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SUNY at Buffalo (Chemistry)
I have a BS in Chemistry from the State University of NY at Buffalo, an MBA from Cleveland State University, and a Graduate degree in Polymer Science at the University of Akron. My professional background started as a bench chemist, became a lab manager and then a lab director. Most of the time, I worked in the organic and polymer chemistry fields, but I also have experience in some areas of physical and analytical chemistry.
You should know that I have been teaching Honors Chemistry for three years. During that time I have tutored a number of Honors, AP and college level students. I was a professional chemist and lab director for 39 years. I got into subbing and then teaching because I felt that I had spent my working career getting good at chemistry, and then when I retired I stopped using that hard won knowledge which seemed to be a terrible waste. I know chemistry from both the practical applications side (working in industry) and from the teaching/tutoring side. I am quite happy with my second career - I have found that I really enjoy teaching and working with young students!
Contact me with your chemistry issues - chances are good that I can help you! I have a BS in Chemistry from the State University of NY at Buffalo, an MBA from Cleveland State University, and a Graduate degree in Polymer Science at the University of Akron. My professional background started as a bench
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