Physics Department Launches Resource Room for Free Undergraduate Tutoring

20 09 2013

 

For the first time this fall the Physics Department is offering free tutoring for all undergraduate physics courses. The Physics Resource Room, Abelson-Yalem-Bass 403, is open Sunday through Friday afternoons, and in the early evening Monday through Thursday. Manned by physics graduate students and advanced undergraduate physics majors, it will serve primarily students in the introductory courses Physics 10, 11, 15, 18, and 19, but students from upper-level courses will also be welcome to find help there. The exact hours will vary with the semester, but it is anticipated that about 35 hours per week of tutoring will be offered. The current schedule for the resource room is available on the physics department website. Further information may be obtained from the Physics Undergraduate Advising Head, Professor David Roberts, at roberts@brandeis.edu.


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