As we adapt to the realities of COVID-19, changes were made to this Fall semester. Details along with updates related to QRS Center are available on the COVID-19 Updates page. Visit this page for the official, up-to-date details.
If you are interested in becoming a QRS generalist or a course-specific tutor in mathematics, email Dr. Luke Tunstall (stunstal [at] trinity.edu) to learn more. Note that the application process for QRS generalists for the 2020-2021 Academic Year will take place in late March and early April of Spring 2020.
Shivani Alur is a sophomore Finance major. She was a Students + Startups intern over the summer and likes to learn about the way numbers impact the business world. She is eager to help students strengthen their quantitative problem solving skills.
Extra Q-skills: Excel and R
Serafina Fontana is a sophomore Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major with a Mathematics minor. She has experience tutoring both Calculus I and II, as well as General Chemistry. She has experience in using the program RStudio in biology lab courses.
Extra Q-skills: RStudio for Biology lab courses
Wendi Gao is a senior math major. She has been a tutor for MATH 2308 Introduction to Analytic Models. She looks forward to working with students, and understanding the diverse backgrounds that they come from. In her spare time, she likes to watch horror movies and be more in touch with people. She can help with general calculus courses, symbolic logic I, and she knows some Matlab.
Extra Q-skills: MATLAB and symbolic logic
Katherine Jones is a senior geosciences major. This summer, she began her senior thesis research on the effects of oil spills on trace element mobilization in contaminated aquifers. She peer tutored for the Climate Changed FYE during her sophomore year, and is looking forward to helping students draw connections between quantitative skills and their personal interests. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, hiking, and bad movies.
Extra Q-skills: R Studio, Python, ArcGIS
Kathryn Langemeier is a Senior Economics and Political Science double major with a minor in math. She was a student of the Social Justice FYE and went on to be a peer tutor in her Sophomore year. She recently completed an internship at the Federal Reserve Board where she learned R, some Python, and different research strategies. She hopes to help people learn the concepts and logic behind different quantitative process as well as the process itself.
Extra Q-skills: R, Stata, LaTeX, Python
Kelly Liu is a junior Engineering Science major and Mathematics minor. She is the Entertainment Chair for Student Programming Board and is a peer tutor for Differential Equations & Linear Algebra. At the QRS center, Kelly can help with MATLAB and C programming. She also enjoys thrifting and relaxing in a hammock in her free time.
Extra Q-skills: C programming and MATLAB
Lutfi Sun is an international student from Turkey. He is majoring in Economics and Mathematics. He studied abroad last year in London. He wants to get a PhD in economics and teach for the rest of his life. He likes all animals, and is especially in love with praying mantises and snakes. He is a passionate tea brewer, server, and drinker.
Extra Q-skills: R, Stata, and symbolic logic