Tutoring Program

 

The following students have offered to be tutors for Spring 2014. The courses they are willing to tutor as well as their contact information are listed below. If you are in need of tutoring in one of these courses, contact the appropiate tutor through email. Every tutor has been verified to have recieved an A or A- in their respective courses. Please keep in mind that these tutors are volunteers and we appreciate all their support. If you have any questions about the program, please contact the Vice-President Alexis Brieant

Name

Course

Email

Samantha Alvarado

PSYC 215: Child Development

PSYC 250: Behavioral Statistics

sla11@geneseo.edu

 Rachel Hare

PSYC 332: Human Neuropsychology

PSYC 357: Behavior Genetics

PSYC 335: Behavioral Pharmacology

PSYC 330: Biological Psychology 

reh4@geneseo.edu

 Sharon Park

PSYC 260: Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 215: Child Development


bp8@geneseo.edu

 Kori Bresett

PSYC 100: Intro to Psychology

PSYC 215: Child Development

PSYC 216: Adolescent Development

PSYC 260: Abnormal Psychology

kb14@geneseo.edu

 John Ng

PSYC 332: Human Neuropsychology

jsn2@geneseo.edu

Kristin D'Amico

PSYC 215: Child Development

PSYC 216: Adolescent Development

PSYC 357: Behavior Genetics

 

kmd28@geneseo.edu

 James Szwedo

PSYC 250: Intro-Behavioral Statistics

jms77@geneseo.edu

 Jillian Poepsel

PSYC 100: Intro to Psychology

PSYC 260: Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 251: Intro to Behavioral Research Methods

PSYC 250: Intro to Behavioral Statistics

PSYC 332: Human Neuropsychology

PSYC 365: Clinical Psychology

 

jep13@geneseo.edu

 Laura Molden

PSYC 216: Adolescent Development

PSYC 236: Human Sexual Behavior

PSYC 260: Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 251: Introduction to Behavioral Methods

 ljm11@geneseo.edu

 Monique Ross

PSYC 100: Intro to Psychology

PSYC 215: Child Development

 mr24@geneseo.edu

DisclaimerS

a) The Psychology Club Tutoring Program is created by students for students. It is independent of the instructors teaching in the Psychology Department

b) Tutoring cannot subsitute for attending class and meeting with faculty members during office hours

c) Tutor avaliability varies, so it's advisable to contact tutors as early as possible

d) Tutors will do their best to provide help to students seeking clarification or guidance, but students maintain responsibility for their own learning