens Tuesday, September 8th, 2020!

Features of the Workshop:

  • The workshop runs as a drop-in and appointment based service.
  • Students are first encouraged to utilize office hours and department workshop tutoring. To keep access to the STEM+E Workshop fair to all students across campus, students may make a maximum of one appointment per day and two appointments per week. Students are welcome to walk in or join the waiting list at any time.
  • STEM+E Sessions last 40 minutes.
  • Peer tutors will assist in several ways: they will explain conceptual material, guide students on how to solve problems, and provide independent learning strategies.

Fall 2020 Workshop Listing

Day Time:  6pm - 8pm Time:  7pm - 9pm
Sunday

Christina W: ACCT 181; ECON 110, ECON 249, 255; MATH 135, 136, 231, 241

Kathryn H: SOC 226

Vaishnavi Y: BIOL  159, 161; CHEM 181, 221, 231; MATH 136;
Monday Vaishnavi Y: BIOL 159, 161; CHEM 181, 221, 231; MATH 136

Michael L: ECON 249, 256; MATH 135, 136, 241, 243

Elizabeth D: CHEM 181, 221, 222, 231; MATH 135, 136
Tuesday

Michael L: ECON 249, 256; MATH 135, 136, 241, 243

Christelle P: BIOL 161, 162, 163; CHEM 181, MATH 135, 136, STAT 220, PSYCH 100

Aidan D: BIOL 159, 161, 162; MATH 135; PSYCH 100
Wednesday   

Emily D: CSCI 131, CSCI 132, MATH135, MATH 136, MATH 241, MATH 243, MATH 244

Elizabeth D: CHEM 181, 221, 222, 231; MATH 135, 136

Aidan D: BIOL 159, 161, 162; 266, 267, 275, 302; MATH 135; PSYCH 100

Christopher L. PSYCH 200

Thursday 

Christina W: ACCT 181; ECON 110, ECON 249, 255; MATH 135, 136, 231, 241

Christelle P: BIOL 159, 161, 162, 163; CHEM 181, MATH 135, 136, STAT 220, PSYCH 100

Christopher L. PSYCH 200

Emily D: CSCI 131, CSCI 132, MATH135, MATH 136, MATH 241, MATH 243, MATH 244, 

 

Make an Appointment
Students can sign up for appointments online. Click the link above and then create a new user account to log into our schedule. The user name and password you select will be unique to this site and are not connected in any way to your Holy Cross ID or passphrase. Make an appointment online »

 

Apply to Be A STEM+E Peer Tutor 

Applications for STEM+E for Fall 2020 are now Closed. 
If you have questions, please contact Haneen Jaara,  Assistant Director, of Academic Services and Learning Resources at peertutoring@holycross.edu

APPLICATION FORMS JOB DESCRIPTION APPLY NOW
STEM+E Peer Tutor Student's who have excelled in a subject and have received support from a faculty member to provide academic support. Application

 

Fall 2020 STEM+E/PAL Intern

 

Emma Flanagan'21

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2020 STEM+E Tutors

 

Christelle Paul '21


Hometown: Cambridge, MA
Tutors: BIOL 161, 162, 163; CHEM 181, MATH 135, 136, PSYCH 100
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
First, if you're seeking out the STEM+E office, you're being a great advocate for yourself and not giving up! STEM+E courses can be incredibly challenging, so make sure to take advantage of the extensive academic services the College has provides students. It takes a lot of courage to admit needing and asking for help, but it is incredibly worth it!

 

 

Elizbaeth Deluca '21


Hometown: Willston, Vermont
Tutors:  CHEM 181, 221, 231; MATH 135, 136
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
It is possible to succeed even in these difficult STEM+E courses as long as you put in the time and effort consistently. Reviewing the material every day will lead you to a much better understanding of the material and will allow you to work out questions you have ahead of time. Sometimes it takes looking at a problem multiple ways to figure it out!

 

 

Mike Luciano '22


Hometown: North Reading, MA
Tutors: ECON 249, 256; MATH 135, 136, 241, 243
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
Go to office hours if you are confused about the class material and don’t be afraid to ask your professor to try to explain a topic in a different way because sometimes a different approach is all you need to gain more clarity.

 

 

Kathryn Hauver '22


Hometown: Shrewsbury, MA
Tutors: PSYCH 200
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
The most important piece of advice I would offer students is to learn from your mistakes. It's easy to feel down about messing up, but know that it is part of the learning process.

 

 

 

Aidan Dermady '21


Hometown: Lincoln, MA
TutorsBIOL 161, 162; 266, 267, 275, 302; MATH 135; PSYCH 100
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
It's most important to keep up with the material on a regular basis, as it will be much easier to prepare for exams if you have been learning new material along the way. This also means seeking help when you need it.

 

 

Emily Devine '21


Hometown: Lexington, MA
Tutors: CSCI 131, CSCI 132, MATH135, MATH 136, MATH 241, MATH 243, MATH 244
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
Make use of all the resources outside of class that the college has to offer: office hours, workshops and other students. Be proactive by starting your assignments in advance so that you can ask attend office hours or a tutoring workshop to ask questions and work through assignments with another person. Working with classmates, professors or tutors and asking questions are essential to success in STEM+E courses.

 

 

Christina Wright ‘21


Hometown: Wilmington, MA
Tutors: ACCT 181; ECON 249, 255; MATH 135, 136, 231, 241
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
Never be afraid to speak up and ask questions. Everyone learns differently and interprets STEM+E classes in their own way, so sometimes all you need is to see another way of how to understand the material. 

 

 

Vaisnavi Yalala ‘21


Hometown: Northborough, MA
Tutors: BIOL 161; CHEM 181, 221, 231; MATH 136; SOCL 101
What is the most important advice you would give students taking STEM+E Classes?
Never give up! Always keep practicing and always have confidence in your abilities.

 

 

 

Christopher Legere ‘22

 


Hometown: Northborough, MA
Tutors: PSYCH 200