With schools closed, many students find themselves in need of math help. And here at Bard College, many undergraduates, especially international and work-study students, suddenly find that their campus employment has vanished.
We have organized online math tutoring to connect our amazing undergraduate tutors with K–12 students. We aim to provide top quality math (and CS, Physics and more) tutoring without regard for ability to pay (even at no cost). If you are able, we request a donation of $20 per one hour online session, so that we can provide employment to these talented undergraduates. We are grateful for your support of this new venture.
Support the Bard Math Circle Connect with a Tutor!
My name is Tina (she/her/hers) and I’m from Tbilisi, Georgia. I’m a freshman at Bard and my majors are mathematics and computer science. I have been tutoring in math since I was a sophomore in high school, and really enjoy brainstorming different ways of communicating solutions to my students. My hobbies include going on hikes, creative writing, going to escape rooms, and traveling to new places. I look forward to tutoring with the Bard Math Circle!
My name is Waseer Mohamed (he/him/his). I am a graduating senior in the chemistry program at Bard College strongly interested in helping students understand and appreciate the sciences and mathematics. I am also a member of the Men’s basketball team and enjoy spending my time in the lab, playing basketball, working out and reading. After Bard I intent to study engineering and tutor part-time and build my teaching experience.
I’m Jiangli Liu, she her hers, a junior majoring in math and piano performing.
My name is Riti Bahl (she/her/hers). I am a junior Mathematics major at Bard and have been involved with STEM outreach primarily through my TLS project called the Girls Math Club, which I co-lead with Mehreen Kabir. I have previously done one-on-one tutoring with high school students, middle school students and college students. I am a Bard learning commons tutor and tutor in the Math Study Room twice a week. I also help run the Bard Online Tutoring Network. Whenever I’m not working, you can find me playing squash, solving jigsaw puzzles or watching thrillers!
Hi everyone! My name is Anna DeRosa (she/her/hers) and I am a junior Human Rights and Philosophy major here at Bard! I have worked in special education for the past four years where I started out as a math tutor! I plan to go into special education after graduating from Bard next year. I love to read, bake, and learn new things (right now its coding). I look forward to meeting you!
My name is Abby (she/her/hers), and I am currently a freshman at Bard College studying Chemistry and Computer Science. I have previously tutored for Breakthrough Tutoring where I worked with middle and high school students in a variety of subjects -- particularly math and science. I received training through this organization on the basics of successful tutoring and goal-setting strategies for students.
Personally, as someone who was not always such a math wiz, I have had to develop strategies for myself to break down concepts into bite-sized pieces and find new and evolving ways to explain challenging topics. I think this skill has especially aided me in my ability to teach and explain new concepts to others and I would happily apply this skill to help a student who was looking to improve their math skills.
I’m Rose Xu (she/her/hers), a current freshman student at Bard College, also a prospective math/physics major. I am fascinated by the delicate thoughts that scientists use to improve the efficiency of our lives, and I’m happy to share these fun ideas with kids and teenagers! I’m an international student from Beijing, China. My hobbies are dance, theater, photography, climbing, archery, and watching science fiction movies.
My name is Melonie Bisset (she/her/hers), a first year student at Bard College, a half-American schooled in China. I have had many experience working with kids and I enjoy it very much. Doing math has always been my way to relax; I love the simplistic beauty of math. I intend to double major in biology/environmental studies & film and electronic arts. I play basket ball, frisbee, and the bass guitar.
Hello, I am Woochan (he/him/his). I am an international student at Bard majoring in math/physics. I am very interested in math and I have a lot of experience solving homework problems so I think I can be a good resource for you. Also since the sessions will likely be online, I would like to let you know that I have a digital whiteboard (iPad) that I can share with you on your screen so both of us can see what is going on.
My Name is Natalia Dziubelski (she/her/hers), I’m a dual degree student at Bard majoring in Physics and French Horn Performance! Being a physics major, I am naturally drawn to mathematics, and love learning and teaching it. I believe that it’s a necessary skill for every single profession(even music!), and for understanding how things around us operate. In my free time, I like to read, exercise, and make myself a more well rounded person
Hi everyone! My name is Felicia Flores (she/her/hers) and I am a sophomore at Bard College. I intend to graduate having majored in Mathematics and Studio Arts. I am engaged on campus by acting as the Bard Math Circle TLS Leader, the CAMP Coordinator, a Math Study Room Tutor out of the Bard Learning Commons, and a varsity soccer and track collegiate athlete. After undergrad, I hope to become a professional soccer player and attain my PhD in Geometry. After my athletic career, I am aiming to become a professor teaching classes and conducting research on the topic of mathematical art.
Hi! My name is Sankisha Djungu-Sungu (she/her/hers) and I am a Texas native experiencing my first-year here at Bard. I am intending to major in Biochemistry and aspiring to become a dentist but I still have a deep love for Math, which has pushed me to apply myself as a Math tutor. I love working with people in general, but I understand and value the importance of working with and investing in children and their education. I am a member of Bard's Track team and I also manage the Men's Basketball Team during the season. I am also a member of the Bard Black Student Organization, Bard Equal Opportunity Club, and Womxn of Color United. In my free time I enjoy reading, yoga, listening to music, cooking and trying new foods/things. I am excited for what the future holds!
My name is Talia Willcott (she/her/hers) and I am a sophomore at Bard College. I am intending to major in Math and Physics and hope to go into engineering. I love working with kids and believe it is never too early to find a passion for learning!
Hi my name is Emely Galeano (she/her/hers) and I am currently a freshman at Bard College majoring in Computer Science. I have taken several math courses throughout my educational career thus far with the latest being Calc II and Discrete Math. As a Computer Science major I also have experience with Visual Basic, Java, and Processing.
Hi! My name is Skylar Farmer (she/her/hers) and I am here to help as a math tutor! I am a current first year at Bard College and am planning to moderate into the physics program. I play soccer and run track at the college, and I am also one of the heads of the schools physics club! I hope to help other students with math as much as I can because it can be difficult to learn math remotely, especially in these stressful times.
Hello everyone! My name is Nico (she/her/hers) and I am excited to become your tutor and help you have a successful math journey. Something about me that you should know is that I am currently a rising sophomore at Bard and I am planning to moderate in economics. During my free time I love to learn new languages, read, explore new places and also practice sports. Here at Bard, I play on the women's tennis team and I am also a member of the SLC and I'm on the board on PRB because I deeply care about my community and the well-being of my peers. Becoming a math tutor with local students outside campus is a great opportunity for me to become more involved; I look forward to getting to know you and work with you and I believe that together we can achieve great success!
My name is Dante Cardenas (he/him/his) and I'm currently attending Bard College for the MAT graduate program to achieve teacher certification to teach mathematics for 7th-12th graders. I have extensive experience working in Texas with middle and high school students as a substitute teacher, permanent teacher, and tutor in Mathematics, including Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Pre-Calculus. I have an affinity for the Arts, which influenced me to integrate creativity in Mathematics and endorse mathematical language fluency. My hobbies include playing and writing music, enjoying cups of coffee while listening to music, and writing poetry. I am also bilingual with Spanish being my second language.
My name is Rachel (she/her), and I am a creative writing major in my final year at Bard College. I have tutored incarcerated adults as a math tutor with the Bard Prison Initiative for three semesters (advanced algebra and pre-calculus), and have had lots of experience with kids as a babysitter and nanny. Yes, you read correctly––I am a math tutor who also writes fiction and poetry. I have always loved the critical thinking that goes into solving a math problem, and I am a strong believer that the right/left brain divide is a myth. I want to assure students who may feel shut out from math subjects that, with practice, it is impossible not to improve. Math is challenging; it is also inspiring! I look forward to working with you.
My name is Xilin Wang and I use the pronouns he/him/his. I am a junior and I am majoring in Math. I chose to become a part of the Online Math Tutor Network because I want to not only be able to share my appreciation for the subject but also help other students with Math and hopefully help them to explore the beauty of the subject. Other than Math, some of my interests are photography, sculpture, and human-centered design.
My name is Mehreen Kabir. I am a graduate of Bard College. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with a concentration in Science and Technology. I am working towards my Masters of Art in Teaching Mathematics. I love listening to and learning from my students. In my experience teaching, I notice that students enjoy working hands-on rather than listening to lectures. I am a visual learner so I will draw images to help students see the big picture. When I'm not proving solutions, I do yoga, ride bikes, and bake chocolate chip cookies.