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Olivet Nazarene University (Geology)
Texas Christian University (Master's)
Originally from Illinois, I moved to Texas last year to attend Texas Christian University for a Master's degree in Geology. At TCU, I have been privileged to work as a Teacher's Assistant, teaching three labs a semester, and have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. During my undergraduate years at Olivet Nazarene University, I was given the opportunity to TA for three years in Chemistry, Astronomy, and Geology. It was during these times that I realized I wanted to teach for a career. The joy of seeing a student, who was previously struggling, finally understand a concept and the pride in their eyes is overwhelming and truly fulfilling.
Aside from schoolwork, I spend most of my free time reading and enjoying the outdoors with biking and disc golfing.
Originally from Illinois, I moved to Texas last year to attend Texas Christian University for a Master's degree in Geology. At TCU, I have been privileged to work as a Teacher's Assistant, teaching three labs a semester, and have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. During my
We have only had one session but I already feel that I will be able to accomplish my goals working with her.
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Julia helped my daughter with high school Honors Chemistry. She was knowledgeable and successfully explained the material in a manner that helped my daughter understand. She was also able to review a test and two labs in a timely manner.
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