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University of Florida (Chemistry)
University of California, Riverside (Master's)
San Francisco State University (MBA)
I've taught analytical chemistry, general chemistry and a variety of general chemistry laboratory classes at the undergraduate level over the past 15 years as a graduate student and now as a professor. My students have given me good reviews over the years and I pride myself in being approachable, fun, professional and rigorous. As a graduate student teaching assistant, I earned the reputation of the TA to see when others might not have been able to solve a tough problem.
In general chemistry, it is practice makes perfect when learning the various problem solving methods. Being great at mathematics is helpful, but often not sufficient when solving chemistry problems involving, for example, stoichiometry or kinetics. I have a toolbox of problem solving techniques that can help keep you on track and serve you well in more advanced coursework. I've taught analytical chemistry, general chemistry and a variety of general chemistry laboratory classes at the undergraduate level over the past 15 years as a graduate student and now as a professor. My students have given me good reviews over the years and I pride myself in being
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I have a B.S. and M.S. degree in chemistry from the University of Florida and UC Riverside, respectively. I've taught general chemistry and general chemistry lab classes at various levels in addition to analytical chemistry lab. I am an active chemistry professor at a local institution.