I earned my PhD in Physics at the University of Connecticut in 2011 and have been working as a visiting assistant professor of physics since that time, but I have been involved in lecturing and tutoring since college.
- Siena College: Worked as a tutor hired by the physics department, tutoring introductory physics and calculus.
- University of Connecticut: Worked as a private tutor in physics for UCONN students.
- Worked as a private contractor for an internet-based tutoring company, tutoring in physics, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus.
- University of Connecticut (2004-2011): TA for various laboratory courses, recitation sessions, and course lecturer for calculus-based physics.
- Quinnipiac University (2011-2012): Course lecturer for conceptual physics and algebra-based physics.
- College of the Holy Cross (2012-present): Course lecturer for (calculus-based) introductory physics courses and the mathematical methods for physicists course.
I am energetic, passionate, and professional. I have experience in various levels of physics and math, and it gives me joy helping students to understand these concepts.
My rate is flexible and I am willing to offer discounts for group sessions and multiple-hour sessions. Please don't hesitate to ask about any of these options.
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