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Penn State University (Biology)
Clemson University (Master's)
I've often said that I'm not a natural at anything except for learning. In my short time on this Earth, I've taught myself things as far flung as guitar and computer programming, as creative writing and the Rubix Cube, as the Kermit the Frog voice and astronomy. I believe that the only way to really live your life is to learn constantly, to challenge yourself, and to find the beauty in all the information coming at you.
I have taught as a long-term substitute in chemistry, and I have significant experience tutoring in engineering, mathematics, and biology. I come from a long line of honored teachers, and I currently have several siblings in the business with access to material. In my spare time, I work as a mentor on a creative writing website.
I have completed all my mathematics courses through differential equations, both my mother and my older brother are math teachers, and I have helped out as a math tutor in high school and college.
I have a degree from Penn State in Biology with a concentration in Biochemistry. I also have a Master's Degree in Bioengineering from Clemson University. I taught as a long-term substitute at Berlin High School in Chemistry and afterwards stayed on as a valued substitute for the Science Department to administer labs and teach lessons when the teachers were absent.
I've often said that I'm not a natural at anything except for learning. In my short time on this Earth, I've taught myself things as far flung as guitar and computer … Read more
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