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Swarthmore College (Biochemistry)
Stanford University (Enrolled)
My name is Steven, and I am a recent graduate of Swarthmore College, a small liberal arts college located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, where I majored in chemistry and minored in biology. Throughout my time at Swarthmore, I garnered extensive experience tutoring chemistry, biology, and mathematics. Specifically, I have tutored General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, High School Chemistry, Geometry, Algebra I, and Algebra II. My work as a tutor was recognized by the chemistry faculty at Swarthmore with the departmental service award in my senior year.
I am currently attending Stanford University for my PhD in Biochemistry where I research noncoding RNAs and enjoy teaching students from the bay area in a wide array of science and math topics.
I love teaching, I'll work very hard, and I hope you'll choose me as your tutor!
(In case you were wondering, the photo above is of me presenting my research at the 2012 American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting.) Hi there!
My name is Steven, and I am a recent graduate of Swarthmore College, a small liberal arts college located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, where I majored in chemistry and minored in biology. Throughout my
Steven was able to quickly build a rapport and trust with my daughter. Solid knowledge of the subject matter. Very good and questioning to ensure she is grasping the concepts.
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