...Prior to that, I worked for more than twenty years as a professional physicist in the area of materials characterization (crystal structure, chemistry, material interfaces, nanotechnology). I have worked in both academia (University of Houston and Penn State) and industry (Motorola).
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...Teaching assistant for Biochemistry at Cornell University.760 Reading on SAT, experience tutoring SAT Reading to high school studentsThank you for taking the time to read about me. I look forward to helping you with your learning needs, and help you reach your goals!770 Math SAT, 760 Reading SAT... (read more)
...I use this approach in the classroom as well. I also take pride in simplifying mathematical concepts for students who may find some more difficult. I currently serve a small suburban high school as their junior-senior high principal. (read more)
...I may have better communication skills than many in this field, as I am the son of a teacher. As my Free Response shows, I passed the Society of Actuaries exam covering Linear Algebra. I elaborate here that I passed on my first try with a "7", which is 110%-120% of the minimum passing score. (read more)
...These programs included I/O portions to enable multiple uses. Linear Algebra (Matrices) was a course I successfully completed with an 'A' as a student. I have successfully tutored students in the course since that time in MATH 220 as it is offered at Penn State. (read more)