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The role of the academic mentor is to provide students with a structured, collaborative learning environment and activities that will help them achieve academic success in traditionally difficult courses.
Position Description—BIOL-K 101 Concepts of Biology
Position Description—BIOL-K 103 Concepts of Biology II
Position Description—BIOL-N 212/214 Human Biology I
Position Description—BIOL-N 217 Human Physiology
Position Description—BIOL-N 261 Human Anatomy
Position Description—BUS-X 100 Introduction Business Administration
Position Description—DHYG-H 215 Pharmacology/Therapeutics
Position Description—HER-H 102 History of Art II
Position Description—HPER-P 205 Structural Kinesiology
Position Description—PHIL-P 162 Logic
Position Description—SOC-R 100 Introduction to Sociology
Position Description—SPEA-J 101 The American Criminal Justice System
Biology Resource Center and Online Tutors
Biology Resource Center (BRC) tutors assist students with questions pertaining to biology course content. Tutors encourage students to learn independently, personalize the instruction to the students' needs, and facilitate insights to the students' learning.
Online tutors assist students via web-based tutoring sessions each week that are collaborative in nature and that empower students to better understand complex material.
Position Description—BRC Tutor
Position Description—Online Tutor
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