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University of Alabama in Huntsville (English)
National University (Graduate Coursework)
I started tutoring in high school as a member of the writing center at my private college prep academy. In college, I was teaching assistant for cell biology, seventeenth-century poetry and prose, and a PASS leader (peer assisted student study) certified to tutor all English courses offered, as well as most of the sciences.
My minor in college was pre-med, and as such I became experienced in chemistry, biology, anatomy and physiology, genetics, cell biology, and a host of other fields. I worked in a professional genetics lab for approximately three years studying specific genetic variants found in C. elegans.
I was the recipient of both named scholarships at my college for excellence in the literary arts. My focus is undoubtedly critical theory and British poetics of the sixteenth and seventeenth century with a focus on the Metaphysical and Cavalier poets. I am currently finishing off my Master's degree in English Literature.
At the present, I have a relatively accommodating schedule, and am anxious to help you meet new challenges. I started tutoring in high school as a member of the writing center at my private college prep academy. In college, I was teaching assistant for cell biology, seventeenth-century poetry and prose, and a PASS leader (peer assisted
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