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LRC Tutoring Hours

Writing Tutoring: Mon-Fri., evening hours available Mon-Thurs. Contact us to make an appointment.

Math, Physics, Structures Drop-In Tutoring: afternoons and evenings Mon-Thurs. No appointment needed.
All other tutoring: contact us at 617.585.0174 or writingcenter@the-bac.edu or learningcenter@the-bac.edu to arrange.  Please see our full schedule. 


    Hours and Staff

    Learning Resource Center

    Spring 2014 Hours

    NOTE: Schedule subject to change.  The Learning Resource Center is located on the First Floor of 320 Newbury Street.

    By appointment only.  Contact us to check schedule.

    • Mondays - Thursdays:  morning, afternoon, and evening hours available
    • Fridays: morning and afternoon hours available

    Math and Physics Drop-In

    • Monday  3:00 - 9:00 PM
    • Tuesday 2:00 - 9:00 PM
    • Wednesday 2:00 - 9:00 PM
    • Thursday  5:00 - 7:00 PM

    Structures 1, 2, and 3 Drop-In

    • Monday 3:00 - 9:00
    • Tuesday 2:00 - 9:00
    • Wednesday 2:00 - 9:00
    • Thursday 5:00 - 7:00

    Private, one-on-one tutoring can also be arranged for the following:

    • Math
    • Physics 
    • Structures 
    • AutoCAD 2D & 3D Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, Photoshop, InDesign, 3dMax
    • Freehand, Orthogonal and Perspective Drawing 
    • and more!

    Please call 617-585-0174 or email writingcenter@the-bac.edu to inquire about availability.  

    Professional Staff

    Liz Stuhlsatz (Manager) has taught Research Writing at the BAC and tutored in the Learning Resource Center for several years. She received her Master's in English Literature at UMass-Boston. She likes Monty Python and the cat on her desk isn't real, she swears.

    Susannah Clark (Writing Consultant) teaches freshmen writing at Emerson College, where she is in her final year pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing. After working as a journalist in Washington D.C., Susannah now breaks the rules and writes Creative Nonfiction. She writes things that she thinks are true, and then spends a lot of time stressing out about if other people will consider them true. She is a proud lefty.

    Tina Kopic (Writing Consultant)grew up in Bosnia, Croatia, Germany and the U.S. which might have contributed to her pronounced fascination with languages and communication. She holds a BA in English, a BS in Psychology and an MFA in Fiction and teaches writing at Emerson and Bentley.

    Miranda Roberson (Writing Consultant)received her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Emerson College, where she currently teaches in the First-Year Writing Program. As a writer, she's most interested in the intersection between research and creativity. Besides writing, Miranda enjoys running, cooking, and eating, often in that order. She is also a proud lefty.

    Chelsea Ursin (Writing Consultant) holds a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Massachusetts Lowell where she also studied Sound Recording Technology, Biology, and English. She has worked as a research and writing intern for the WGBH program NOVA. She is currently a Creative Writing MFA candidate at Emerson College. Her proposed thesis is a book that will combine memoir and research to examine the intersections of feminist theory and rock and roll. She is also planning on pursuing a professional helicopter pilot's license (as soon as she finds the time and money).

    Peer Tutoring Staff

    Mark Beckwith (Structures 1, 2, and 3; Math, Physics, Photoshop and InDesign)

    Dan Broyles (Structures 1, 2 and 3; Revit 1 and 2, Math, Physics, CAD2D&3D, InDesign, Freehand, orthogonal, and perspective drawing, laser cutter modeling)

    Griscel Diaz (AutoCAD, InDesign, Photoshop, Studio, orthogonal drawing, programming, Building Codes)

    Peter Gruhn (CAD2D +3D, Structures 1, 2, and 3; Photoshop, InDesign, 3ds Max, Maxwell Render, Math, Physics, Orthogonal and Perspective Drawing, Python, Revit, model building)

    Ian Hester (Economics, orthogonal and perspective drawing, model building)

    Chris Kirch (Math, Physics, Structures 1 and 2, CAD2D, Maxwell Studio,  InDesign, Photoshop, orthogonal and perspective drawing, SketchUp)

    Johnny Osband (Structures 1, 2, and 3; Math, CAD2D and 3D, orthogonal and freehand drawing; InDesign, Photoshop, model building)

    Ashley Owens (Structures 1, 2, and 3; CAD 2D and 3D, Revit, Math, Physics, Rhino, Adobe software, SketchUp, models)

    Anna Pruller (Structures 1 and 2, Math, Physics, AutoCAD 2D and 3D, perspective drawing)

    Jamie Schwadel (Math, Physics, Structures 1, 2, and 3; Orthogonal and Perspective Drawing, SketchUp, InDesign, Photoshop)

    Alex Siekierski (Revit, Photoshop, InDesign, SketchUp, AGI32, orthogonal drawing, Detailing, Programming and Codes)