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Sarah is the director of the Math department and head Math tutor at LionTutors. She received a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics and a Masters in Business Management at the University of Florida. Sarah has been tutoring math for over a decade. She has a true talent, and more importantly, a true passion for teaching. Sarah makes math easy by breaking up each problem step-by-step and using language that students understand. We’ll even go so far as to say, she makes learning math fun… well as fun as math can be anyway!
Kyle is one of our tutors for Math 251. He is from Collegeville, which is in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He is studying Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Engineering Leadership Development. He hopes to enter into the aerospace or automotive industry after graduation. At Penn State, Kyle is involved in a THON committee and also his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Corrine is one of our Math 251 tutors. She is studying Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Engineering Leadership Development. Corrine is from Pittsburgh, PA. Outside of class and tutoring, Corrine is a fundraising chair for her THON org, Apollo, and she is also involved in various engineering organizations on campus. In her free time, Corrine enjoys listening to music, (trying) to cook, and spending time with friends and family. Corrine is determined to make Math 251 understandable, so let her know if you have any questions!
Rachel is one of the tutors for Math 251, and she is studying Chemical Engineering. She is from Morristown, NJ. Outside of LionTutors, she is involved in her sorority Kappa Delta, fundraising for THON, and she enjoys spending time with her friends. Rachel is dedicated to making sure students understand the material being taught in class, and she wants students to be as prepared as possible for success. Feel free to reach out to her with any questions you may have!