6 Botany Tutors Found Near San Antonio, TX



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Karina M.

Botany Tutor

College Station, TX 77840

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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I'm a graduate student in plant breeding studying rice genetics!

I am currently a graduate research assistant in rice genetics. Over the last three years my research has focused on various physiological and genetic aspects of rice growth. As I am pursuing my master's in plant breeding the majority of my classes are in plant sciences including physiology, breeding, and molecular biology of both model and crop species. I am currently pursuing my master's in plant breeding with a special interest in rice. Over the last ten years I have had a variety of tutoring experiences ranging from private to large group settings. I have also worked as both a private tutor [more]


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Don K.

Botany Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78253

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Fun and Exciting Hands on Science

I have a masters degree in Biology. Many of the courses that qualify me are botany related. My experience in local plants is supplemented by many hours of outdoor experiences in local plant life. Currently I am teaching home school students aged 7 to 12 years old. I currently work with 11 home-schooled students aged 8-12 years old. and teach them hands-on science and to work as teams, emphasizing safety and teamwork. Currently, we are working on physical science concepts. In the past, we have built airplanes and catapults. We have also conducted activities to study sound and electricity. Empha [more]


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Kerstin H.

Botany Tutor

Austin, TX 78728

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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Master math and science

As an undergraduate, I was involved in research with invasive aquatic plants and was required to become familiar with plant physiology. I also completed the undergraduate botany course. My graduate research continued to focus on aquatic plants. I was also an IA for Plant Ecology, an upperlevel undergraduate/graduate biology course. I graduated from Texas Woman's University in December of 2009 with a B.S. in Biology (Cum Laude) and a minor in Chemistry. I have a patient demeanor and am very enthusiastic about education, especially science and math. I look forward to spreading this enthus [more]



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Whitney R.

Botany Tutor

College Station, TX 77840

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.78 9 ratings

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Hello : D

My master's PI was a botanist, and my project during my master's centered on seagrasses. We identified all the foliage around the area I studied, as well as taught undergraduates to differentiate between plant species. I've been through college, through industry work, through graduate work... I've been a lot of places. I love biology and all puzzles related to biology. In particular I like helping others understand things. Teaching biology courses at a university is one of the things I miss most about being a graduate student- let me use my knowledge I gained teaching these courses, to help yo [more]


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Rachelann C.

Botany Tutor

New Braunfels, TX 78130

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Writer, photographer, botanist

I have a degree in horticulture with a minor in biology (really, it was 90 percent botany courses, but the minor is classified as simple biology). I have worked with plants for 15 years as a landscape specialist and designer. My coursework spans from entomology to soil science to plant physiology and taxonomy. My life experience has been varied. I was a writer and editor for 12 years, then went back to school and got a degree in horticulture. I love the writing process, but I also love the natural world. I come from a family of almost all educators, and have written two books that are waiting [more]


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James S.

Botany Tutor

College Station, TX 77840

Will travel 15 miles

$15 per hour.

4.91 32 ratings

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Chemistry, Math, Physics, Music, Horticulture

I study horticulture which is what my university offers in place of botany. Although there is a difference between botany and horticulture, they have a lot of overlap as they are both the science of plants. I have now taken numerous plant classes such as plant propagation, nursery production, plant identification (herbaceous landscaping plants), plant physiology, various labs, and a general course on plants. In addition, I have taken biology classes and biochemistry classes that touch on plants. I have spent the past few years both tutoring and studying with other students. In addition to this [more]