Meet the SI Leaders

Gabriel

 SARAH WOLFE -General Biology II  

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Biology-Biomedical, Teacher Certification 

Ethnicity:

White 

School Year: 

Junior 

Working with:

Dr. Ben Thornton 

                                                                                     

"General Biology is a challenging course because it covers a lot of material. This class introduces students to many of the fundamental concepts in biology which are present in future classes and on tests such as the MCAT or DAT. When students come to SI, they will be able to get extra practice and develop study skills by interacting with each other. My goal is to make SI helpful for students that are struggling as well as those that are doing well and want to master the information. "

 

  

Paul

 JONATHAN MANCAO -General Chemistry II  

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

Biochemistry/Pre-Med

Ethnicity:

Filipino

School Year:

Senior

Working with:

Dr. Bruce Schilling

                                                                                     

"COMING SOON"
  

 

  

Paul 

 TRICIA DALIDA -Statistics    

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

Elementary Education/Allied Health

Ethnicity:

Filipino 

School Year:

 Sophomore

Working with:

Dr. Ron Johnson 

                                                                                     

"COMING SOON"
  

 

Paul

 JONATHAN OSVOLD - Survey of Health Chemistry  

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Chemistry--Biochemistry

Ethnicity:

Mexican American

School Year:

 Junior

Working with:

Dr. Rhonda Scott 

                                                                                  

"Survey of health chemistry gives students a basic understanding of general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. SI provides extra sessions for students to learn in groups. Supplement Instruction has proven to help students score higher on their tests and ultimately finish with a higher grade in the class. Invest in your education. Come to SI!"
  

 

Paul

 STEPHANIE MCELHENEY- Anatomy & Physiology II 

   

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

 Nursing

Ethnicity:

 Native American, German, Scottish, Irish, etc.

School Year:

 Junior

Working with:

Dr. Rick Norskov

                                                                                     

"A&P is a highly valuable science not just to healthcare majors, but also just for everyday life. Every person on the planet can benefit from understanding anatomy and physiology. Why? Because every person is exactly that. A person. Understanding all of the intricate systems of the body and how they work with each other gives us a greater appreciation for our own bodies and the God who designed them for us. Additionally, we can apply this knowledge to our career practice to help others whose bodies may not be functioning correctly. Really grasping the content of your A&P course can help determine how well you understand what your future patients will be going through and the best ways to help them recover. SI, along with other supplemental study methods, will help to solidify this knowledge, increase ability to understand the "big picture" of healthcare, and prepare you to be competent in your careers” 
  

 

  

 Paul

 MAKAYLA REYNOLDS - Anatomy & Physiology II   

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

Nursing

Ethnicity:

American

School Year:

Freshman

Working with:

Prof. Randy Bishop

                                                                                     

"Anatomy and Physiology II is definitely a challenging course, with many intricate systems and parts to understand. It can be overwhelming to try and tackle on your own. Last semester I attended SI for this course, and it greatly contributed to my success. By working and discussing together you will be able to grasp a deeper understanding of the material, and help you get the most out of your study time. Hope to see you there!"
  

 

 

Paul

 EDUARDO MARTINEZ -Anatomy & Physiology I   

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Nursing / Pre-Med

Ethnicity:

Guatemalan-American

School Year:

 Junior

Working with:

 Dr. Aaron Corbit

                                                                                     

"A&P I, while stressful, allows you to learn the intricacies of how our bodies are designed. Sadly, because of its complexity it can be diffcult to get a handle of the material. Historically, students who come to SI sessions tend to make better grades than students who don’t! I will do my best to make sure you understand the material."
  

 

 Paul

  JAYSON RHEA - Calculus I                         

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BA Mathematics, Teacher Certification

Ethnicity:

American & Filipino

School Year:

 

Working with:

Dr. Ron Johnson 

                                                                                     

"Calculus. When students finish this class they will have acquired valuable knowledge and they can tell all of their friends about how smart they are. Calculus has such an intimidating title but it really does live up to its name because of how useful it is. According to SI's calculations, students that attend the sessions tend to do better in the class. I encourage students to come to SI because we can study and become successful at Calculus."