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Allegheny College (English)
Boston University (Master's)
I'm a professional writer/editor with 10 years of professional writing experience and bylines in Technology Review, Discovery Channel, and New Scientist. I also have 15 years of tutoring experience, from high school seniors to tenured faculty members at MIT. I am a certified teacher in Massachusetts for Middle School General Science, have taught English/Writing/Communications at several Boston area universities, and achieved a perfect score on the writing section of the GRE.
Virtually all of my work involved communicating the importance of science, health, engineering, and technology. As such, I work very well with students in the various STEM disciplines.
I've done my own biological and ecological research across the western United States. I've also worked at the world's two largest particle physics laboratories (CERN, outside Geneva, Switzerland, and Fermilab, outside Chicago, Illinois) and written about science for more than ten years for a variety of national and international publications.
I am an experienced writer who has taught English/Writing/Communications at the college level and understand what college instructors expect, and the kind of writing instruction most high schools provide. I was also the Sergeant at Arms of my local Toastmasters club, and love public speaking and helping others over come their fears to become effective public speakers..
Whether it is science, history, English, writing, test prep, personal statement writing, I can help your son or daughter realize their true potential. Contact me today to set up a meeting! I'm a professional writer/editor with 10 years of professional writing experience and bylines in Technology Review, Discovery Channel, and New Scientist. I also have 15 years of tutoring experience, from high school seniors to tenured
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