As a Ph.D in mechanical engineering I worked at an energy research laboratory constantly using my skills as an engineer, scientist, mathematician and programmer. I also managed a group of 25 engineers/scientist, mostly with Ph.D's and I was a Member, Board of Directors and president of the Society on the Engineering Aspects of Magnetohydrodynamics (June 1990 - June 1991), listed in "Who's Who in Technology Today", listed in "American Men and Women in Science", listed in "International Who's Who in Engineering", attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a full scholarship and attended the University of Connecticut with fellowship. I was also invited to attend an NFL camp as an undrafted player but chose instead to attend graduate school. During my career, I did ground breaking development work in finite element analysis, systems analysis and magnetohydrodyanmics, which resulted in 5 patents. I also started my own business in consulting on computer programming and applied my engineering analysis to financial entities. I am retired now, but occasionally work as Math Adjunct Professor at DSC. Lastly I am well versed in the art of test taking, usually excelling in the tests that I have taken, including getting a perfect score on my math GRE. I am an excellent problem solver and as a teacher/tutor try to teach students more than 1 way to solve a problem.
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