Learning Coaches are talented undergraduate students who are motivated to help others learn while deepening their own understanding of STEM subjects. If you are interested in becoming a learning coach, please send a resume to email@example.com
Hello! I am a sophomore studying Chemical Engineering. I am thrilled to be helping with the Full STEAM Ahead LLC as a Learning Coach. I am fascinated by the field of Science and Technology Studies in particular with the politics of technology. I have a passion for all things relating to STEM like any other techie. I enjoy napping, photography, soccer, and reading. I will be a dedicated Learning Coach for your success and don’t hesitate to ask me questions.
Seth Weiss is a sophomore studying Mechanical Engineering at New Mexico Tech. He was homeschooled through high school and graduated in the spring of 2015. Throughout high school, Seth was awarded various achievements in team policy debate. Seth has worked as a tennis instructor for NJTL and USTA and a debate coach for TOF. Seth Weiss currently lives in Albuquerque New Mexico.
Hello, my name is Vanessa Ward. I am a senior transfer student from Santa Fe, NM working toward a bachelors in environmental engineering. This is my second semester at NMT and my second time as a writing coach for the LLC 189L Watershed class. I can provide help to the LLC 189 class for any writing project within the classwork. I look forward to meeting the new students and working with you all again.
Hi! My name is Geoffrey Knox and I am a sophomore of Computer Science here at NMT. I was in the Mobile Computing LLC last semester where my partner and I used phonegap to create a few different rough apps of our own. I am now the Webmaster for the OSL, Advising, and LLC websites as well as a Learning Coach for Mobile Computing. I enjoy school, playing games, drawing, and working more and trying new things on my own project apps.
I am a senior astrophysics major and have been a Learning Coach/OSL tutor since my sophomore year and I thoroughly enjoy teaching and interacting with my fellow techies. I have been involved with research since my freshman year, working on projects ranging from mapping black carbon in post wildfire ecosystems to formulating light curves of asteroids to modeling brain waves. I am always willing to help and am enthusiastic when it comes to meeting new people so please do not hesitate to swing by and say hi.
Conrad Smith is a Sophomore at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. He is currently working towards a double major in Mineral Engineering and Geo-sciences. Conrad has had previous experience as an intern in the Department of Mineralogy at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. His interests include mineralogy, geology, pegmatite studies, hypo-accumulator remediation, mining and mining history.
My name is Albert and I am a junior studying Electrical Engineering here at Tech. My hobbies include listening to music and riding dirt bikes. I will be a learning coach for the Space Vehicles LLC and Robotics LLC this year. I really like robots, so I created a robotics club here at Tech; let me know if you’re interested.
I’m a physics and electrical engineering double major with sides of optics, math, and atmospheric and astrophysics. I’ve been recruited to assist with the Space Vehicles LLC in the EE department this semester. I may be occasionally found outside Workman running my dog, skiing, clowning around with VR, or grousing about the necessity of sleep. I’m aspiring to head for grad school in computational quantum information, plasma, or astrophysics. In my copious free time, I’m working to develop data visualization applications for use with the HTC Vive.