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For more than 140 years, UW-Whitewater has provided students with the education and training to begin their careers with a solid foundation behind them. The UW-Whitewater is committed to the development of the individual, the growth of personal and pro...
Brandon Thornton from Sturgeon Bay, Wis., has made the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Dean's List for the 2016 spring semester. These students have demonstrated their academic abilities by rec...Spring 2016Verified by University of Wisconsin - WhitewaterExpand ▾
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Center for Students with Disabilities
Project Assist TutorMarch 2015 - PresentAs a Project Assist Tutor, you are responsible for meeting one-on-one with the student(s) you are assigned with to assist with either the completion of homework of making sure that they manage their time. You are responsible for communicating for meeting times/location (or the absence of if you both mutually agree to cancel or something comes up), what time(s) you are going to meet up for the week, and giving suggestions as to what the student should do first. You are the motivation for them to get their work done, you are the person they ask if they have a question. Responsibility and communication is a must because you must not only take charge with emails or personal communication, but you must also schedule out your time to accommodate to their schedule. It revolves around them, they are the ones that need the assistance, and we are the ones that are called to help.
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University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
StudentSeptember 2013 - PresentCurrently a student attending the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater for a B.S. degree in History with a Minor in Geography. I have an interest in wotking with urban planning and development, as well as the causation for immigration/emmigration for groups of people throughout history.
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