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Tutoring

Tutors can’t do your work for you, but they can help you formulate study approaches that work best for you, enabling you to engage with the content more fully. In doing so, they may read your work for accuracy, help you to use technology more effectively and show you how to use the materials you already have—books, notes, handouts—to excel in your work. The ultimate goal of tutoring is to help you be more independent in your studies.
 

Your Spinelli Support System

Catherine McCune, Ph.D.

Director

Catherine McCune, former visiting professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Smith, is the center’s inaugural director. McCune received her doctoral degree in mathematics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She came to Smith College after post-doctoral positions at the Technische Universitaet Berlin and the University of Connecticut at Storrs, where she pursued research in the theory of minimal surfaces.

Gabriel Lewis

Data Research and Statistics Counselor

Gabriel Lewis is a doctoral candidate in economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He studies the interaction between technology and worker organizations, and he develops methods for Bayesian causal inference; statistics is one of his passions. Before UMass, Gabriel worked at the METRICS Institute at Stanford. He holds a B.A. from Whitman College. In his spare time, he hikes, reads fiction, and plays classical guitar.

Se Ho Kwak

Calculus Counselor

Se Ho Kwak is a doctoral candidate in economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Se has taught economics at UMass Amherst, UMass Boston and Colby College. His field of study is theoretical economics, in particular how to represent heterodox/radical economic ideas with mathematical language.

“The most rewarding aspect of tutoring is developing a community that trusts you. I enjoy explaining concepts and seeing their eyes light up when they understand.”
— Rose Evard ’23

Peer Tutors

The Spinelli Center has over 70 dedicated peer tutors ready to help you with homework, labs and more. Here are just a few! Complete tutor bios can be found in the discipline tabs below.

Cece Coleman ’25

Cece (she/her) is a sophomore Biochemistry major who is also in the museums concentration. She has taken CHM 118, 222 and 223. She focuses on helping general chemistry students with their course content—thermochemistry, kinetics and more.

Mercer Kriese ’24

Mercer is a junior majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Computer Science. They currently tutor BIO 200 and 230 but they have also taken NSC 210 and 230, as well as BIO 303 and 310. They are happy to help you with course content, assignment revisions and exam preparation strategies.

Lisa Li ’24

Lisa (she/her) is a junior Biochemistry major and is available to help with CHM 224. She has taken many courses in chemistry and is happy to answer any questions related to physical chemistry.

Julieta Michelin-Salomon ’25

Julieta is a sophomore studying Quantitative Economics and one of the tutors for Introductory Microeconomics & Macroeconomics. Julieta has taken ECO 150, 153, 201, 220 and 253.

Gloria Parrales ’24

Gloria (she/her) is a junior Chemistry major. She has taken CHM 111, 222, 223, 224 and 326. She can help with assignments, course material and test preparation, and is happy to talk about all things chemistry.

“I knew how challenging organic chemistry is, so I wanted to help my peers learn the subject and hopefully help them appreciate the subject as much as I did.”
Arshiyan Laaj ’23

Where and When Is My Tutoring Session?

Counselors

Se can help with MTH 102 through MTH 212, and some upper level courses. In addition to drop-in tutoring hours, he also has appointments available.

Canceled tis week due to illness

Day Time(s) Location
Tuesday  1–3 p.m.      Seelye 207-E
Wednesday    1–3 p.m. and 5–6 p.m.   Seelye 207-E
Thursday  1–2 p.m. and 4–5 p.m.   Seelye 207-E
Friday  11 a.m.–2 p.m.   Seelye 207-E

Schedule an Appointment with Se

Gabriel can help with statistics courses, in particular with SDS 192, 201, 220, and with the software R, Stata, SPSS and Excel. He can also help with econometrics, ECO 220 and ECO 240, as well as with the introductory economics courses ECO 150 and 153.

Stop in during his drop-in hours or make an appointment.

Day Time(s) Location
Monday   11 a.m.–1 p.m.     Seelye 207-D
Tuesday  9–11 a.m.     Seelye 207-D
Wednesday     9–11 a.m.     Seelye 207-D
Thursday  1–3 p.m.     Seelye 207-D

Schedule an Appointment with Gabriel

Disciplines

BIO 132 | Anika & Mekhala

Professor  Barresi 
Anika and Mekhala will hold drop-in hours in SR 220

Monday 6 - 7:30 p.m.  Anika           
Tuesday 6 - 8 p.m.  Mekhala
Wednesday 6 - 8 p.m.  Mekhala
Thursday 6 - 7:30 p.m.  Anika

Schedule an appointment with Anika and Mekhala

 

BIO 230 | Mercer

Professors Williams and Lama 
Mercer will hold drop-in hours in SR 224 

Monday 6 –7:30 p.m.  
Wednesday   6 –7:30 p.m. (canceled 2/21)  

Schedule an appointment with Mercer

 

BCH 252 | Annabelle H.

Professor Derr
Annabelle will hold drop-in hours in McConnell 104 

Monday 6:30-8 p.m. (canceled 2/26)  
Wednesday  6:30-8 p.m.  

Schedule an appointment with Annabelle H.

 

NSC 210 | Dakota, Annabelle L., Cassie

Professors Robles and Harrington
Dakota, Annabelle L. and Cassie will hold drop-in hours in McConnell 102.

Tuesday 7-8:30 p.m. Dakota
Wednesday  7-9 p.m. Cassie
Thursday 6-7:30 p.m.
7:30-9:30 p.m
Dakota,
Annabelle L.

Schedule an appointment with Dakota, Annabelle L. and Cassie

 

CHM 222 | Chu, Emma, Gloria, Hadley, Karenna, Lisa, Margot, Montserrat, Nina, and Thatcher

Professors Buck, Shea, and Wancura 
The tutors will hold drop-in hours in Seelye 106 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and in Seelye 301 on Wednesdays

Sunday 7–9 p.m. Chu,
Gloria,
Hadley,
Nina 
Monday 7–8 p.m. Chu,
Lisa
Tuesday 7–9 p.m. Emma,
Lisa,
Margot 
Wednesday 7–8 p.m. in Seeyle 301 Karenna,
Montserrat 
Thursday 7–9 p.m. Emma,
Hadley,
Karenna,
Thatcher 

​Schedule an appointment with the tutors

 

CHM 224 | Lisa and Lily

Professor Giddings 
The tutors Lisa and Lily will hold drop-in hours in  Seelye 206 with overflow into Seelye 202

Sunday 7–9 p.m. Lily,
Lisa    
Thursday     7–9 p.m.    Lily

Schedule an appointment with Lisa and Lily

 

CHM Lab Writing Support

Lab Report Appointment Guidelines:

  1. Use the links below to make an appointment with the lab writing tutor at least 24 hours ahead of the anticipated need for feedback.
  2. Send the draft of your lab report at the time you make the appointment --at least 24 hours ahead so they have enough time to read it.
  3. Allow 24 hours notice if you need to cancel so another student may have your slot.
     

Appointment Sign-Up:

CS TAs are available to help with CSC courses. To see who can help with what course, see their descriptions below the schedule.

Course Tutors who can help
CSC 110 Primary TAs for this course are Asher, Ashley, Dakota, Emma, Jessica, Julia, Julie, Paola, or Robbie.
CSC 120 Asher, Ashley, Bobi, Chris, Jessica, Julia, Julie, Larissa, or Robbie
CSC 210 The in-class TAs are Amanda, Jessica, and Larissa.
You can also get help from Ashley or Chris.
In a pinch ask Asher, Dakota, Julia, Julie, Paola, or Skye.
CSC 231 Ashley and Elaine are the in-class TAs.
You can also get help from Emma, Julia, or Dakota.
In a pinch, ask Amanda, Jessica, Paola, or Skye.
CSC 250 Skye and Tania are the in-class TAs.
You can also ask questions to Amanda, Dakota, Emma, or Paola.
CSC 251 No dedicated TA for this course.
Asher or Skye may be able to help.
CSC 256 No dedicated TA for this course.
Asher may be able to help.
CSC 262 No dedicated TA for this course.
Julia or, in a pinch, Skye may be able to help.

Room 241

   Sunday  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday    Thursday
1–3 p.m.   Asher,
Skye
       
7–9 p.m.   Amanda, 
Elaine, 
Skye,
Tania
Amanda,
Ashley, 
Larissa,
Sophia 
Chris,
Larissa,
Tania
Dakota,
Elaine,
Skye,
Zhirou
Larissa,
Paola,
Skye

Room 342 ( Primarily CSC 110 and 120 help)

   Sunday  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday    Thursday
1–3 p.m.   Asher,
Dakota,
Julia
       
7–9 p.m.   Asher,
Chris,
Robbie
Bobi,
Dakota,
Emma,
Julie,
Bobi,
Julia
Bobi,
Emma,
Paola
Bobi,
Jessica
 

CSC Tutors

  • Amanda (she/her) is a senior CSC major. She has taken CSC 111 and 212 (currently 110, 120, and 210), CSC 231, CSC 250, CSC 252, and CSC 294. Outside of class content, she specializes in Python (numpy, pandas, sklearn) and script programming and can help with GitHub and using IDEs.
  • Asher (any pronouns) is a senior CSC major. They have taken all intro and core classes, as well as CSC 240, 251, and 223. They are always happy to help with Python, Java, or general programming questions.
  • Ashley (she/her) is a sophomore majoring in computer science. She has taken CSC 120, 210, 231, 249, 250 and 252, and can help with SQL and database-related problems. 
  • Bobi (she/her) is a senior CSC major. She has taken CSC 111, CSC 212, MTH 111, MTH 153, CSC 240, CSC 151, CSC 223, CSC 231, CSC 250, and CSC 262. She can help with class content as well as Github.
  • Chris (she/her) is a sophomore CSC and EGR double major. She has taken CSC 120, CSC 210 and CSC 252. She can help with CSC 120, CSC 210, as well as Python, Java, and Git.
  • Dakota (she/her) Is a senior CSC and NSC double major. She has taken all intro and core classes (111,212,231,250), 235, 223. She has a strong background in big data managment and visualizations (numpy, pandas, matplotlib...) as well as deep neural networks (sklearn) and best practices in documenting code for non-CS people.
  • Elaine (she/her) is a junior computer science and mathematics double major. She has taken CSC 212 (now CSC 110, 120, and 210), CSC 223, CSC 231, CSC 249, CSC 250, CSC 251, and CSC 274, and can help with most of these courses. She can also assist with Github, Python, and Java.
  • Emma (she/her) is a junior CSC major and an SDS minor. She has taken CSC 111 and 212 (now 110, 120, and 210), and CSC 231. She can help with Python, Java, C, x86 Assembly and GitHub.
  • Jessica (she/her) is a sophomore CSC and music double major. She has taken CSC 120 and 210.
  • Julia (she/her) is a senior CSC major and an EGR minor. She has taken the intro and core classes (111, 212, 231, 250), 223, 240, 252, 262, 294, and SDS 192. She is able to help with Python, Java and C, as well as Git. She's also a CSC liasion and the president of the gaming club. Talk to her about video games or robots!
  • Julie (she/her) is a sophomore CSC major and is happy to help with the introductory courses taught in Python and Java. She has taken CSC110, CSC120, and CSC210.
  • Larissa (she/her) is a senior CSC and THE double major. She can help with CSC 110, 120, 210, 231, 240, 249, and 250 . She also can assist with Java, Python (including pandas), Javascript, C, C++, C#, and some assembly. Java is her best language! She can also assist with GitHub, setting up IDEs, graphics, and more!
  • Paola (she/her) Is a junior SDS and CS double major. They have taken SDS 201/192/220/100/291, MTH 111/153/112/211, and CSC 212/250/249/294/231. She can help with most of these classes, along with R, Github, and Python. She is currently taking CSC 223/230 and SDS 237.
  • Skye (she/they) is a senior CSC major. She has taken the intro classes, 151, 231, 240, 250, 251, 252, and 262. She can help with any of those classes, but truly enjoys helping with 250 and 252. She also enjoys robotics, pedagogy, and documenting her code. Skye supported CSC 252 in the fall.
  • Sophia (she/her) is a junior SDS and CS double major. She has taken SDS 192, SDS 291, CSC 111, CSC 212, CSC 250, CSC 231, CSC 240, CSC 252. She can help with class content as well as R and GitHub.
  • Tania (she/her). Computer Science and Mathematics double major. She has taken Data Structures, Algorithms, Microprocessors, Discrete Mathematics, Mathematics of Deep Learning, Theory of Computation, Databases, and MTH 112/151/211/221.
  • Zhirou (she/her) is a junior CS and Psychology double major. She has taken CSC111, CSC210, CSC230, CSC250.

ECO 150 & 153 | Julieta

Professors Craigie, Zapryanova, Tsiaras, Sharma
Julieta will hold drop-in hours in Neilson 108F in the Learning Commons in Neilson Library.

Monday 7–8:30 p.m.
Wednesday 7-8:30 p.m.
Thursday 7-8:30 p.m.

Email Julieta for an appointment

 

ECO 220 | Betty

Professor Taraz
Betty will hold drop-in hours in Seelye 212

Monday  7–9 p.m. 
Thursday  7–9 p.m.

 

ECO 250 | Zorina

Professor Haas-Wilson
Zorina will hold drop-in hours in Seelye 211

Monday  4:30–6:30 p.m.
Thursday  6:30–8:30 p.m.  

Zorina will hold additional review sessions as follows

Wednesday February 21  4:10–6:10 p.m.
Wednesday March 6  4:10–6:10 p.m.  
Sunday March 31 4-6 p.m.
Sunday April 7 4-6 p.m.
Wednesday May 1 4:10–6:10 p.m.  

Email Zorina for an appointment 

ECO 253 | Lisa

Professor Brunet
Lisa will hold drop-in hours in Seelye 207, the Spinelli Center during the following times:

Tuesday    3–5 p.m. 
Wednesday   7–9 p.m. 

 

Engineering Tutoring is available for many of the core courses.

See listing of tutors below if you’re looking for support for a particular course, tutoring is located in Ford 022/024 (Playground).  

  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday    Thursday
7–8 p.m. Kira,
Tasha
Rosemary,
Hadeel
Rosemary,
Hadeel
Hadeel,
Mealaktey,
Phaidra
Kira,
Margot
8-9 p.m. Gaby,
Tasha
Rosemary,
Hadeel
Hadeel Hadeel,
Mealaktey,
Phaidra
Kira,
Margot
9–10 p.m. Gaby,
Tasha
  Gaby,
Margot
Mealaktey,
Phaidra

 

 

Engineering Tutors

  • Gaby  (she/they) is a junior EGR major and PHI minor interested in biomedical engineering. She can help with EGR 100, EGR 110, and EGR 270, as well as calculus.
  • Hadeel (she/her) is a senior EGR major with an environmental concentration. She can help with EGR 270, EGR 312, EGR 374, EGR 375, EGR 389, and EGR 390ge, in addition to Excel and mechanics.
  • Jiayi (she/her) is a junior EGR and PHY double major. She can help with EGR 100, EGR 110, EGR 220, EGR 270, in addition to physics, calculus, and coding questions.
  • Kira (she/her) is a junior EGR major and math minor. She can help with EGR 110, EGR 220, EGR 270, EGR 290, along with any R, physics, and caluclus questions.
  • Mealaktey (she/her) is a senior EGR major and Art and Technology minor. She can help with EGR 100, 110, 220, and EGR 290. She is interested in biomedical engineering.
  • Phaidra (she/her) is a senior EGR major and SDS minor. She can help with EGR 100, 270, 290, 320, 374, and 376. She is interested in electrical engineering.
  • Rachel (she/her) is a junior EGR major. She can help with EGR 110, EGR 270, and EGR 290, in addition to R, Python, Java, physics, and calculus questions.
  • Rosemary (she/her) is a senior EGR major. She can help with EGR 100, EGR 110, EGR 220, EGR 270, EGR 290, and EGR 374.
  • Tasha (she/her) is a senior EGR and CSC double major with an electrical concentration. She can help with EGR 324, 270, 290, 220, 375, and 320 in addition to any coding questions.

Mathematics courses have drop-in hours as listed below.

In addition to the drop-in hours available, you can get help:

  • from meeting with the Calculus Counselor
  • Requesting help by sending an email to qlctutor@smith.edu. Include your course number and professor.

Daytime Hours 

Tutoring is held in Seelye 207, the Spinelli Center. Most tutors can help with MTH 111 and MTH 112. See listing of tutors below if you’re looking for support for a particular course.

  Monday  Tuesday   Wednesday Thursday  Friday
12–1 p.m.   Nusche Nusche   Shreya Olivia
1–2 p.m.   Kira Shreya Sam Shreya Olivia
2–3 p.m. Kira  Nusche Sam Sophia  
3–4 p.m. Maisy Shreya Sam Sophia,
Chioma 
 
4–5 p.m. Maisy Shreya Sam,
Emma
Sophia  

 

Evening Hours:

Tutoring is held in the Math Forum, Burton Hall, third floor. Most tutors can help with MTH 111 and MTH 112. See listing of tutors below if you’re looking for support for a particular course.

  Sunday Monday Tuesday   Wednesday      Thursday
7–9 p.m. Arisha,
Chioma     
Emma,
Sophia,
Chioma 
Manasi,
Leila,
Tilila
Maisy,
Leila
Arisha,
Leila,
Tilila

 

Mathematics Tutors

  • Arisha  (she/her) is a sophomore Engineering major. She is a tutor for Calc I and II (MTH 111 and MTH 112) but has also taken EGR 100, EGR 110, CHM 111 and PHY 117.
  • Chioma (she/her) is a first year. She can help with MTH 111 and MTH 112 (Calc I & II), and has also taken CSC 110 and ECO 150. 
  • Elinor (she/her) is a junior math major. She has taken MTH 111, 112, and 153 and is currently taking 211 and 212. She is most comfortable with 111 and 153 but she is happy to try anything :)
  • Emma (she/her) is a senior math major. She has taken MTH 111, 112, 212, 233, 211, 281, 152 and was a grader for linear algebra.
  • Kira (she/her) is a junior engineering major and a math minor. She can help with MTH 111/112/212, in addition to helping with R, physics, and engineering questions.
  • Leila (she/her) is a sophomore math and physics double major. She has taken MTH 111, MTH 112, MTH 153, MTH 211 and MTH 212. She can help with written and online work, and is most comfortable with calculus. 
  • Maisy (she/her) is a junior double majoring in math and theatre. She has taken MTH 112, 153, 211, and 212, and is currently taking 238 and 281. She's most comfortable tutoring in MTH 111, 112, and 153, but is happy to try any problem!
  • Manasi (she/her) is a post-bac. She has taken classes equivalent to MTH 111, MTH 112, MTH 153, MTH 211, MTH 212, MTH 233, MTH 238, SDS 220, and CSC290. She is currently taking MTH 333 and MTH 281. She is most comfortable with MTH 112, MTH 153, MTH 211,  MTH 233, MTH 238, and CSC 290, but she is willing to help with any mathematical problems!
  • Nusche (she/her) is a prospective math major as a first year. She has taken MTH 111/112/212, and is currently enrolled in MTH 153. Happy to help with all things calculus!
  • Olivia (she/her) is a sophomore engineering major and dance minor. She can help with MTH 111/112.
  • Sam
  • Sarah is a senior math-stat and compsci double major. They've taken MTH 111/112/211/212/246/264/280 though they're more comfortable with 111/112/211. She's also taken CSC 111/212 (110/120/210 equivalent) and can help with Python and Java.
  • Shreya (she/her) is a sophomore , Quantitative ECON major & SDS minor. She's taken MTH 111, ECO 150, SDS 192, CSC 110 ; and is currently taking SDS 220 and ECO 250. She can help with MTH 111, ECO 150, and content from ECO 250 & SDS 220 which she is currently doing. She loves applied math and is open to trying out math-related content from other courses too!
  • Sophia is a math major. She has taken MTH 111/112/211/212/238/280 and was a TA for math 153. 
  • Tilila (she/her) is a senior math and physics double major. She has taken MTH112/211/212/233/238/281/382 so she can help with those classes, and she can also help with MTH153.

PHY 117 | Lucy & Noanah

Professors Kaur and Berger
Lucy and Noanah will hold drop-in hours in Sabin-Reed 305–308.

Sunday 7–9 p.m.  Noanah and Lucy  
Tuesday 7–9 p.m. Lucy
Wednesday 7–9 p.m. Noanah 

Schedule an appointment with Noanah and Lucy 
Note: Please sign up for only one half-hour slot in a given week.

 

PHY 118 | Andy

Professor Norsen 
Andy will hold drop-in hours in Sabin-Reed 305–308.

Sunday 7–8:30 p.m. 
Tuesday 7-8:30 p.m.
Thursday 7–8:30 p.m. 
 

PHY 210 | Zoe

Professor Raven
Zoe will hold drop-in hours in Sabin-Reed 305–308.

Monday 7–9 p.m.
Tuesday  7–9 p.m.
Thursday  7–9 p.m.   

PHY 119 not being offered this semester

Help is available for PSY 201, SOC 204 and GOV 203.

You can see the Data Counselor for help or you can request help via email to qlctutor@smith.edu (include the words "SOC 204" or " GOV 203" or "PSY 201" in the subject line and allow 24 hours for us to get back to you).

All hours are held in Sabin-Reed 301.
SDS tutors are available to help with the core SDS courses: 192, 201/220 and 291. Many of the tutors can help with other courses—see their descriptions below the schedule.

Course Tutors who can help
SDS 100 All of the tutors can help
SDS 192 Elm, Evelyn, Nikki, Rainbow, Robbie, Sarah, Silvia, Vicky, Yuzhang, Zorina
SDS 201 Elm, Nikki, Rainbow, Robbie, Silvia, Sarah, Vicky
SDS 220 Elm, Nora, Robbie, Sarah, Silvia, Vicky, Yunxi
SDS 291 Elaine, Elm, Evelyn, Nikki, Nora, Quinn, Rainbow, Robbie, Sarah, Silvia, Vicky, Yuzhang, Zorina
SDS 270 There is no designated tutor, but for help with prerequisite materials and some course material, ask Nikki or Sarah
SDS 290 There is no designated tutor, but for help with prerequisite materials and some course material, ask Elaine, Nikki, or Silvia
SDS 293 There is no designated tutor. 

Schedule

  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
7–9 p.m. Elm,
Evelyn,
Nikki,
Silvia
Cindy,
Evelyn, 
Quinn,
Yuzhang 
Elaine, 
Quinn,
Sarah,
Yunxi
Eveyln,
Robbie,
Vicky, 
Yuzhang
Quinn,
Silvia

SDS Tutors

  • Cindy (she/her) is a junior SDS major. She has taken SDS 100, 192, and 201, 270 and 291 and is currently taking SDS 290, 293, and 300. She is happy to help with course content and assignments. Please feel free to ask her any questions about statistics and coding in R and SQL!
  • Elaine (she/her) is a senior, SDS and PSY double major. She's taken SDS 192, 201, 290, 270, 291; CSC 110; and is currently taking SDS 293. She is happy to help with class content, R, Python, and whatever else you're wondering about!
  • Elm (they/he) is a junior SDS major and BIO minor. They have taken SDS 100/192/220/237, CSC 110, and MTH 111/112/211 and are currently taking SDS 291 and MTH 153/212. He can help with any of these classes, and is best at R and data wrangling/cleaning/visualization. He can also help with some GitHub issues. They love talking about biological applications of computational methods!
  • Evelyn (she/her) is a junior SDS and CS double major. She has taken SDS 192/291, CSC 111/212/223/240/250/252, MTH 153/211. She can help with class content as well as R, Python, and GitHub.
  • Nikki (she/her) is a senior SDS major and PSY minor. She has taken CSC 111, SDS 192/201/270/290/291, and MTH 111. She enjoys creating graphs in R and can assist in class materials, problem sets, and more
  • Nora (she/her) is an SDS and Psychology double major. She has taken SDS 100, 192, 291, CSC 110, and MTH 211. She is currently taking SDS 270 and 290. She can help with these classes, as well as SDS 201/220.
  • Quinn (she/they) is a sophomore PSY major. She has taken SDS 291, CSC 120, SDS 100, MTH 153. She can help with class content as well as R.
  • Rainbow (she/her) is a sophomore SDS and History double major. She has taken SDS 192, SDS 220, SDS 291. She can help with class content as well as R. 
  • Sarah (she/her) is a junior SDS major and SOC minor. She has taken SDS 192, 220, 270, 291, CSC 110, and MTH 153 and 211. She is taking SDS 290 and 293 this semester and can try to help with those courses as well. She enjoys coding in R and would love to help with anything and everything SDS.
  • Silvia (she/her) is a senior MST and PSY double major. She has taken SDS 192/290/291, MTH 153/211/212/246/281/320, and CSC 111. She can help with most of these classes, as well as SDS 201/220 and R. 
  • Vicky (she/her) is a sophomore SDS major. She has completed SDS 100, 192, 201, 220, and 291; CSC 110 and 120; as well as MTH 111, 112, and 153. Currently, she is enrolled in SDS 271, MTH 211, CSC 210, and CSC 240. She is eager to assist with R, Python, and MySQL.
  • Yunxi (she/her) is a sophomore quantitative economics major. She has taken SDS 192, SDS 100, SDS 220, CSC 100. They can help with class content as well as R and Github.
  • Yuzhang (she/her) is a sophomore, SDS and Linguistics major. She has taken SDS 100, 192, 291; ECO 253; CSC 110; and is currently taking SDS 271, CSC 120. She is happy to help with the stated classes but she could try others as well.
“I worked as an ONEXSS coach last summer, helping incoming students with precalculus. I enjoyed the process of guiding them step by step, rather than telling them the answers.”
Lisa Li ’24

Contact Spinelli Center for Quantitative Learning

Seelye Hall 207
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: 413-585-3091 Email: qlctutor@smith.edu

Note: Please include the course and section, the instructor’s name, and the topic with which you’d like help in your email.