Meet the SI Leaders

Gabriel

 GABRIEL HIDALGO -General Biology I   

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Biology--Biomedical 

Ethnicity:

Mexican 

School Year:

Senior 

Working with:

Dr. David Nelsen

                                                                                     

"I enjoy learning about Biology. I design my SI sessions to make the learning experience enjoyable for you too." 

 

  

Paul

 KATELYN JUNEAU -General Chemistry I  

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Biology--Biomedical

Ethnicity:

Straight-up American 

School Year:

Senior

Working with:

Dr. Bruce Schilling

                                                                                     

"General Chemistry is typically a difficult class, but we can get through it together. I will show you the tricks and tips that will help you not only pass this class but also master the material."
  

 

  

Paul 

 JOSHUA SALGUERO -General Chemistry I   

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Biology--Biomedical

Ethnicity:

Dominican with a splash of Salvadorian

School Year:

Sophomore

Working with:

Dr. Brent Hamstra

                                                                                     

"General Chemistry is a very comprehensive and difficult class that most students struggle with. The good news is that I’m here for YOU! I’ve taken GChem and know all of the in’s and out’s of both the professor and the class material. Students that attend SI sessions perform A LOT better than students that don’t, TAKE ADVANTAGE!!!! You know you want to get an A in the class."
  

 

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

 CHRISTIAN SOEHARSONO -General Physics I   

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

Biology-- Pre-Med

Ethnicity:

Puerto Rican & Indonesian

School Year:

Senior

Working with:

Dr. Chris Hansen

                                                                                     

" I’ve been an SI for the past year. It’s amazing to see the success when students take advantage of SI. So I invite you to come to the sessions to learn and hopefully have fun doing so. For some words of encouragement and support, I turn to Ain't No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. “Listen, ain't no mountain high, ain't no valley low, ain't no river wide enough. If you need me, call me. No matter where you are, no matter how far; don't worry. Just call my name; I'll be there in a hurry. You don't have to worry.” 
  

 

  

 Paul

 CLARA NAIBAHO - Anatomy & Physiology I    

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

 BS Nursing 

Ethnicity:

 Indonesian

School Year:

 Junior 

Working with:

Prof. Randy Bishop

                                                                                     

" A&P I can be a rigorous course as it is one of the introductory classes for incoming freshmen. SI is here to help prevent our beloved students to start off with the wrong foot by obtaining D or F in the class. However, SI is not just for students who are on the brink of failing. I am here to help you achieve or maintain the goal that you've set forth in this class (yes, I'm talking to you A or B students.) We are here for you. See you in our sessions!"
  

 

 

Paul

 EDUARDO MARTINEZ -Anatomy & Physiology II    

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Nursing / Pre-Med

Ethnicity:

Guatemalan-American

School Year:

Junior

Working with:

Dr. Ann Foster

                                                                                     

"A&P II dives deeper into the body’s systems and physiology. The amount of information to learn goes up, the memorizing increases, and the stress is still there. While daunting, it is actually really simple and not impossible at all. Coming to SI will help students break down the information so it is easier to understand and take in. Historically, students who come to 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 -Statistics                          

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BA Mathematics, Teacher Certification

Ethnicity:

American & Filipino

School Year:

Junior

Working with:

Dr. Adam Heck

                                                                                     

"Statistics may sound like a difficult class but it really isn't. Students will be experiencing the flipped classroom. I encourage the students to watch the videos that the professor provides because it will help with comprehending the material. Watching the videos will not only help for the in class work but it will also assist with the sessions that I will provide as well. Statistically speaking(no pun intended), studying in a group is better for learning and understanding concepts. Come to my sessions and I will do my best to assist every student so that statistics can be a walk in the park."
  

 

 

Paul

 BUMSOO PARK -Statistics

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Biology--Biomedical

Ethnicity:

Korean

School Year:

Senior 

Working with:

Dr. Patti Anderson

                                                                              

"If you are not a math person, statistics could make you frustrated. I had so much fun learning statistics last year and I am here to help you get through this course and maybe even enjoy statistics?"
  

 

 

Paul

 SARAH WU - Statistics 

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Mathematics

Ethnicity:

 Chinese, Lebanese

School Year:

Junior

Working with:

Dr. Adam Heck

                                                                                     

"Statistics is a class that everyone has to take, but not one that everyone enjoys. Fortunately, the SI program is in place in order to help students work together in a more relaxed setting in order to better understand the material. As someone who went through the class, I’ll be there to help guide you through group discussions and activities without lecturing as a professor would. Hope to see you there!"
  

 

 

Paul

 CHASE CZAYKOWSKY -Statistics     

     Status:

Undergraduate Student 

Major:

BS Chemistry--Biochemistry

Ethnicity:

American & Haitian

School Year:

Sophomore

Working with:

Dr. Ron Johnson

                                                                                     

"Statistics is about forming questions and gathering data to explore those questions, which may seem daunting at first, but is actually quite fun! You will master study strategies, questioning techniques, and test preparation methods as you review the course materials with your classmates and me."