As the Academic Coach, Becca facilitates workshops on various success skills, such as time management, learning strategies, and effective studying. She also provides individual coaching to students who want to improve their academic performance. Additionally, she works with students enrolled in GNED-1100. Her favorite part of her job is learning about each of the students she works with, and strategizing for their future success.
Originally from North Carolina, Luke comes to Trinity University from Michigan State University, where he is a University Distinguished Fellow and PhD candidate in mathematics education. He is excited to be the Director of Trinity’s new Quantitative Reasoning Skills (QRS) Center, located in the Tiger Learning Commons of the Coates Library.
A native of Washington D.C., Jenny has been teaching college-level composition for over sixteen years at schools including Trinity University, the University of Maryland, College Park, the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, and Boston College, where she also earned her M.A. in English Language and Literature and began her extensive work in the tutoring and learning center profession.
As assistant director for Student Accessibility Services, Myeshia consults and facilitates the interactive process for exploring reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. Additionally, she assists with the University's efforts to ensure an accessible, hospitable learning environment for persons with disabilities. Her professional experiences include previously serving as a school psychologist and director of pupil appraisal at a New Orleans charter school network.
As Director for Academic Support, Betty coordinates the support services housed in the Tiger Learning Commons (Academic Coaching, Student Accessibility Services, the Writing Center, and the Quantitative Reasoning and Skills Center) and is a co-director of the Student Success Center. She loves working with Trinity students at every stage of their college journeys, helping them find ways to improve their learning strategies and academic performance.