Subject Tutoring by Appointment: Fall 2014

To set up appointments, simply email the tutors listed below. The list is updated frequently, so check back or email Shanna Wheeler.

Our subject tutors seek to foster independence in students as learners as they improve grade performance. Tutoring is FREE to Lycoming students and takes place in public areas on campus, such as Snowden Library or Pennington Lounge. You and the tutor can decide when and where you'll meet.

To prepare for your tutoring session, scroll down to "How to Make the Most of Your Appointment."

Tutors' names below are links to their email addresses. If you can't send an email by simply clicking on a name, you can view a tutor's email address by right-clicking on the name and selecting "Properties." You can also search for a tutor's email address using your Outlook Webmail account.

Questions? Contact Shanna Wheeler (570) 321-4392.

For the Math Department's tutoring schedule, click here.

Accounting Matt MungioleNgan Vu
Anthropology Amber Seibel, Matthew Amendolara
Archaeology 159 Taylor Kendra, Emily DiBiase, Jacqueline Croteau
Archaeology 201 (not offered) N/A
Archaeology 353 / Art 0353 (not offered) N/A
Art 116 Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class.
Art History 222 Danielle Grega
Art History 223 Alexandra (Lexie) Miller
Art 320 / DCOM 322 (not offered)
Amanda G. Miller (writing aspects)
Art - Commercial Design / Graphics Nicole Silvia, Benjamin Leinaweaver, Tierney (Gabe) Riggs (upper-level Web design)
Astronomy 101-111 (one-on-one and group tutoring) Rachel Miller (Mon. 3:15-4:15 PM & Tues. 7-8 PM), Kaitie Walker (Wed. & Thurs. 7-9 PM)
Astronomy 102-112 (Geology) (not offered) Richard Matel-Galatis
Biology - writing aspects Jocelyn Owens (back up: Samantha Stropko)
Biology 106 Contact any of the Bio 110 tutors below.
Biology 107 (not offered) Contact any of the Bio 110 tutors below.
Biology 110 Nicole MarianelliJuanita (Cinnamin) Thompson-Quattlebaum, Alicia KovachNatalie SchwerSamantha Stropko, Erin Hale, Kristianne Weaver, Riley Zimmerman, Victoria Wilson
Biology 222 Nicole Marianelli, Lauren Gummo, Kristianne Weaver
Biology 224 Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class. 
Biology 225 (not offered) N/A
Biology 321 (not offered) Lauren Gummo, Samantha Stropko 
Biology 323 Bayly Anderson
Biology 347 (not offered) Nicole Marianelli 
Business 228 (Sterngold) Margaret Hervey
Business 228 (Kolb - not offered) N/A
Business 238 Anh Phan, Hieu Duong, Pierce Lawver, Carrie Tubbs, Colton Dershem
Business 242 (not offered)  N/A
Business 244 Shante Dennis, Hannah Smith
Business 339 (not offered) Hieu Duong
Business 348 (not offered) N/A
Business 410
Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class.
Business 420 (not offered) N/A
Chemistry (General) Chris McAtee, Rory McAtee, Bayly Anderson, Alicia Kovach, Veronica SmithSarah Jenny, Mallory KernJustin Walker  
Chemistry (Organic) Chris McAtee, Rory McAtee, Mallory Kern
Computer Science 125 James Krizan, Tai Nguyen, Lindsay Meyers
Computer Science 246 (not offered) Tai Nguyen
Computer Science 247 Tai Nguyen, James Krizan
Computer Science 345 (not offered) N/A
Corporate Communication Darrian McClellan
Criminal Justice-Criminology 100 Sarah Jenny
Criminal Justice-Criminology 300 Sarah Jenny (course content), Daniel Ryan (writing aspects)
Criminal Justice-Criminology 447 (not offered) Brittany Summers
Digital Media (Go to DCOM Lab) Karisa Calvitti (Lab hours: Tuesdays 6-9 PM), Amanda G. Miller (Lab hours: Sundays 6-9 PM)
Economics 110 TBA
Economics 111 D.C. Keys (Group tutoring: Sundays 9-10 PM in Asbury Lounge. Available for one-on-one tutoring by appointment.)
Economics 441 (math aspect) Meghan Hughes
English (American Lit. II) Hannah Halter
English (British Lit. I) Margaret Daubert
English (British Lit. II) Shannon Bolin
English (Creative Writing) Bridget Bellmore
Film 221 Karisa Calvitti
French (all levels) Hannah Morrissette, Samantha Raup, Patricia Reid (Fall only)
French (221 and below) Kelsey Crowe (Fall only)
French (112 and below) Johanna Hripto, Margot Rankins-Burd
German (all levels) Danielle Loiseau, Amber Seibel, Nathan Bahn, Kathryn Bathgate, Lisa Johanna Hinzpeter
Greek Benjamin Toth (fall only), Amanda Copher
Hebrew (not offered) N/A
History 115 Shannon Sheridan, John Sibel
History 116 (not offered) Lindsay Decker, Michael Tusay, Sarah Donovan
History 120 (not offered) N/A
History 125 Rebecca Reed
History 126 (not offered) John Sibel, Thomas Irvine
History 140 Shannon Sheridan
History 159 Benjamin Toth (fall only)
History 230 Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class.
History 233 (not offered) Sarah Donovan
History 238 (not offered) John Sibel
History 242 (not offered) N/A
History 338 Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class.
Latin Patricia Reid (Fall only), Emily DiBiase
Math 100 Hoang Nguyen, Lauren Shearer, Margaret Herzog
Math 106 Dan Zebrine
Math 109 Coral Chiaretti
Math 112 (not offered) N/A
Math 115 Jordyn Hotchkiss
Math 123 Hoang NguyenSarah Pedrick, Caroline Lapano, Amber Seibel, Coral Chiaretti, Son Phan, Zachary Britton, Emily DiBiase, Kalynn Newman, Megan Demarest, Joshua Gildea
Math 127 Hoang NguyenJuanita (Cinnamin) Thompson-Quattlebaum, Jessica Mosiniak, Rory McAtee, Nicole Marianelli, Coral Chiaretti, Trang Vu
Math 128 Hoang NguyenHieu Duong, Huyen Dinh, Coral Chiaretti, Zachary High
Math 129 Hoang NguyenBrandon Niskala
Math 130 (not offered) N/A
Math 214 (not offered) N/A
Math 216 (not offered) N/A
Math 234 (not offered) N/A
Math 238 Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class.
Music 116 (not offered) N/A
Music 120 Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class.
Music 128 Contact Shanna Wheeler if you need a tutor for this class.
Philosophy 120 Nicole English
Philosophy 125 Kyle Armstrong
Physics 225 Jeremy Chobot, Brandon Niskala
Physics 226 (not offered) N/A
Political Science 110 Rebecca Sellers, Dave Gordon
Political Science 130 & 231 Dave Gordon, Kevin Spotts, Rebecca Sellers
Political Science 140 Shafiqullah (Shafi) Mujadadi, Cody Butler
Political Science 160 (not offered) Shafiqullah (Shafi) Mujadadi, Cody Butler
Psychology Meaghan Jones (110, 115, 116, 220, 242, 336), Timothy "TJ" Guminski (PSY Dept. tutor: 331, 336, 424, APA style), Hoang Nguyen (110), Cara Disandro (110, 331, APA style), Krysta Corliss (110), Shante Dennis (110, 116, 242, 331), Taylor Rabickow (110, 116), Jeremy Richardson (110), Emily Weaver (110), Adam Rabidoux (110, 116, 239, 331), Rachel Schwiter (110, 242, 331, 433), Elora Romanowski (116, 211), Nicole Calella (110), Nathaniel Sweet (116)
Religion Carrie Tubbs (110), Patrick McGinley (113, 226), Hannah Halter (114), Taylor Kendra (226), Jacqueline Croteau (226), Michael Tusay (113), Rachel Bowman (113 - Fall only), Patricia Reid (159, 226 - Fall only)
Sociology 110 Clarissa Smalling
Sociology 240 Sarah Jenny
Sociology 330 (not offered) Brittany Summers
Spanish (all levels) Shannon SheridanMargaret Daubert, Miranda Gavrila (abroad/unavailable), Lauren Gummo, James Krizan
Spanish (221 and below) Peter Rittenhouse, Chau Dang, Andrew Hindes, Felicia Sloyer (Fall only), Kayleigh Woods
Theatre 100 Shannon Bolin (Towns), Hershey Millner (Towns), Nicole Callela (Towns), Marina Seely (Byrne)
Theatre 114 Karisa Calvitti

How to Make the Most of Your Appointment:

Come prepared, ready to actively engage.

  • Do some studying beforehand so you know what material you do and don't know.
  • Have a plan in mind for the session.
  • Prepare specific questions and concerns.
  • Bring any necessary course materials.

Know what to expect.

  • The tutors have been trained to help you succeed in a given subject area.
  • The tutor is a supplemental resource for you, someone who will guide you in the right direction and challenge you to succeed on your own two feet.
  • Don't expect the tutor to re-lecture course material.
  • Don't expect the tutor to do your work for you.

The time you spend with a tutor is only as useful as you make it. Your effort and engagement make tutoring sessions all the more beneficial to you. The tutor is willing. Are you?

Note: Every time you meet with a tutor, a brief report is sent to your professor to show that you are making an extra effort to succeed.