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Cal Poly Pomona (Electrical Engineer)
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles (Master's)
I came to the USA in 1975 from Vietnam and graduated from Baldwin Park High School in 1981. I then continued to Cal Poly Pomona and graduated in 1986 with a BS in Electrical Engineering. I completed my undergrad program while working full time as an electronic tech at a company in Rancho Cucamonga. I came to work for Hughes Aircraft right after I graduated then continued my education at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and graduated in 1988.
I worked for Hughes Aircraft for 5 years then went on to start my own business where I remained to be self-employed for about the last 20 years.
I always did have a mind for math. Numbers and diagrams and equations came natural to me and I have always excelled. When I was 15, I was selected to represented my school in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in my sophomore year, to a state math contest in the subject on geometry and won 2nd place. I was selected to be the best student in Math when I graduated from Baldwin Park High School in 1981. I have taken advance math courses during my grad school, such as random processes, probability and statistics, signal processing, etc.
Math is fun! Math can help train your mind to be logical and analytical. I've always loved math and science, and I would be happy to pass on the passion of learning math. I came to the USA in 1975 from Vietnam and graduated from Baldwin Park High School in 1981. I then continued to Cal Poly Pomona and graduated in 1986 with a BS in Electrical Engineering. I completed my undergrad
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