MAE Undergraduate Tutoring

Please see below for a list of private tutors. In order to be chosen, tutors had to have earned an A or A-  in the class they plan to tutor. The MAE Department does not provide training for tutors or evaluate their ability to tutor.

Meeting times, locations, payment rates and payment collection will be handled exclusively between you and the tutor. The MAE department will have no involvement in any disputes between the tutor and client for any of the aforementioned subjects.

Please be aware that in your sessions, you and the client will be expected to maintain academic integrity and follow the rules of the University's Code of Student Conduct on Academic Misconduct.

A. Academic misconduct
Any activity that tends to compromise the academic integrity of the university or subvert the educational process. Examples of academic misconduct include, but are not limited to:
1. Violation of course rules as contained in the course syllabus or other information provided to the student;
2. Knowingly providing or receiving information during examinations such as course examinations and candidacy examinations; or the possession and/or use of unauthorized materials during those examinations;
3. Knowingly providing or using unauthorized assistance in the laboratory, on field work, in scholarship or on a course assignment; 
4. Submitting plagiarized work for an academic requirement. Plagiarism is the representation of another's work or ideas as one's own; it includes the unacknowledged word-for-word use and/or paraphrasing of another person's work, and/or the inappropriate unacknowledged use of another person's ideas;
5. Submitting substantially the same work to satisfy requirements for one course or academic requirement that has been submitted in satisfaction of requirements for another course or academic requirement without permission of the instructor of the course for which the work is being submitted or supervising authority for the academic requirement;
6. Falsification, fabrication, or dishonesty in creating or reporting laboratory results, research results, and/or any other assignments;
7. Serving as, or enlisting the assistance of, a substitute for a student in any graded assignments;
8. Alteration of grades or marks by the student in an effort to change the earned grade or credit;
9. Alteration of academically related university forms or records, or unauthorized use of those forms or records;
10. Engaging in activities that unfairly place other students at a disadvantage, such as taking, hiding or altering resource material, or manipulating a grading system; and
11. Violation of program regulations as established by departmental committees and made available to students. 
 

The Code of Student Conduct, Section 335-23-04 can be found online at http://studentaffairs.osu.edu/resources.
It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with these policies, if you have not already.
 


 

CarolineAmling

Caroline Amling
I am a third year in Mechanical Engineering. I have co-oped with GE Aviation and BlueBridge Technologies. I am currently a UTA for FEH and I love helping my peers. I am specifically good at statics and mechanics of materials.

Courses: MECHENG 2020 (Mechanics of Materials)
Hourly Rate: $12
Group Tutoring: Yes
Group Hourly Rate: $20
Email: amling.44@osu.edu



 

EricWolfe

Eric Wolfe
I am a third year studying mechanical engineering. I have experience tutoring intro physics so I am used to helping students with these types of classes.

Courses: MECHENG 2010 (Statics)
Hourly Rate: $15
Group Tutoring: Yes
Group Hourly Rate: $20
Email: wolfe.722@osu.edu
Phone/Text: 315-456-9118


 

Zachary Frederick

Zachary Frederick
Junior aerospace engineering student. Treasurer for Design/Build/Fly and member of AIAA. Interned at NASA Glenn Research Center for summer 2016. Have experience tutoring high school students for the ACT test. Several years of experience working with MATLAB, AutoCAD, and SolidWorks. Can help with homework, projects, and exam preparation.

Courses: MECHENG 2030 (Dynamics), AEROENG 2201 (Intro to AAE II), AEROENG 2405 (Thermodynamics)
Hourly Rate: $15
Group Tutoring: Yes
Group Hourly Rate: Negotiable
Email: frederick.226@osu.edu
Phone: 419-577-9878


 

Azaad Konakalla

Azaad Konakalla
I am Azaad Konakalla, a Sophomore majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on the automotive design and application sectors. Apart from the regular course work, I am competent with SolidWorks and have done Certification courses in AutoCAD and CATIA. Active Member of Formula SAE. Member of ASME Ohio State Chapter.

Courses: MECHENG 2010 (Statics)
Hourly Rate: $13
Group Tutoring: Yes
Group Hourly Rate: $17
Email: konakalla.1@osu.edu
Phone: 614-806-4155
Text: 614-806-4155


 



 

DouglasFritz

Douglas Fritz
Currently a senior, involved in a capstone project, a space systems design project, Rocket Team, and AIAA. Proficient with Matlab. Available most weekends and afternoons.

Courses: MECHENG 2030 (Dynamics), MECHENG 2040 (Statics and Mechanics), AEROENG 3560 (Fluids I)
Hourly Rate: $10
Group Tutoring: Yes
Group Hourly Rate: $20
Email: fritz.209@osu.edu
Phone/Text: 330-204-9165


 

Daniel Yu

Daniel Yu
I am a international transfer student from China. When I was in Tianjin University in China, I learned statics once. I took this course again last semester in OSU due to the transfer credit issue. So I have further understanding in this course.

Courses: MECHENG 2010 (Statics)
Hourly Rate: $15
Group Tutoring: Yes
Group Hourly Rate: $25
Email: yu.1536@osu.edu
Text: 614-620-8716