I graduated from Princeton University with a degree in US history and recently completed a post-baccalaureate premedical program while working in clinical research at Stanford's Cancer Center. I served as lead coordinator on a study looking at the neurotoxic effects of chemotherapy in breast cancer... (read more)
...I was an adjunct professor of physics at San Jose State University in 1981-82. At Ames Research Center I have mentored many undergraduate and post-doctoral students. I enjoy teaching and mentoring and supporting young students’ development. (read more)
...I will help by explaining concepts in plain English. And I help students to learn to see concepts and problems in a way that makes sense to them. For many, Algebra I and II is where the struggles begin. (read more)
...This style of learning allows my students to comprehend the subject as a whole rather than a topic by topic basis. I typically like to assess my students' weakness and strengths early in the relationship in order to tailor the most effective tutoring agenda. This allows me to work with students... (read more)
...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, statistics is really easy."
As my student feedback shows, I am very good at finding and filling... (read more)