PSI or Peer Supplemental Instruction is a program that allows students who have done well in previous math and science courses to help students who are currently taking the course.
“I am a college algebra and precalculus leader” Carmen Roland, psychology major said, “We cover a variety of topics such as logarithms, trigonometry, polynomials, quadratics, etc.”
The sessions usually last an hour and are hosted by 1 or 2 PSI leaders.
“Every session that we hold is unique.” Nancy Sardar, Software Development major said. “It’s always interesting getting to know a new student and figuring out how best to help them understand different concepts. It’s always fun to encourage the students to work in groups and with each other.”
“It’s a great place for students to practice what they are already learning in a low-stakes environment,” Roland said.
This year the PSI program had a total of 35 PSI leaders.
“The faculty of the School of Science & Technology would like to celebrate our hard-working Peer Supplemental Instruction leaders!” Dr. Cindy Achat-Mendes said “Thank you PSI Leaders for your conscientious service in helping fellow students attain success in their academic journey”
Below is the list of PSI Leaders this semester.
Those without photos are: