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University of Alaska (Natural Science)
Hello, My name is Danielle and I am passionate about all things science! I served in the US Army Reserves as a Surgical Technician for eight years while attending college all over the US. I graduated with a BS of Natural Science with minors in Biology, Psychology with an emphasis in Environmental Science. I have not formally tutored but I am enthusiastic and willing to share my knowledge in a calm, concise manner.
My background is varied which can benefit any student because I am relate-able and willing to learn myself. I enjoyed teaming up with other students to study and work on assignments because I realize that is the best way to learn. I also have a unique experience because I have attended public, private, military, university and community colleges.
I have formal college education to supplement my experience in Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Biology alongside a minor in Psychology. I own a microscope and consider these subjects tremendously important to me.
I have insight and enthusiasm and would be happy to help anyone understand these subjects. I was a student for a longtime and know how to study, but I can make learning less of a chore and explain the benefits of scientific literacy!! Best of luck :) Hello, My name is Danielle and I am passionate about all things science! I served in the US Army Reserves as a Surgical Technician for eight years while attending college all over the US. I graduated with a BS of Natural Science with minors in Read more
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