Humanities and Social Science Tutors

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CALUM

Gender: Male

Education: BA (Honours), Psychology, Queen’s University (2018)

Teachable Subject(s): Psychology, Statistics, Health Science, Research Paper Writing, SPSS, R studio

Language(s) Spoken: English

Tutors in the Following Area(s): West Toronto, East Toronto, Etobicoke, University of Toronto, Ryerson and York University campuses. Anywhere accessible by TTC.

Awards and Distinctions: Dean’s List 2014-2015, 2017-2018


CHAI YING

Gender: Female

Education: Bachelor’s of Psychology, HELP University, Selangor, Malaysia (2018)

Teachable Subject(s): Psychology and Related Subjects, Basic Mandarin

Language(s) Spoken: English, Chinese, (Cantonese, Mandarin), Malay

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Downtown Toronto

Awards and Distinctions: Graduated with a Second Upper Class Honors, Peer tutor and a member at Psi Chi The International Honor Society in Psychology, Presented at Malaysian Psychology Student Assembly 2018.


EDWARD

Gender: Male

Education: MA, English, University of Toronto (2018); BA, English, University of Toronto (2017)

Teachable Subject(s): English literature, especially the English Renaissance, Romantic, Victorian and Modernist periods; essay writing, literary and critical theory (including Marxism, psychoanalysis, structuralism, poststructuralism, posthumanism, etc.), philosophy, world literature, film studies

Language(s) Spoken: English

Tutors in the Following Area(s): University of Toronto St. George Campus, along the TTC subway lines and or within a decent distance from them, and also at any Toronto library, preferably the Toronto Reference Library

Awards and Distinctions: Noah Meltz Award (2013); Christopher Wallace Undergraduate Scholarship in English (2015, 2017); Ronald L. Lowman Writing Award (2015); Principal Mariel O’neill-Karch Scholarship (2016); Department of English Book Prize (2017); John W Spitzer Scholarships (2017); Norma Brock Award (2017); The John King Scholarships (2017); Walter O’Grady Undergraduate Scholarship (2017); Viola Whitney Pratt Memorial Scholarship (2017); Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2017-18); SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship Recommendation (2017); Dean’s List (2014-2017); TIFF Top Ten Student Shorts Programme Screenplay; Published by University of Toronto journals VOX and IDIOM, and by the philosophy blog The Partially Examined Life.


HALEY

Gender: Female

Education: BSc (Honours), Psychology, Buddhist Psychology and Mental Health (minor), University of Toronto (2015)

Teachable Subject(s): Psychology, Essay Writing, English (Elementary & High School), Math & Sciences (Elementary)

Language(s) Spoken: English, Korean

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Downtown Toronto – High Park/Lakeshore/Parliament/St.Clair

Awards and Distinctions: President’s Entrance Scholarship, University of Toronto (2011); McAndrew Family Scholarship, University College, University of Toronto (2013, 2014); Marion and Ross Woodman Award, New College, University of Toronto (2014)


Jason

screen-shot-2016-11-18-at-1-59-29-pmGender: Male

Education: BA (Honours), Political Science & History, University of Toronto (2002); MA, Political Science, University of Toronto (2003)

Teachable Subject(s): Political Science courses, Essay Writing

Language(s) Spoken: English, Hebrew.

Tutors in the Following Area(s): All of the Greater Toronto Area

Awards and Distinctions: Innis College Alumni Book Award, University of Toronto (2000); Dean’s List, University of Toronto (2001, 2002); Later Life Learning Scholarship, University of Toronto (2001); Evelyn Cotter Book Award, University of Toronto (2003)


JORDAN

Gender: Male

Education: Master of Public Policy, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto (In Progress); BA (Hon.) Political Science and Sociology, with specialization in Business Management, Wilfrid Laurier University (2017)

Teachable Subjects(s): English / Language Arts, Data Management, Statistics, Economics, History, Social Sciences, Civics

Language(s) Spoken: English

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Downtown, Midtown, Uptown, North York

Awards and Distinctions: Master of Public Policy Fellowship Award (2018); Canadian Sociological Association Outstanding Graduating Student Award (2017); Laurier Student Alumni Engaged Leader Scholarship (2016)


NANDITHA

Gender: Female

Education: PhD, Digital Humanities, York University (In Progress); MA, World Literatures and Cultures, University of Ottawa (2016); MA, French and Francophone Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India (2015)

Teachable Subject(s): Research and Writing, Essay Writing, English Literature, Comparative Literature, World Literature, Literary and Critical Theory, French Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Introduction to Translation and Interpretation, French and Francophone Literature, Spanish, Digital Humanities, Post-humanism, South Asian Studies, Diaspora Studies, Cultural Studies, Identity politics, Digital Activism

Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Tamil

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Downtown Toronto

Awards and Distinctions: York University Fellowship


RACHAEL

Gender: Female

Education: MA, Sociology, University of Toronto (2008); BA (Honours), Sociology, Cultural Studies (minor), Women’s Studies (minor), McGill University (2007)

Teachable Subject(s): Sociology, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies

Language(s) Spoken: English

Tutors in the Following Area(s): West End and Central Toronto

Awards and Distinctions: Dean’s Honour List, McGill University (2006); Quebec Government Bursary (2008); S.D. Clark Student Grant (2011); University of Toronto Open Fellowship (2007-2012); Canadian Sociological Association Student Grant (2011, 2013)


RACHEL

Gender: Female

Education: BA, Philosophy, York University (2017)

Teachable Subject(s): English, Philosophy, Humanities, Social Sciences, Psychology, Feminist Philosophy, Reasoning & Argumentation

Language(s) Spoken: English

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Toronto (closer to downtown is preferable), willing to commute further if session is over 3 hours.


STEPHANIE

Gender: Female

Education: BA, History, Gender & Women’s Studies (minor), York University (2016); MA, History, University of Toronto (2017)

Teachable Subject(s): History, Anthropology, Essay Writing, Social Science, English, Humanities, Gender Studies, Indigenous Studies

Language(s) Spoken: English, Portuguese

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Etobicoke, Mississauga, North York, Toronto (any location accessible by TTC subway lines)


THERESA

Gender: Female

Education: Bachelor of Theology, University of Western Ontario (2016); BA, Psychology, University of Western Ontario (2018)

Teachable Subject(s): Theology/Religious Studies, Psychology (including Research Methods and Social Sciences Statistics), Essay Writing, English, Social Sciences

Language(s) Spoken: English

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Toronto, North York, Etobicoke, Richmond Hill, Markham

Awards and Distinctions: Dean’s Honour List at Huron University College (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)


VICTORIA

Gender: Female

Education: BSc, University of Toronto (2001); MA, Sociology and Equity Studies, U of T (2012); PhD, Sociology and Anthropology, the University of Ottawa (In Progress)

Teachable Subject(s): Sociology, Anthropology, Career Counselling, Statistics for Social Sciences

Language(s) Spoken: English, Russian

Tutors in the Following Area(s): Downtown, Uptown, Rosedale, Lawrence Park, Summer Hill, University of Toronto; York University, Ryerson University campuses.

Awards and Distinctions: NSERC scholarship (2013)


XYLIA

Gender: Female

Education: BA, Psychology, Anthropology (minor), St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (2010); BA (Hons.), Sociology, Psychology (minor), Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Nfld. (2017); MA, Sociology, York University (In Progress)

Teachable Subject(s): Sociology, Social Psychology, Social Sciences, Essay Writing

Language(s) Spoken: English

Tutors in the Following Geographic Area(s): Negotiable, but all of Toronto accessible within 2km of the TTC Subway Line, York University Keele Campus, Western North York, and Downtown Toronto preferred.

Awards and Distinctions: New Minas Sunrise Achievement Scholarship (2007); St. Mary’s University Entrance Scholarship (2007); PepsiCo Foundation ExCEL Scholarship (2007); WAMUN (Women’s Association of Memorial University of Newfoundland) Mature Student Scholarship (2015); Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean’s List (2015-2017); Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Essay Prize (2017); Dr. J. Douglas Eaton Scholarship (2017); York Master’s Fellowship (2017); York Graduate Scholarship (2017)