Advising & Tutoring

Chemistry Student Abby Pepin with Cynthia Dowd

 

Balancing a chemistry courseload along with the rest of your responsibilities can be challenging, but we are here to help. Whether the issue is personal, academic or related to career plans and opportunities, talking to your academic advisor is a good place to start.

We also offer tutoring options to chemistry students, in addition to university student services like the Academic Commons.

 

 


Advisors

Your academic advisor can support or direct you to the correct person to help resolve a problem.

 


Office Hours

Don’t forget about office hours! Faculty set aside time each semester for student visits. If you’re having trouble with a course, need feedback on a project or simply want to talk through an idea, visit your advisor or professor. All department advisors are available by appointment or email as well as during regular office hours.

 

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Current Tutors

2 CCAS students looking at a computer

 

 

Find a specific tutor, organized by topic area, or take advantage of free services like the Academic Commons located in Gelman Library.

Names marked with an asterisk (*) are undergraduates in the Chemistry Department. Please email the department if you are having any difficulty connecting with a tutor.

Contemporary Chemistry for Non-science Majors (CHEM 1003 and 1004)

Dustin Abele [email protected]
John-Hanson Machado [email protected]
*Kusuma Devi Alaparthi [email protected]
*Mia Dortenzio [email protected]
 
General Chemistry for Science Majors (CHEM 1111 and 1112)
Dustin Abele [email protected]
John-Hanson Machado [email protected]
Rachelle Jacobson [email protected]
Maegan Dailey [email protected]
Monical Flores [email protected]
Jordan Griffin [email protected]
*George (Logan) Bartholomew [email protected]
Jarod Fincher [email protected]
*Kusuma Devi Alaparthi [email protected]
Lihui Bai [email protected]
Ben Walusiak [email protected]
Ideen Modarres [email protected]
*Mia Dortenzio [email protected]

 

Organic Chemistry (CHEM 2151 and 2152)

Kenneth Heidel [email protected]
*Matthew Lish [email protected]
*George (Logan) Bartholomew [email protected]
*Keira Culley [email protected]
Jarod Fincher [email protected]
*Kusuma Devi Alaparthi [email protected]
Ben Walusiak [email protected]
Ideen Modarres [email protected]
Hailey Butman [email protected]

 

Biochemistry (CHEM 3165)

*Kusuma Devi Alaparthi [email protected]

 


Additional Tutoring Options

Alpha Chi Sigma (AXE)

Free tutoring to GW students on Mondays, 8–10 p.m., Philips 109

Academic Commons

In-person or online peer tutoring, group or individual coaching, drop-in hours and review sessions