Questions about using the UTA Libraries? Talk with a Research Coach!
Research Coaches are available in-person in the Academic Plaza, 2nd floor Central Library
SUMMER 2019 SEMESTER
Sunday - Thursday, 9am - 10pm
Friday & Saturday, 9am - 8pm
Drop-by the Academic Plaza or email Diane Shepelwich, firstname.lastname@example.org, for research help.
I am a junior Business Management major with a minor in Korean. I gained experience with the research process through a program at my high school called the International Baccalaureate. In this rigorous program, I had to do research in all of my classes and this truly helped me become more experienced with research and formatting papers. I'm always willing to help with anything that I can, so do not ever hesitate to come and talk to me! I'll be at the library roaming or sitting near the center of the 2nd floor. (2/2019)
I am a junior majoring in software engineering. I have always been fascinated with the process of research and the insight it provides. I was able to develop my researching skills through the courses I have taken so far. Having research skills is extremely valuable, and we are here to help you develop it. Feel free to visit us on the second floor of the Central Library. The other research coaches and I are always ready to help! (2/2019)
My name is Cassandra, I am a pre-nursing sophomore. I am very familiar with research because of previous AP classes I took in high school. My time at UTA has also taught me valuable research skills. I am able to guide students through the research process and show how to format MLA and APA papers. I am available by email and also on the 2nd floor of the Central Library. I will try to help you in any way I can! Feel free to talk to or email me at any time, I am a very friendly person, always willing to help you out. :) (2/2019)
Hello! My name is Austin Pickell. I’m a sophomore studying towards a major in Electrical Engineering. I first started researching in high school, where I wrote multiple argumentative and informative papers for my AP English classes, with topics ranging from biology to history. Starting college, I wrote even more argumentative papers for my last English class. I’m familiar with both MLA and APA formats. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. I’m available in the Central Library on the 2nd floor. Feel free to stop by! (3/2019)
Hi! My name is Maleha, I'm a junior pursuing a major in Civil Engineering. I'm a friendly, patient and understanding person. I enjoy meeting new people on the daily, so if you want to come by and say hello, you can! While I have been in college, I have had to write many research papers so I feel confident in my abilities to help you. I am here as a guide to help you be successful in your educational pursuit. (2/2019)
Hi, I'm Amily! I'm pursuing a degree in software engineering. I've done a few research projects/papers for many courses: English, Biology, and History. I'm comfortable with any subject, so feel free to ask about anything! I love meeting and helping people. If you have ANY questions, feel free to email me or find me on the 2nd floor of the Central Library :) I look forward to meeting you! (3/2019)
I am a sophomore majoring in Mathematics with a focus in Acturial Science. I am an international student from India. My interest in research started when I began doing MUNs (Model United Nations) in High School. This interest led me to participate in research based projects in and outside of classroom. At UTA, I have taken classes where I was required to conduct my own research to write papers. I am familiar with the different databases and research resources provided by UTA Libraries. I also acquire the knowledge of different resources on campus to help students with academics and involvement outside of class. In the past, I have held various leadership roles which make me a person with well rounded knowledge. I am very pleased to be working in the position of Research Coach and I look forward to helping more and more students in times to come. (3/2019)
Hi, my name is Adam Perez and I am a freshman planning to major in Civil Engineering. I love talking and meeting new people, so don't be shy to ask for help. In high school I became familiar with the research process by working on projects such as constructing a down scaled Roman Aqueduct, making an underwater ROV for the Grand Prairie Fire Department, building a functioning AM/FM Radio, and creating a plat of Dubiski Career High School. If you're in need of help or have any questions, I'll be on the 2nd floor of the central library. :)
Hi, I'm Amanda! I'm a sophomore majoring in Statistics. I've had a lot of experience writing papers for subjects like English and History in high school. That combined with my training and personal research at UTA have made me very familiar with the research process. If you ever need research help, feel free to stop by the second floor and I'll be glad to help you. Happy researching! (2/2019)
Hey everyone! My name is Rishikesh Joshi, I'm a grad student studying computer engineering here at UTA. Research has always intrigued me and made me curious about the subject, my first research paper during my undergraduate studies was about digital wallets in general and it had a lot of errors at first, so I understand how frustrating it could be to figure out the intricacies of a research paper. If you do happen to pass through the second floor at the central library, we can always meet up and discuss the details of the papers or anything else that you might have on your mind. Hoping to see you soon! :) (2/2019)