...I taught microbiology and medicine at SUNY Cortland for a couple of years and had so much fun doing so! I have also done research in the plant pathology department at Cornell University. Microbiology is such a fascinating subject – it’s exploring a whole world that we rarely think about – but one that is so incredibly important and beneficial to us. (read more)
...I coded multiple Differential Equations solvers. I tutored multiple Differential Equations Subjects...Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Heat Equation, Wave Equation, Poisson Equation, Euler Equation, etc...
I am very experienced in developing codes using Fortran. I developed multiple codes/subroutines using Fortran. (read more)
I graduated from Cornell University with a BA in biological sciences (concentration: animal physiology) with a >3.9 GPA and have tutored for the Cornell University Department of Mathematics for three (academic) years. I enjoy teaching and helping others experience the joy of learning and underst... (read more)
...Even though math has changed a little since then, I have an ability to understand what I read and explain it in simpler understandable terms. I have helped numerous people in math through the years. Within the last few months I have helped with statistics, algebra and calculus. (read more)
...I have two children now in college, at Ivy League schools. I was their primary caregiver throughout their childhood, and helped them with their schoolwork whenever they needed it. They both took math up through AP calculus (one of them took Calculus BC). One of them took AP Chemistry, the other took AP Physics, so I have seen some of the work done in those classes. (read more)