Engineering Supplemental Instruction
Supplemental instruction in the College of Engineering provides peer-facilitated sessions
for students enrolled in large, historically difficult, engineering and computer science
courses. During these sessions, students utilize active learning strategies to help
students better understand the material. SI Leaders deliver weekly sessions, hold
office hours, and serve as a liaison between students and faculty members.
As shown in the graph below, students who regularly attend SI sessions in engineering
courses are 24% more likely to pass a course!
Spring 2017 Courses (check your class moodle and/or email for time/location of sessions and office hours):
- CE 2200 (Adam Ali): Mondays 5:30-7:30pm in 120 Tureaud
- CE 2450 (Smitkumar Mistry): Tuesdays 6:30-8pm & Wednesdays 4:30-6pm in 204 Tureaud
- CE 2460 (Harrison Longwell): Sundays 4:30-6pm & Tuesdays 7:45-9:15pm in 201 Tureaud
- CE 3400 (Deva Cabezon): Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30-6pm in 1100 PFT
- CHE 2171 (Andrew Jordan): Mondays 6-7:30pm & Thursdays 4:30-6pm in 102 Tureaud
- CSC 2259 (Tristan Miller): Mondays & Wednesdays 4-5:30pm in 129 Tureaud
- CSC 3102 (Thomas Chang): Sundays 4:30-6pm & Thursdays 7-8:30pm in 225 Tureaud
- EE 2120 (Rebecca Runnels): Mondays 4:30-6pm & Wednesdays 7-8:30pm in 215 Tureaud
- EE 2740 (Rebecca Runnels): Mondays 6-7:30pm & Wednesdays 5:30-7pm in 215 Tureaud
- EE 2950 (Ryan Manley): Sundays 4:30-6pm & Thursdays 6-7:30pm in 228 Tureaud
- ME 2334 (Ryan Weber): Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30-6:30pm in 120 Tureaud
- ME 3333 (James Gegenheimer): Tuesdays 5:30-7pm in 105 Tureaud
- ME 3834 (Thomas Willis): Sundays 5-6:30pm & Wednesdays 6:30-8pm in 1100 PFT
- PETE 2032 (Matt Waguespack): Tuesdays & Thursdays 4-5:30pm in 213 Tureaud
*For other courses that offer Supplemental Instruction visit the Center for Academic Success.
To become an Engineering SI, you need to:
- Attend leadership trainings with the Society of Peer Mentors; membership in SPM is
- Get a recommendation from the course instructor (or another instructor in the department).
- Earned an A or B in the course.
- Be willing to attend SI trainings and meetings throughout the semester, including
some weekends and evenings.
- Be willing to work 10-20 hours per week.
For more information, contact James Gegenheimer, SI Coordinator, or Adrienne Steele, STEP Project Manager.
To find out more about the STEP Project, click here.