MSE Drop-in Tutoring: Winter 2024
Drop-in tutoring covering the sophomore and junior MSE curricula is available every Monday-Thursday from 4:00-5:00 PM when classes are in session.
This effort is part of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering's continuing effort to make the major a welcoming and inclusive space for all students to learn.
We expect that students may be able to make a better tutoring relationship by working with the same tutor, an MSE senior, across multiple classes instead of only using individual class office hours.
Curricula taught in 2000- and 3000-level MSE classes
Drop-in hours are cancelled on nights before holidays and during university breaks.
Fontana Laboratories room 2130
Virtual tutoring - Zoom link
|4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
To schedule additional tutoring hours, email the times you are available to email@example.com.
I am a fourth year MSE student from Columbus. I am especially interested in semiconductors and electronic materials. I like the MSE program because of how it blends fundamental research and engineering applications. I work with Dr. Grassman's research group by studying epitaxy for solar and optoelectronic devices, and I'm planning on going to graduate school next year.
I am from Bellefontaine, Ohio and this will be my fourth year in the MSE program. I am focusing on semiconductor and electronic materials, and I am also involved with ceramics and polymers through research and additive manufacturing. My favorite thing about MSE is the diversity of knowledge it brings, allowing it to be applied to such a diverse amount of fields and areas in engineering. From plastics to superconductors or product design to failure analysis, the routes you can take are endless. I currently work with Dr. Gouma researching chromic effects in dielectrics for sensor and energy saving applications. I plan to continue research in graduate school.
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