The Academic Resource Center (ARC) at Rollins School of Public Health offers free writing and quantitative tutors for degree seeking students. Writing tutors are available by appointment and Quantitative tutors have both drop-in hours and appointments weekly.
Quantitative tutors work with students to understand epidemiological and statistical concepts and methods introduced in their coursework, apply these concepts to their research projects, and provide support for students conducting quantitative analyses. The tutors' goal is for the student to understand concepts and methods so the student can apply this knowledge to the student's own work. Tutors are familiar with SAS and R Programming Languages.
Writing tutors work with Rollins students in the planning, drafting, and revising of research articles, conference papers and abstracts, theses, personal statements, class assignments, and final papers. Tutors are well versed in the mechanics of academic writing and use an educational approach to support students. Rather than providing editing services, writing tutors work with students with the goal of explaining and strengthening writing concepts so that students can apply new knowledge and techniques to their future writing projects.
**ALL appointments and office hours for the remainder of the Spring 2020 term will be on Zoom. Zoom links for drop in hours are posted below.**
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Quantitative tutor office hours for Spring 2020*:
Wednesdays: 9AM-12PM and 1PM-3PM with Zerleen Quader (https://zoom.us/my/zquader)
Thursdays: 10AM-2PM with Lasha Clarke (https://zoom.us/my/lasha)
*You will enter office hours in a zoom waiting room. Tutors will admit students to a meeting in the order students enter the waiting room.*