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I taught introductory physics at the university level for 4 years before moving to Bloomington. Currently, I teach engineering technology at Ivy Tech. I have master's degrees in math and mechanical engineering. I can tutor introductory general engineering, mechanical engineering, math, and introductory physics. In my classroom, I don't spend very much time lecturing. My students are usually working on activities (individually or in groups) while I support and challenge them. My tutoring st... [more]

I have completed Ph.D. in Astronomy from Indiana University in November of 2017. My research focus is to study Gravitational Instabilities in protoplanetary disks. I had the privilege of teaching Astronomy to the undergraduate students at Indiana University. I have taught the following introductory astronomy courses for non-science majors: (1) The Solar System (Summer 2012, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015) (2) Search for Life in the Universe (Summer 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, ... [more]

Other than electrical engineering circuit analysis, calculus is my top tutoring subject. I have a great deal of recent tutoring experience with single variable differential and integral calculus both at the high-school and college level. I can help you through the sometimes rocky road to success in this fascinating, but sometimes confusing subject. If you're struggling, I can help. I have considerable experience effectively tutoring students of various ages in a variety of science and mathematics topics. I have a proven track-record tutoring students both in-person and on-line. In addition to [more]

I'm currently a rising Sophomore at Cornell University. I'm currently on track to double major in computer science and electrical computer engineering with a minor in math. I love rock climbing and playing ultimate frisbee in my free time when I'm not totally swamped with school work. I have a tremendous amount of experience teaching to students. I have taught chess to elementary school students during my time at high school. I volunteered a fair amount at the local science museum teachin... [more]

I tutored physics, economics, chemistry and mathematics(up to College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II) while I was an Engineering Science student at Southeastern Illinois College. I believe I helped many of the students that I tutored to improve their understanding and achieve a higher grade in the courses that I helped them with. ... [more]

I moved to the states from China in 2008, and proudly became a U.S. Citizen five years later. With my strong math education background in my original country, I wanted to become a math instructor in this new-to-me country, so I've been spending almost six years to equip myself with math related teaching skills. I've earned my AS degree at ECTC, a BA degree at WKU, and am expecting an MS degree from WKU in May 2015. While seeking the degrees, I also take any opportunity to tutor or teach m... [more]

I did my undergraduate career at Western Kentucky University in mathematics and electrical engineering. I graduated with an overall GPA of 3.87. I then did graduate work at Tennessee Technological University in electrical engineering. My project focused on chemical engineering, electrical engineering, and physics. I graduated with a GPA of 3.88. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outside. This includes farming, hiking, and any other outdoor activities.... [more]

As a student myself I have received a 4.0 grade for Calculus I and II. I have also tutored this class to my peers and youngsters. I am a research scientist and all my scientific works are intimately connected to utilizing the elements of Calculus. I hold a doctorate degree in theoretical physics and have tutored more than 3000 students (over 10,000 individual sessions) in Physics and Math broadly defined. As a Professor of Physics and as an expert, I have tutored students at all levels of Education ranging from K-12 all the way up to Ph.D. My students have participated and won first prize in [more]

I received my undergraduate degree in math and cello performance from Indiana University. During my undergraduate years, I received national awards (the Goldwater scholarship, a top 25 finish in the Putnam exam), and high recognition from the IU math department (the Ciprian Foias Prize, the Marie S. Wilcox scholarship). In high school, I scored a 2400 on the SAT, and earned a 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam from self study. I also received a 5 on the AP Statistics exam. I have teaching exper... [more]

I have had the pleasure of tutoring undergraduate students at Indiana University in general chemistry and biochemistry, general chemistry labs, organic chemistry, biology, and anatomy. I also have experience as an assistant instructor, leading a general chemistry lab for a semester. Chemistry can be a very hard subject area. Thankfully, I have had many good teachers, professors, and assistant instructors throughout my academic career that have helped me understand and learn the material. T... [more]

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