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University of Maine (Mathematics - BA)
University of New Hampshire (MBA)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Master's)
I'm a believer in education - lifelong education. I have a bachelor's degree in Pure Mathematics, a bachelor's degree in Industrial Technology, an MBA from the University of New Hampshire, and a Master's in Engineering Science from RPI. These degrees were earned over a span of forty years, the last being awarded in 2010. I was named a National Merit Scholar Finalist as a high school student and achieved a 760 (99th Percentile) on the GMAT in 1999.
I retired from the Pratt & Whitney Division of the United Technologies Corporation in 2010. After a three day break, I became a full-time mathematics professor at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. When I reflect on the many facets of this occupation, I find that I most love the one-on-one interaction with students who require a bit of extra help. We have a tutoring center here at the university, but I make myself available several hours a week to fulfill that need.
I'm currently teaching Precalculus and Statistics. Fully qualified to help you with Algebra, Geometry, Probability and preparation for the SAT or GMAT.
I'm a very patient instructor who's fully invested in your success. I realize that math is a difficult subject for many people and I will work to find the level of instruction that works for you. I'm a believer in education - lifelong education. I have a bachelor's degree in Pure Mathematics, a bachelor's degree in Industrial Technology, an MBA from the University of New Hampshire, and a Master's in Engineering … Read more
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I've often worked closely with non-traditional students at the university. Many were several years removed from the classroom and I devised materials to assess their level of readiness and pick the appropriate point at which to resume their studies.