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East Carolina University (Chemistry)
University of North Carolina (Master's)
I have a gift for helping people 'catch on' to or conceptualize sciences.
Recently, I taught biochemistry and general chemistry as a professor at Vincennes University before moving to NC, so I know the difficulty some students face with understanding sciences.
I have also taught homeschooled students chemistry and other science subjects.
I am passionate about people having a strong understanding of the basic underlying concepts of (bio)chemistry. I also know how to connect people to these concepts with different strategies.
My cancellation policy is 24 hours and I will work to reschedule as soon as possible.
My work space is the Hillsborough Public Library, and I will, at times, arrange to met you at a convenient, appropriate location.
My experience in teaching college students biochemistry and general chemistry and homeschooled students has given me a unique ability to relate to their need for further help.
I would love to help you with your work. Send me an email and we can discuss your needs and schedule! I have a gift for helping people 'catch on' to or conceptualize sciences.
Recently, I taught biochemistry and general chemistry as a professor at Vincennes University before moving to NC, so I know the
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