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The College of Wooster (Mathematics)
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North Carolina State University (PhD)
I have a Ph.D. in applied mathematics. As an undergraduate I obtained a minor in education and gained experience teaching and tutoring students in middle school, high school and college. As a graduate student I tutored students in pre-calculus, calculus I and II and multivariable calculus. I also tutored students in linear algebra.
I am unique in that I have real-world research experience. I spent a few years working at Los Alamos National Laboratory writing simulation tools for radiation physics. I now work at an FFRDC in the D.C. area performing research for our DoD sponsors.
I am happy to tutor entry-level college mathematics, Calculus, Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra. I am also willing to tutor other topics in applied mathematics, such as numerical analysis or intro differential equations. If you don't see a topic listed, but think I may be able to help, send me an e-mail. I also have experience programming in MATLAB and Python.
I have over a decade of tutoring experience in a wide range of mathematics topics. I have a passion for math and am always excited to share that with someone who is willing to put in the effort to learn. I have a Ph.D. in applied mathematics. As an undergraduate I obtained a minor in education and gained experience teaching and tutoring students in middle school, high school and college. As a graduate student I tutored students in … Read more
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