Meet our Tutor-Mentors
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) tutor-mentors are experienced tutors that help with program development, while acting as regular tutors. If you are interested in being a tutor-mentor, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey everyone, My name is Gilbert Giri and I am a senior majoring in computational biology from Nepal. I mostly tutor biology classes with some mathematics and computer science classes as well. In addition, I am a study group leader for BIOL 198 and CSC 161. I am an avid drinker of coffee and spend most of my time (and declining) in Starbucks. Apart from that, I am involved in computational neuroscience research and spend some time with the Badminton club. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Hello everyone! My name is JP Monroy-Amezquita and I'm a sophomore majoring in Microbiology with a minor in Latin American Studies. The classes I tutor for are CHEM 131, BIOL110/111 and MATH 161. I'm originally from LA and love exploring new cafes with my friends during my free time, one of my favorite places in ROC is Cafe Sasso (10/10). Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or just want to say hi! :,)
My name is Timur Cinay and I am from Turkey. I am a senior double majoring in Chemistry and Environmental Science and planning to continue my academic career with chemical oceanography. I am involved with Student Programming Board and environmental clubs on campus. I enjoy outdoors activities like hiking, biking, and swimming. Organic Chemistry (both first-year and upperclassmen) and Calculus are classes that I am mainly tutoring for. Feel free to reach out to me, if you have any questions.
Hi! My name is Elizabeth, and I am a math and theater double major. I love swing dance (and am a part of the U of R swing dance club) and spend most of my time outside of class (and sometimes in class also) either singing or acting. I’m fluent in French, which is my minor, and though I love performing arts, I also thoroughly enjoy talking and learning about weird and cool math concepts. I have about three years of tutoring experience working with middle schoolers up to graduate students, and I try my very best to always take a flexible approach so that I fit into whatever works for you. I look forward to hearing from and potentially meeting you; please email me if you have any questions!
Hello! My name is Ognjen Bosić, but I usually go by Ogi. I am a junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering from Bosnia and Herzegovina. I mostly tutor MechE courses and Math, but I also work as a Study Group Leader for CHEM 137. On campus, I am a member of the Baja Team, research assistant and teaching assistant in the Mechanical Engineering department. Apart from that, I am a big fan of Formula 1, I love cycling and playing chess. Please, let me know if you have any questions about tutoring, Baja, Formula 1 or anything else!"
Hi everyone! My name is Darman (she/her) and I'm from Karachi, Pakistan. I'm a senior pursuing a BS in Physics and minors in Computer Science and Mathematics. Along with tutoring, I do research in quantum optics and I'm a TA for PHYS122 and CSC161. Fun fact: My two favorite things are Caramel Macchiato and Real Madrid. Please feel free to reach out with any questions!
Hello everyone! My name is Ena Haseljic, and I am a junior from Bosnia and Herzegovina. I am studying Molecular Genetics and Psychology. I tutor biology, chemistry and math courses, and I am a study group leader (I like studying together with others!). On campus, I am involved in Dr. Gorbunova lab that focuses on aging, DNA repair and cancer. In my free time, I play volleyball, enjoy belly dancing and coffee in Starbucks and I like staying up whole night having movie marathons. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions!