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Academic Coaching

Academic Coaching: What Is It?

Concerned about academic performance? Want to consult someone about managing your time, test preparation, study strategies, or techniques to gain an academic edge?  A coach is someone who will help you clarify your academic goals and enhance your academic skills and performance. Academic coaching is a partnership that provides an opportunity to explore how your academic performance can be taken to a new level.  The academic coaches in the College of Engineering are available to any undergraduate in the College of Engineering.

Academic Coaching Resources

Academic Coaching FAQ on The HUBBUB.

Questions: engrcoaching@oregonstate.edu

Not an Engineer? You can still get coached through OSU's Academic Success Center.  


To schedule/cancel a coaching appointment click here.

Then click the schedule link for the academic coach you wish to see. Academic coaches are listed below. Academic coaching appointments take place at The HUB (Batcheller 144).

Note: You need to schedule/cancel your appointments at least 24 hours in advance (in order to give the coach enough notice.) 


Academic Coaches 

 

Daniel Blanc-Gonnet

Daniel is a Sophomore in Mechanical Engineering, who graduated high school in West Linn, Oregon. He loves outdoor activities and riding motorcycles. He is part of the University Honors College and the ESRA Rocket Team at OSU.

 

Larajean Lauzen

Larajean is a Junior in Ecological Engineering. She also has minors in Spanish and Naval Science. She is a member of the Naval ROTC Beaver Battalion. She has studied abroad and is involved in intramural sports.

Chelsea McConnell
Chelsea is a senior from Eugene, Oregon, majoring in Chemical Engineering. She is a member of the CBEE Student Club and the Sustainable Energy Initiative. She is addicted to reading good books and loves spending time outdoors hiking and running.

Megan Shadlow

Megan is a sophomore in Chemical Engineering from Salem, OR. She is a part of the Sustainable Energy Initiative, Phi Sigma Rho Sorority, the Society of Women Engineers, and the CBEE Club. In her spare time she can be found reading or crafting projects to relieve stress.