...Initially, I studied Architecture at Penn State and switched Architectural Engineering to get a better understanding of math and physics (which was more difficult than it seems).
The reason I did well is because architecture school taught me to focus on connecting information and focus on the w... (read more)
...I am a down to earth person who genuinely enjoys working with college and high school students and seeing my students excel and grow overtime. Since I am relatively young (only 23), I am able to relate to a lot of my younger students and help them gain a passion for the classes they struggle with. Outside of academics, I enjoy lifting weights, running, and playing the guitar. (read more)
...I have developed two iOS applications and have been involved in several other software projects. I have experience in C/C++, Objective-C, Java, MATLAB, Macro Express, and TradeStation's EasyLanguage, as well as limited experience in several other programming languages. Much of my work has been in iOS development as well as MATLAB's Simulink/Stateflow code generation process. (read more)
...I also was a teaching assistant for the lab portion of organic chemistry and for real analysis in Benedictine University. I currently tutor math and chemistry at another community college as a professional tutor. I love tutoring because I love to make math accessible to everyone. (read more)
...I have a genuine and sincere passion for teaching and tutoring mathematics, which is reflected in my students’ positive attitudes towards the course. I tutor in a style that most of the tutors have not experienced before. I have a solid background in Math since high school and a master degree in Applied Mathematics. (read more)