Rosie is the Director of the LAC. Her 40+ years at UHM includes taking a full-time position at the counseling center right after graduating with a bachelors in secondary education, earning a masters degree in counseling, becoming tenured faculty, earning a doctorate in educational psychology, working in testing, counseling, outreach, career placement, and finally learning assistance. She loves helping students achieve their academic goals with foci on finding the right career, developing effective learning strategies, and sustaining motivation. She finds service the focal point of her career. Besides serving students and faculty, she actively participates in faculty governance, holds leadership positions in national professional organizations and maintains a healing practice.
When she finds time to relax and have fun, she likes to practice calligraphy, sing (with others), dance, read a good book, play with poetry, go bowling, play a fun game of volleyball or softball, and watch football, movies or selected Korean drama.
Adam is the Program Coordinator of the LAC. He earned his B.S. in English and M.A. in Second Language Studies. Helping people learn is his passion. He thrives on assisting people in achieving their academic goals, enhancing their writing skills and acclimating to academia. His academic interests include socio-cultural learning, writing instruction, and program evaluation and assessment.
Outside the LAC, he enjoys nature through biking and hiking. He travels more miles on his bike and on the hiking trails than in his car. He relaxes with dining on flavorful foods and trying to duplicate them in his kitchen. He rarely follows a recipe, so every meal he cooks is an experiment. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. Taste life!
Chloe is here to help you with Economics (130 &131) and any Chinese classes as well! She is a pre-business major now, but leaning toward switching to Economics. She loves to eat, sleep, and study! She is a sophomore/junior, and is involved in the French Club, and the National Organization for Women. She likes to watch the sun rise, and learn all different languages. She believes in teaching you to help yourself learn, and will ask you to explain what you already know to help you grab a hold of the concepts! (it really works!) She hopes to see you in Sinclair this semester! Don't forget to check out her SI session for ECON 131 on Mondays from 3-4 in Sinclair room 110! Bye, chao, au revoir, zaijian, adios, aloha!
Tutoring: Math 100-242, Physics 151/170
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hobbies: Guitar, Videogames, Cooking/Baking, Hiking
Daryl moved to New York City immediately after graduating from Leilehua High School in 2007. After five years however, his love of science drove him back home to study engineering. He values genuine curiosity and enjoys motivating others to join in his appreciation of the universe.
Major: Natural Resources & Environmental Management
Tutors: NREM 203
Hobbies: Soccer, Surfing, Gardening
Kristy aspires to be a natural resource conservationist after she graduates. She wants to preserve and protect Hawai’i’s remaining resources, as well as making it a more self-sustainable place to live. Although she tutors NREM 203, she can also help in other subjects such as chemistry and Japanese. Don’t hesitate to ask for help! :)
Penina, or "Nina" is from the west side of Oahu, and most people don't know that she is a quarter Samoan Also, her name means "pearl" in Samoan. She majors in Accounting, but she's always wanted to go to law school and help families involved in the family law court system as her career. She loves the beach, anything with chocolate, playing soccer, Netflix, and is a die-hard GREENBAY PACKERS fan!
ACC 201, 202
Junior. BS Biology.
Chemistry is his turf.
Biology is his life.
Whales are his addiction.
Piggy banks are his collection.
To be continued.
Tutors math, panther biology, exo-archeology
When not fighting crime and volunteering as as a foster puppy parent, he aspires to be the Comic Book Guy.
Sarah is majoring in Economics and Business. She tutors for Econ 130, Econ 131, Acc 201, Acc 202, Jpn 101, and Jpn 102. Sarah is also a member of the UH band, and enjoys playing the flute in her free time.
Teresa tutors Microeconomics and Chinese. She is majoring in Chinese and working towards a minor in Economics and a certificate in Travel Industry Management (TIM.) She's from American Samoa, although she's full Taiwanese. She loves art (drawing, painting, crafting, etc.), and listening to music. She also enjoys martial arts, and uses that as a stress reliever from time to time.
His name is Thomas, and video games are his passion. He plans to go into medical school after graduating and one day hopes to become a great physician. In order to achieve his goals, Thomas is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree of Science in Biology. He tutors...
BIOL 171, 172, 275
CHEM 272, 273
Japanese 101,102, 201,202, 301