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Meet the Warhawk Academic Success Center Team

The team of staff and tutors at the Warhawk Academic Success Center are here to help you.  We have you covered whether you need mentoring from one of our student success advisors or help in a specific class from one of our tutors.  Stop by the WASC and start your journey to academic success. 

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Paul Fox
Director WASC
Library Tower
334-244-3383
[email protected]

AuM-WASC-Paul-Fox

Paul Fox
Director WASC
Library Tower
334-244-3383
[email protected]

Jamese Cain

Jamese Cain

Hi, Warhawks! My name is Jamese, and I am a nursing major here at Auburn University at Montgomery. I am a Junior and in my first semester in AUM’s Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing/Registered Nursing Program. I am also a member of AUM’s all female acapella group, AUMcapella. I am able and willing to help you in subjects like biology and anatomy lectures and labs. I will also be able to assist you in NURS 3111, 3120, 3131, and 3900 after the Spring 2021 semester.

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Kimberlee K. Fernandez

Kimberlee is a non-traditional, transfer student. She received her Associate degree from Enterprise State Community College in December 2018. Kim’s first semester at AUM was Spring 2019. Her plans are to graduate in the Fall 2021 with a double major in English and History. Kim will also begin AUM’s MLA program in the Fall of 2021. She would like to earn her Master’s degree and begin teaching English Composition and/ or History Survey level courses, at either a community college, or as an adjunct at a four-year institution. Currently, she is the President of AUM’s chapter of the English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta; the Editor-in-Chief for the 2021 edition of AUM’s literary and art magazine, the Filibuster; an associate editor for the AUM Historical Review, and a tutor at W.A.S.C. Kim loves helping her fellow students, especially in writing (all subject areas), English Composition courses, all Literature courses, Poetry, any genre or period of History, Intro to Philosophy, and helping other student to develop better study skills.

Sarah Fredericks

Sarah Fredericks has a Ph.D. in Literature with a minor in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English from the University of Arizona and a B.A. and M.A. in English from Auburn University at Montgomery. Her specializations include the Long Nineteenth Century, Multi-ethnic American Literature, Narrative Fiction, Mark Twain, and Digital Humanities. She tutors writing in all subjects, especially at the graduate level, as well as study skills and computer literacy.

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Louise F. Gunawan

I am currently majoring in Biology Pre-Health Sciences. I tutor math subjects; Elementary Algebra up until Calculus 1 and Biology 1 & 2 and Anatomy & Physiology 1. I started working as a tutor because I understood how an extra guidance can push me closer towards my goal and the Instructional Support Lab and Learning Center had helped me before. So, I am determined to help others achieve theirs.

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Rafael Gunawan

Hey everyone, my name is Rafael Gunawan but my friends like to call me Raf. I am an international student from Indonesia and a senior majoring in Finance. I tutor business related classes like Business Statistics 1 and 2, Excel for Accountants, Financial Management, and Business Management. But I also tutor non-business classes that I have taken before in AUM, such as English 1010, History 1010 and 1020, and Math 0703 up to 0903. I became a tutor because the learning center has helped me a lot in the past when I was still adjusting to my classes during my freshman and sophomore years. So, I know how important it is being a tutor here on helping students to succeed in their classes. That is why I decided to become a tutor.​

Sera Lee

My name is Sera Lee, and I am currently majoring in Biology Pre-Health Sciences. I tutor math subjects College Algebra (math1050) and Precalculus Algebra/Trigonom (math 1150) in the Learning Center. I chose to work as a tutor to help other students to finish classes with satisfactory grades.

Nicole Luther

Nicole Luther

Hello, my name is Nicole Luther and I am a junior here at AUM. I am currently majoring in Economics with a concentration in International Trade and Commerce. Other than tutoring at the learning center, I am also a part of the Women’s Cross Country team and am the president of S.A.A.C (Student Athlete Advisory Committee).

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Safa Motallebi

  • Tutoring in Mathematics, Physics and Statistics since 2012
  • ESL Specialist since 1997
  • ESL Program Developer at Auburn Montgomery, Fall 2002-2008
  • Undergrad student majoring in Mathematics
  • MA in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • BA in English Language
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Rose Patel

My name is Rose Patel and I am a senior Biology Pre-Health student. I mostly tutor biology courses such as Biology 1010 and 1020, Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Genetics. I also tutor both General and Organic Chemistry courses and some math courses. I like learning new things and am currently practicing to become ambidextrous.

Juan Rodriguez

Hey Warhawks! My name is Juan Rodriguez, and I’m a Biology and Chemistry major at AUM. I am an ISL tutor because when I first needed help with a subject, the tutors at the ISL gave me that and even more to be successful in class! I currently tutor College Algebra all the way to Calculus 1, General Biology 1 and 2, Microbiology, and General Chemistry 1 up until Organic Chemistry 1.

Aditya Singh

Hello everyone,
My name is Aditya, and I am pursuing computer science as my major because I love to do coding. I tutor all the math courses that ISL offers, and I can help you with physics 1 as well as “Introduction to Programming with Python” along with “Functional Programming with C++”. The reason why I became a tutor is that I believe in the concept of learning by sharing and there are many incidents through which I have explored and learned different things in order to help my tutees. Furthermore, I love to dive into the interesting discussion of a mathematical or scientific concept which makes it easier for me to help my peers imagine those concepts. Moreover, I love to help others with their classes so much that I even used to teach my high-school classmates. ISL is one of the best resources at AUM and I motivate you to take full advantage of it.

“Learning gives Creativity, Creativity leads to Thinking, Thinking provides Knowledge, Knowledge makes You Great.”

Aryavardhan Singh

Hello! My name is Aryavardhan Singh, and I am a Computer Science major here at AUM. I tutor all Math courses through Calculus 2 and would be eager to help you with Physics 1 and introductory Computer Science courses. I became a tutor at Instructional Support Lab because teaching and sharing knowledge is something I am passionate about, and it has helped me and my tutees tremendously in our professional and academic pursuits. I love to tackle problems and doubts that my tutees may have in a manner that consolidates their foundations and it has helped them to be more confident in their own skills. I am excited and look forward to work with you!”

Pam Tidwell

I received my undergraduate degree in psychology at Birmingham-Southern College. I received an M.S. and Ph.D. in Cognitive/Experimental Psychology at the University of Georgia. Both my thesis and dissertation focused on how to write better instructional text. I came to be on the faculty of Auburn University at Montgomery in September 1993. I taught psychology classes for 26 years before I retired. While on faculty at AUM, I taught various psychology classes including Research Methods, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Research Analysis and Statistics, Sensation and Perception, and Learning and Behavior Analysis. During my tenure as an AUM faculty member, I served as a psycholinguistic consultant to the City of Montgomery and AUM’s Center for Business.

Tyson Wilson

My name is Tyson Wilson. Currently, I am a sophomore who is majoring in English. In addition to my major, I am pursuing a minor in Creative Writing. I am able to tutor numerous courses, especially those that include argumentative papers and speeches such as English 1020 or Intro to Human Communication; I’m also able to help with creative assignments such as those you may encounter in Playwriting.

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Christine Windon

Christine Windon graduated from West Virginia University with a bachelor’s degree in foreign languages, specializing in French. Since graduating, she has been certified as a Laubach Literacy volunteer and an English-as-a-Second-Language teacher; she teaches English classes in local churches twice a week. Creating teaching materials to enable both native English speakers and English Language Learners to grasp grammar concepts more easily is one of her pastimes. As a short-term volunteer, she has taught English in Moldova, Serbia, and Bulgaria. During those overseas visits, she gained more empathy for people learning English; she experienced the challenges of being a foreigner with a very limited vocabulary of the language(s) spoken in each of those countries.  A writing consultant for AUM, she strives to give students the writing skills and confidence they need to communicate their thoughts effectively so that they can succeed in their classes and in the workplace. She tutors writing across all subjects and helps International students improve their English speaking, listening, and writing skills.

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Kara Wooke

I am an undergraduate student majoring in Sociology with an Anthropology concentration and minoring in English and Spanish. The main subject I tutor is general writing, though I can provide some assistance with classes pertaining to my major and minors. I have been attending AUM as a full-time student since Fall of 2017.

Specific subjects/classes I can tutor:

  • General Writing
  • ENGL 1010 (English Composition I)
  • ENGL 1020 (English Composition II)
  • ENGL 2580 (Survey of American Lit II)
  • ENGL 4002 (Four Genres: Creative Writing)
  • ENGL 4140 (Multilingual Composition)
  • SPAN 1010 (Elementary Spanish I)
  • SPAN 1020 (Elementary Spanish II)
  • SPAN 2010 (Intermediate Spanish I)
  • ANTH 2110 (Cultural Anthropology)
  • ANTH 2120 (Introductory Archaeology)
  • ANTH 3810 (Language in Culture and Society)
  • INTL 3000 (Intro to International Studies)
  • SOCI 2000 (Introduction to Sociology)

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8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday

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