Academic Support Programs

Tonight at CLUE

CLUE is the UW's free, late-night, multidisciplinary study center located in Mary Gates Hall. We offer drop-in tutoring, discussion sessions led by graduate and senior undergraduate students, as well as a writing center

 

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Shout Outs

Through CLUE I have made new friends. It helped me adapt to college classes by teaching me useful techniques in writing papers and reading effectively.
I loved the discussions because they allowed me to think of the topics on a deeper level, and encouraged others to do the same.
You believed in me and gave me the extra opportunities I needed to succeed and I thank you.
Shout out to Thao for a great Physics 123 review session last night! It was definitely helped me review the material! Probably the best session I've been to yet! Keep doing you!!! :)
Shout-out for Ryan Beaty for a great review session for PHYS 322!
Jesse was really helpful with teaching Math 307!
I had Jesse for the MATH 309 Exam Review Session on April 26th, 2015. I had a great experience -- Jesse was incredibly clear, helpful, and it was evident that he knew exactly what he was talking about. I felt like he was able to help me understand the necessary concepts that I needed to know in order to do well on my exam this week. He did an amazing job and I would recommend that he do ALL of the future Math Review Sessions. Keep up the amazing work Jesse!
Jesse is the best. I am always relieved when I see that he's my tutor for a review session, because I know I'll be in good hands. Honestly. This man should be a professor. He's very thorough and friendly, and even excited. He's great at what he does and always puts on the most helpful review sessions. I'm his biggest fan. He's knows exactly what we're going over in class and really lays it out.
Math 307 exam review on 28th April by Jamie Nunez was great. She sure is a good clue tutor :)
The Excel workshop was very informative and I learned a lot. But, it was hard to find out information about the session after I heard about it during the CLUE Dawg Daze events. Next time post time/location/room number on the CLUE Website.
CLUE excel workshop was really helpful! I never used excel before coming here, and now I feel confident enough to use it for chem 142.
it cool
All of Chloe's math exam review sessions are super helpful! She's a huge help and has a wonderful attitude!
Great program with excellent, accessible resources
Clue is great. Does this show up on the website?
Because of CLUE, I got a CLUE!
I love Jamie and everyone is so helpful!
CLUE is AWESOME!! Love the exam review sessions, they should expand that and offer reviews for more classes!
Shout out to Katie for helping me with the math 125 midterm papers. You rock!
wow so awesome
CLUE IS LIT
fantastic, just great!
Ben facilitates great dank meme seminars
It's always good to know that there's CLUE I can go to to get help and meet peers who are also struggling
BIOC441 discussion session is cool
Nala is the best FDM partner ever! :)
Juan wad a beast last night!! ;)
You don't need to be a detective to get a CLUE.
If you're staying up until 2, don't rue, visit the CLUE crew. Moo.

Updates & Cancellations

Thursday, February 23rd 2017

  • CHEM 162 A Exam Review 8-9:30pm MGH Commons

Sunday, February 26th 2017

  • MATH 124 Exam Review 8-9:30pm MGH 241

Tuesday, February 27th 2017

  • PHYS 123 6:30-8pm MGH 389
  • PHYS 121 8-9:30pm MGH 389

Wednesday, February 28th 2017

Thursday, February 28th 2017

Meet the Tutors

Anton

Subject: Chemistry
Major: Chemical Engineering
Year: Junior
I'm excited about: Thermodynamics, solar cell chemistry, organic synthesis
I've taken:

Chem 142/152/162, 237/238

Ask me about: Backpacking, guitar, basketball

Sriram

Subject: Math
Major: Chemistry and Biochemistry
Year: Senior
I'm excited about: Organic Chemistry
I've taken:

142, 152, 162, 237, 238, 239, 241, 242, 312, 317, 455, 456

Ask me about: Basketball and movies

Brian

Subject: Biophyiscs
Major: Senior
Year: Senior
I'm excited about: Understanding how things work has always been a hobby of mine, even when I was a small child, and studying physics allows me to do so on a daily basis. I've also found that a basic understanding of physical concepts makes everyday life more interesting and enjoyable, as studying physics tends to cause one to look at and perceive things from a different point of view, which leads to new thoughts/ideas/experiences.
I've taken:

121, 122, 123, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 231, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, and 429

Ask me about: I'm interested in biological phenomena, biological, industrial, and automotive engineering - both electrical and mechanical. I enjoy spending time outdoors, spending time with family, animals, playing soccer, and snowboarding to name a few.
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