Hello my name is Rob, and I am currently a CDC-CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellow with the New York City Department of Health. I am a recent Masters Graduate from the School of Public Health at the University at Albany, and I completed my undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY in May 2010. During my academic career at both institutions, I found tutoring students a highly rewarding activity. Over the course of the past 4 years, 2008-2012, I was actively involved with Academic Support Center at The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY. Through the Tutoring Facilities of the College, I lead study clusters focused in the Natural Sciences with groups of 10 or more students, provided one-on-one private tutorial sessions for up to six students a semester, and worked ten hours a week in open-lab drop in sessions. I greatly appreciated my abilities in each of these settings to help students develop and adapt there skills within the specified subjects and recognized the varied needs of individuals.
With my recent relocation to NYC, I am looking to again attain this atmosphere of working with individuals to foster educational growth. From past experience I am eager to once again aid in the understanding of mathematics, natural sciences, and public health coursework. As a special note, I have particular strengths working with chemistry and math students and would be happy to work with individuals across the broad spectrum of grade school algebra or chemistry through masters students in statistics. Previous research experience in microbiology and genetics with the New York State Department of Health also provides a strong background in advanced biology coursework as well. Please do not hesitate to request my services, and I look forward to working with you or your child in the near future.
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