As the semester comes to an end, we would like to dedicate our last #SISpotlight post to our excellent SI Leaders Anthony Bendure and Ryan Niday. 

Anthony Bendure is a junior studying Aerospace Engineering. He has been an SI Leader for 4 months. FUN FACT: Anthony has rebuilt an old muscle car for fun.

The most rewarding aspect of being an SI Leader for Anthony is interacting with the students and seeing them improve in the class. 

Anthony’s best study tip for ME 312 is to do the homework and take the practice exams under a time restriction.

Ryan Niday is a junior studying Aerospace Engineering. This is his first semester as an SI Leader. FUN FACT: Ryan has been a member of the Marching Jayhawks for the past three years.

The most rewarding aspect of being an SI Leader for Ryan is watching students succeed after coming to many sessions and office hours.

Ryan’s best study tip is to practice problem after practice problem after practice problem.


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