...I have a Master's and B.S. (with Honors) in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. I have a strong background in physics and math (including calculus).
I have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and wrote my dissertation on a physics topic. I have a Master's and B.S. (with Honors) in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. (read more)
...For example, my five current statistics students each came to me feeling very confused. But after a session or two, each one knows what they are doing, why they are doing it, and how to do it; it all makes sense. By the end of our time together, the most frequent comment I get is, "Wow, statist... (read more)
...I also encourage honest and active participation from students so that I may reflect and revise on the feedback that my students share. My greatest honor is that I also brought up two children - one daughter that graduated from West Point and a son that graduated from M.I.T. During their young... (read more)
...If you become truly interested in the material you are learning this naturally enables you to focus better, ask meaningful questions, and remember the material. It's great when I see a student overcome difficulty & anxiety about math and begin to succeed & gain confidence in his/her ability in i... (read more)
...I have MSEE and BSEE degrees from MIT. Trigonometry gets students to think about math from a whole new angle - from the perspective of a circle instead of the square grid used in Algebra - and is the foundation for architecture, civil and electrical engineering. Sines and cosines are expressions of complex exponential functions which are the core of calculus. (read more)