My name is Vladimir L. and I graduated from the University of North Florida in December 2011 with a Bachelor of Science Degree (Magna Cum Laude) in Physics along with a Minor in Mathematical Science (a.k.a. Mathematics Minor) as well as an Associate in Arts Degree (High Honors) from Florida State College at Jacksonville.
My academic record consists of numerous accolades consisting of both academia and professional experiences. My most recent academic award was that of "Outstanding Physics Graduate (Academic Year 2011 - 2012)" supplemented by induction into several honor societies: Phi Kappi Phi (National Honorary Society - 2012), Pi Mu Epsilon (National Honorary Mathematics Society - 2011), Sigma Pi Sigma (National Physics Honor Society - 2010), and Excellence Student Awards Program in Physics (2008). Professional academic experience consists of research at the University of North Florida (Computational Neuroscience - 2011), Columbia University (Computational Astroparticle Physics - 2010), and Florida State University (Theoretical Mathematical Biology - 2009).
I started my tutoring career at Florida State College at Jacksonville in 2006 in Mathematics tutoring various subjects within the field of mathematics: beginning algebra, intermediate algebra, college algebra, elementary statistics, etc. This was soon followed by tutoring experience in Physics starting fall semester 2009 following my transfer to the University of North Florida. Hence, I've been tutoring various mathematics subjects since 2006 (7+ years of experience) as well as physics since 2009 (4+ years of experience), thus, I would consider myself well versed in both mathematics and the sciences. I have a passion for tutoring (as well as teaching) because not only do I enjoy the subjects that I tutor but also knowing that I played a part in the academic success of my tutees and students!
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