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University of Texas at Dallas (Mathematics)
University of Texas at Dallas (Graduate Coursework)
I'm a recent (fall 2015) graduate of UT Dallas, where I received my B. Sc. in mathematics with Latin honors.
I've worked at the math lab as a tutor at UTD for around two and a half years, and this semester (spring 2016) started working at the writing center, also as a tutor. I have also offered private tutoring off and on since graduating from high school in spring of 2012. I enjoy tutoring because I love sharing my passion for learning, math and writing with my students.
As stated above, I have worked at a university-level mathematics tutoring center for about two and a half years now. I graduated cum laude from UT Dallas with my degree in mathematics and I have always had a passion for teaching math.
Writing is my passion and my career goal; I hope to work towards a Ph.D. in philosophy and eventually become a professor. I've always loved writing and my time this semester working at the Writing Center at UT Dallas has only strengthened my desire to write and my drive to share that desire with others.
I look forward to meeting with all new students. I am currently somewhat restricted in my abilities to take on new students since finals are coming up, but send me a message and we'll see what we can get worked out. I'm a recent (fall 2015) graduate of UT Dallas, where I received my B. Sc. in mathematics with Latin honors.
I've worked at the math lab as a tutor at UTD for around
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