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SPRING 2019 MENTORING

Happy New Year! Welcome back! Spring Mentoring will resume the week of January 27th, 2019.

We also offer Academic Mentoring in Business courses-Management 100, MEC 290, Finance 340 and QBA 120/121. Email jayanthisriram@wustl.edu to be matched with a mentor. 

We offer a variety of mentoring programs to provide flexible opportunities for our students

Residential Peer Mentoring (RPM): Weekly walk-in sessions for Calculus and General Chemistry in the residential areas. Read more about RPM.

Help desks/Academic Mentoring: Weekly walk-in sessions held in Cornerstone and other academic buildings for a variety of courses. Check above for the list of courses.

Peer Led Team Learning (PLTL): Weekly structured study groups for Calculus and General Chemistry. Pre-Registration Required. Read more about PLTL

All of our mentoring programs are led by very well trained undergraduate students.

General academic support

Cornerstone also helps students develop general academic skills – things like note-taking, time management, and active study skills. For more information, visit our academic skills page.

 

Meet the Mentor: Anna Schoenfeld

Hi! I’m a junior majoring in Psychology and Spanish and minoring in Math. You can often find me going on runs in Forest Park or spending time with little kids! This is my third semester leading PLTL, and I’m the Calculus I team leader. Looking forward to a great semester!

Meet the Mentor: Collin Kilgore

Hello! I’m a junior majoring in Chemical Engineering and Mathematics, and I am the team leader for Calculus III. I enjoy this course because it allows us to visualize and work with calculus in a new and interesting way. In addition to being a PLTL leader, I am also involved with a cappella so hit me up if you wanna sing some doos or bops!

Meet the Mentor: Josh Gorelick

Hi!  I’m a sophomore majoring in Mathematics and Economics.  I’m the team leader for Calc II, and I currently lead PLTL sessions on Saturdays from 11-1 and 1-3.  When I’m not doing math with calculus students, you can usually find me doing math in Olin Library!