We've moved! Economics tutors are now located in Murphy 273! Go left off the bridge instead of right!
For more information regarding Economics tutoring or for any questions, please contact Lee Baines.
Here at the Murphy Learning Center, our tutors are all friendly, qualified individuals. All of our tutors have gotten good grades in the classes they tutor and have been recommended by faculty from their department. In addition to their knowledge our tutors are now taking a class designed to make them effective tutors. Meet our tutors!
Brief Biography: I’m a transfer student and have been at La Crosse since last year as a sophomore and love everything outdoorsy; camping, hiking, and especially watersports!
Study Tip: Try to think of things from a "real world" perspective. Think of a realistic situation that applies, and then think about what a rational person would do when trying to figure out a problem. Also, there’s a bunch of great tutorials on youtube! This guy’s pretty cool and easy to understand :) https://www.youtube.com/user/ACDCLeadership
Brief Biography: I enjoy traveling and have been to Germany the past two summers for a study abroad program and undergraduate research. I like learning about and experiencing different cultures and hope to live and work abroad in the future!
Study tip: Try not to fall behind in your classes - anytime you don’t understand something, practice it and ask questions! Find a place and time to study that works best for you to be successful, whether that’s the library, somewhere on campus or off campus, or in your room - the right environment can help a lot when you’re trying to focus!
Brief Biography: I am an avid Game of Thrones fan like many others. I like to spend a lot of my time watching basketball. My favorite team is the Minnesota Timberwolves, and I’m definitely ready to see them break into the playoffs!
Study Tip: Try to work through a problem first before instantly jumping to look at the answer and then working your way backwards. This will help you learn from your mistakes so that you can see what you did wrong and not make that mistake when you go an take an exam.
Brief Biography: I like to consider myself a “modest” traveler and adventurer of the world. I love meeting new people, trying new foods, and generally making new experiences. But I never forget my roots, being born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. I love learning, chatting, eating, cooking, and hanging out with friends.
Study Tip: If the objective is to learn the material, a skill, or a language, then the process should be continued learning over a long period. This means doing a little bit of learning each day, in small concentrated segments. Take every new lesson learned as motivation to continue the habit of learning!