3 Chemical Engineering Tutors Found Near Green Bay, WI



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David D.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Thiensville, WI 53092

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 143 ratings

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Passion for Engineering, Science and Math

I earned my bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Cincinnati. During my industrial career I have been involved with numerous projects that utilize the basic principles of chemical engineering. These include process optimization, unit operations, heat transfer, thermodynamics, and manufacturing processes. During the past 11 years, I have taught a number of courses at a local university that are basic to any chemical engineering curriculum. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and a Doctorate in Chemistry. I have taught mathematics and chemistry at two universi [more]


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Dino R.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Middleton, WI 53562

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

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Chemical Sciences Yoda

I have a PhD in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. I performed a postdoctoral research scholarship position at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Biochemistry in the laboratory of John Ralph. I am currently a professor at a UW system school in the engineering sciences. Thank you. I've been teaching chemistry and chemical engineering for almost 11 years now. I am a professor in the UW-System and I would be happy to help you meet your needs in supplemental instruction in any of the physical sciences, except for ichthyology. I don't know much about fish. I've helped a lot of students pre [more]


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Robert B.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Chicago, IL 60626

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.69 78 ratings

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Math, Science, and Test Preparation

I have a Master's degree in physics from Northwestern University and have tutored extensively in chemistry, chemical engineering, and mathematics. I have helped numerous students through Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, and Mass Action courses. As a teaching assistant in graduate school, I discovered that I had a real knack (and, indeed, love) for explaining; I became popular with the students in my sections because of my clear, insightful presentations and lively style of teaching. Many would come to my office outside of class for extra help, and it became somewhat of a "hobby" for me to prov [more]