Bachedulor of Science, Florida Atlantic University (Geosciences)
I am a geologist working and taking classes at Florida Atlantic University. I love the material sciences, geology, earth science, etc. I am currently doing a lot of work regarding geophysics with one of my professors in an effort to reduce methane gas release and to reduce the effects of green house gases, particularly in the Florida Everglades. I am 23 years old and plan on pursuing a PhD in a field of geology with a specialization in drone technology in an effort to become a professor.
Before I found my passion in science and changed majors, I was originally enrolled as an electrical engineer. I decided to change majors when I was about 15 credits (5 classes) from graduation. Although very close to finishing school, I could not have been happier with the decision I made. Because of this, I have a very strong background in math and physics. I feel confident teaching a variety of subjects in those fields to a variety of ages. Before entering college, I worked as an aftercare supervisor at St. Ann's School in West Palm Beach, which I feel gave me the ability to relate and tutor any age. I look forward to sharing what I know with anyone who wants to learn!
I have taken up to Calculus III, Differential Equations, Engineering Mathematics and Matrix Theory. I very often use key parts of geometry, algebra (I&II), and Calculus I in the work I do.
I have taken Chemistry I and II for engineers, along with Organic Chemistry I. Those are my sciences not relating to my major, and as far as Material/Earth Sciences go, I have spent time with every subject in the field.
I enjoy teaching new things and showing new things to people that they may have never come across otherwise. I take pride in being able to find particular ways to do things that are easy to communicate to those trying to learn. I am a geologist working and taking classes at Florida Atlantic University. I love the material sciences, geology, earth science, etc. I am currently doing a lot of work regarding geophysics with one of my professors in an effort to
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