3 Chemical Engineering Tutors Found Near Nashville, TN



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Yana A.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Brentwood, TN 37027

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

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An Engineer who can help you or your children in Math and Science

I am holding a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from University of Dayton. I've worked as a Chemical Engineer. I also tutored when I was in college and graduate school. I am a Chemical Engineer who is also holding a Master in Engineering Management and Systems. I have worked in different fields of Engineering, in particular but not limited to Chemical Engineering, Research and Development, and Quality Engineering. I also tutored undergraduate students during my years at college and graduate school. And I teach STEM camp in the summer. I look forward to helping you or your children wi [more]


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Alexander O.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Leeds, AL 35094

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Alex O. Leeds, Alabama

I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (Magna Cum Laude - 4.0 major GPA) May of 2016. I have always had a passion for tutoring and helping students succeed. As Magna Cum Laude graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (4.0 major GPA), I have been exposed to and developed exceptional learning techniques that have been proven to work, not only for myself but also for many of the students I have instructed/tutored throughout my collegiate career. I have the ability to approach/teach material from many different angles and quickly adapt to the different le [more]


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Christopher M.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Charleston, TN 37310

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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PhD Student tutoring Math, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, German

I am currently a chemical engineering PhD student at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. My extensive coursework and research experience in this discipline has prepared me well for teaching the physical and theoretical principles behind chemical engineering, which include mass/energy balances, thermodynamics, reaction kinetics, chemistry, and transport phenomena. I am a second-year PhD student at the University at Buffalo originally from Washington, DC. My research at the university is focused primarily on nanomaterial synthesis. Outside of school, I enjoy traveling and p [more]