arc.aup.edu > ARC-Link Tutors Fall 2009

Photos and bios of all our tutors for Fall 2009

Galia Kraicheva

Galia Kraicheva

I'm Galia, juniour at AUP. I study Politics and Economics + a minor in mathematics. Here at AUP I tutor for some classes and I also participate in AUP Politics Association because its fun. Before I came to Paris I was a dancer and I had to make a choice whether I want to become a stomach surgent, a singer or an economist... well, not that I have yet decided. We'll see. Otherwise, I LOVE dancing and healthy things, I enjoy running and participating in NGOs. And this is what I have been doing for all my life and I will continue doing! I am coming from mathematical high school and I am planning to do economics after AUP so in the meanwhile, if you have questions on maths or econ, come to ask me! See you! :)


Stephanie Ang

Stephanie Ang

Stephanie is 22 years old, from Singapore and studying Business Administration. She is the tutor for Professor Ferre's MA 105 Math for Life.


Tahsina Kabir

Tahsina Kabir

Hey, everyone! I'm Tahsina, more so known as 'Tess' or 'Taz.' I graduated from Hanoi International School in Vietnam last year and this is only my second semester at AUP. But it doesn't take long to get accustomed to the AUP environment due to the existence of such bonhomie and openness. I'm majoring in International and Comparative Politics, and minoring in Applied Math. This semester, I am your TA for Applied Statistics so if any of you ever need help with the course, just drop by (during my office hours, on Wednesday Period 5) and I'd be more than happy to help!


Cassandra Morton

Cassandra Morton

I'm a first year master's student in the Middle East and Islamic Studies program. My background is in US Politics but I received my BA in American History and Spanish from a university in Canada. During my Junior year I studied in Mexico and am thus familiar with Latin American studies as well as Spanish. This is my first year as a tutor at the ARC and I am looking forward to helping out others with their papers.


Tijana Maneva

Tijana Maneva

Hi. My name is Tijana. I'm in my senior year-majoring in International Economics and Global Communications. This semester I'm co-tutoring Prof.Nomani's class Principles of Macroeconomics. If you need help with your lectures, there are TA sessions every Wednesday-period 5 in G1. Those who can't make it to the session but really need help can email me and I'll find a suitable time for a make-up session, but i need to be e-mailed in advance! For any further questions, you can contact me at a69161@aup.fr.


Monik Chaudry

Monik Chaudry

Hi! I'm Monik Chaudhry. I'm an Indian (so yes, I can dish up a mean chicken tikka) and I'm currently in my sophomore year. I like walking through Paris, trying out new cuisines and reading. I do watch alot of TV and I particularly enjoy watching comedies and thrillers (in that order). I'm the tutor for financial accounting and would love to help you with any problems you have. I know math related subjects aren't everybody's dream-come-true (it isn't mine trust me!) and so the best way to deal with numbers is in numbers! So stop by if you wanna know me or your financial statements better :)


Marwa Khan

Marwa Khan

I am a Senior pursuing a double major in International Economics and International Comparative Politics. This semester I am co-tutoring Professor Nomani's class Principles of Macroeconomics. The sessions are held every Wednesday from 15.20-16.40 in G-1. If you have any other concerns or questions, please don't hesitate to email me: a67391@aup.fr


Rachael Levy

Rachael Levy

Hello! I'm Rachael. I'm originally from Florida. All throughout high school, I loved learning French. When I moved to France, I decided to learn it as best as I could, and now, after years of classes in the States and two years here, I think that I finally have a good comprehension of the language. I'm double-majoring in International and Comparative Politics and French Studies at AUP. I know French can be especially hard for AUP students, especially when their majors and minors are not in French and when they have never taken French classes before. In a university where some students are also perfecting their English at the same time, extra tutoring is sometimes needed. This is why I decided to become an ARC tutor. I love that I can come here and help others, and I can also find help for the subjects that are not my forte (at the moment, this happens to be microeconomics and 20th century diplomacy). Since French is not my native language, I'm familiar with the problems French-learners face. I try to help as best I can, so come visit me at the ARC during my scheduled hours, or contact me through my AUP email and I will arrange a specific time that works for both of us. A bientot!