Tasha has more than six years of experience working at the Center for Learning Excellence, both as a student and as part of the CLE professional staff. She can tutor most subjects offered at MacMurray, and she also serves students who need help finding the appropriate resources on and off campus for non-academic needs. Her responsibilities include hiring, training, and managing peer tutors, providing tutoring services, and advocating for students. Tasha has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from MacMurray College and a master’s degree in student affairs administration from the University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse. She is also a member of the Association for the Tutoring Profession.
In addition to being the assistant director for the Center for Learning Excellence, Tasha has taught courses such as Study Skills (for students on academic probation) and developmental rhetoric. During the Fall 2017 semester, she will teach one of the First Year Experience courses (MACM 108) and Leadership in Action (LEAD 208), a course for exceptional second-year students.
Last updated: August 2, 2017