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University of New Hampshire (summa cum laude) (Electrical Engineer)
University of New Hampshire - Durham (Master's)
I have a master's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire where I taught a total of eight courses including vector calculus (calculus III) and electromagnetics. Overall, my students evaluated my teaching at 4.6 out of 5. I believe that my strengths include attention to detail, a flexible but firm (as necessary) teaching approach, and a genuine concern for each student's learning.
I have a master's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire where I taught a total of eight courses including vector calculus (calculus III) and electromagnetics. Overall,
I only met with Daniel for A.P. Physics for about a month and a half or so, because I don't actually live near him except in the summer, but he was really great. We worked on the thousands of physics problems I needed to do and he was really thorough and clear in his explanations. My class now is going great!
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Are you unsure about which schools to apply to or what you want to study? Should you live on campus or off campus? What is the best way to balance academics with your new freedom and social life? Should you go to graduate school? What are your long term goals?
If these are these questions that you face, then listen to the voice of experience. I spent two years living with my parents while earning an associate's degree from a community college. Then I spent three years in a coed undergraduate dorm and six years in an all-male section of a graduate dorm at the University of New Hampshire before living two years off campus by myself. During that time I completed my bachelor's and master's degrees and spent several years in a PhD program. I lived with people from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds who had a variety of academic and extracurricular interests. I overcame the distractions of college life to excel academically (summa cum laude). In graduate school, I worked as a teaching assistant, a research assistant and a course instructor.
Would you like to tap into the store of experience from my own life and the lives of those around me so that you can benefit from hard-earned insights and avoid painful pitfalls? If so, I'll be glad to help!
While I was at the University of New Hampshire, I twice taught Signals and Systems II, which is a direct application of both differential equations and Laplace transforms. When I previously took differential equations as an undergraduate student, I received the maximum letter grade.
I completed my BSEE and MSEE degrees at the University of New Hampshire. While I was at the university, I taught ECE 544: Engineering Analysis (vector calculus) in the fall 2007 and summer 2009 terms (junior level, 4 credits); ECE 634: Signals and Systems II in the spring 2008 and spring 2009 terms (junior level, 3 credits); ECE 603: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves I in the summer 2008, summer 2009 and spring 2010 terms (junior level, 4 credits); ECE 618: Junior Laboratory II in the spring 2009 term (junior level, 4 credits); and two independent study courses. I would be comfortable working with students in several other electrical engineering courses besides the ones listed above. Feel free to contact me about a specific course.
During the six years that I lived in graduate housing at the University of New Hampshire, I was exposed to students from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. During this time, I organized a Bible study group for international students to help them understand the meanings of less common words that appeared in the text. While at the school, I met my girlfriend, who was (at that time) an ESL student from Indonesia. During my final three years at UNH, the majority of my friends were ESL students. Many of these were from Japan and South Korea. Thus, I am familiar with many of the challenges that ESL students face. Additionally, I am WyzAnt certified in English Grammar, which tends to be a challenging topic for many ESL students.
I have ten years of experience programming in MATLAB. I twice taught an introductory lab section on MATLAB as part of my vector calculus course. I was also approved by the University of New Hampshire to teach an introductory course on MATLAB during the January 2010 term. However, the course was canceled due to a lack of student interest. MATLAB is my primary programming language, and I have picked up a collection of tips and tricks over the years that I would be glad to share with you.
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