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Need extra support with your EECS coursework? Weinberg can help with that! We’re glad to be able to provide a free EECS tutor for CogSci Computation Track students (or students who are planning to declare the CogSci Computation Track). The Computation Track tutor is not an IA and won’t have access to the auto-grader, but can provide support with conceptual questions, study strategies, and more for classes such as EECS 183, 203, and 281.
Meet Claire Wan!
Computation Track Tutor for Fall 2021
Claire Wan is a junior studying cognitive science on the computation and cognition track. She is also pursuing a dual degree with the School of Information as well as minoring in computer science.
Claire chose cognitive science because she liked how it allows her to further study the relationship between people and technology, and it combines her interests in computer science and the study of the mind. She also likes the interdisciplinary nature of the field and its wide area of applications.
Claire also does research at the U of M Transportation Research Institute. She enjoys playing piano and flute, and she plays in the Michigan Pops Orchestra. Claire likes to stay active especially by swimming, running, or playing soccer.