Quantitative Resource Center

The Quantitative Resource Center provides services related to quantitative and computational learning across the curriculum through tutoring, consultation and training.

What does the QRC do?

The QRC aims to provide assistance to faculty and students involved in courses that utilize quantitative skills, as well as to those aiming to incorporate quantitative analysis into their teaching and research endeavors.

What is a quantitative skill?

A quantitative skill refers to any skill that utilizes and or manipulates numerical data.

What does the QRC offer?

Individual Tutoring
Dedicated peer mentors and the Director provide personalized support for subjects related to mathematics and programming.
Drop-in Tutoring
Students come together to collaborate, study, and collectively solve problems under the guidance of peer facilitators who have previously taken the course
Workshop Sessions
Scheduled workshops will be held to aid students in mastering programming languages and computational skills. Furthermore, students will have the option to engage in sessions focused on building quantitative techniques prior to their use in class. 
Statistical Consulting
The QRC director is available to provide aid in a range of quantitative, computational, and data-driven concepts. This includes assistance in experiment or study design, data analysis and interpretation, and more. You can book a one-on-one meeting with Erica at https://ericamodeste.youcanbook.me


QRC Drop-In Sessions


Time Location


8:00 - 10:00p.m.

Every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday*

Boatwright Memorial Library, Adams Auditorium


8:00 - 10:00p.m.

Every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday*

Boatwright Memorial Library, Adams Auditorium
*Drop-in sessions will not take place during official University breaks.



Erica Modeste headshot

Meet the Director

Erica Modeste

Erica Modeste has returned to the University, taking on the role of Director of the Quantitative Resource Center. Her academic journey began at the University of Richmond where she earned a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and minored in Latin American and Iberian Studies. Subsequently, she pursued her doctoral studies at Emory University, earning a PhD in Molecular and Systems Pharmacology.

Erica possesses a deep passion for mentoring students, which is exemplified by her previous involvement in both the University of Richmond Integrative Science Experience (URISE) program and the Science, Math, and Research Training (SMART) course. During her time at Emory University, she also engaged in Emory's Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) and Emory Pipeline.

Lastly, Erica's dedication to leveraging statistical analysis for the betterment of humankind shines through her published works which notably focused on characterizing Alzheimer's disease within underrepresented communities. Her commitment to advancing scientific understanding and making a positive impact is also evident through her academic and professional pursuits.

As Erica Modeste embraces her new role, she foresees her contributions playing a crucial role in elevating quantitative achievement within the community.