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I truly enjoy seeing those I teach "get it" and have that "ah ha" moment. A structural engineer by trade, I have to continually learn new things each and every day. It's my job! Math is my specialty of course, but I don't fit the mold as a typical engineer as I enjoy interacting with people too. Tutoring experience? Well...besides the hours on wyzant tutoring mostly algebra and trigonometry I have previously volunteered to teach at engineering outreach events at the Buffalo Museum of Sci... [more]

I am most capable of tutoring in geometry. Students seem to have the most difficulty in math as compared to other subjects. When working with student,s I try to reduce their anxiety towards math and show the logic behind math. To make it easier for the student I break down key concepts into smaller parts. I develop flashcards with the student to help them quickly review the material in an easy to access manner. My rates are flexible and I am available on the weekends. I have been involved in scientific research for 20+ years both in academia and industry. I have a PhD in Pharmacology and [more]

I am an advanced graduate student at SUNY Buffalo working on my PhD in Anthropology. I specialize in archaeology, specifically in Roman period Romania. I have taught several courses at SUNY Buffalo, as well as running a field school for the past 5 years. Prior to making the switch to archaeology, I studied astrophysics at the University of Michigan, so I have a deep and rich background in math and science. I have been an editor for a graduate journal for the past 4 years, and am the curr... [more]

Most high school geometry classes focus mainly on using mathematical reasoning and logic in order to determine the answers, rather than simple memorization. As a mathematics major, I've honed these skills, and the communication of these concepts, throughout my entire time in college. Not only that, but geometry is also a very important part of calculus, which I have tutored many students in over three years. I've tutored and taught mathematics and physics in a lot of different contexts. Right now, I'm working as a mathematics teaching assistant at the University of Buffalo, but I've also worke [more]

I graduated from the University of Buffalo Honor College May 2015 magna cum laude with a BS chemical engineering and minors in physics and math. During my undergraduate I had a 3.73 GPA and have received A's in calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, Newtonian physics, fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer, separation processes, chemical reactor engineering, nuclear reactor engineering, chemical plant design, and many more. I conduct ... [more]

I have my degree in mathematics from the University of California at Irvine with a specialization in high school teaching. After graduating, I received my Masters in Teaching degree from UCI as well as my single subject credential in mathematics. I've been interested in education my whole life and have worked in the field for over 14 years. I started with tutoring and working at the Kumon math and learning center in California, then worked as peer advisor for the Cal Teach program at UCI. ... [more]

I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in June 2012 from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. I also received my Master's degree in Mathematics in June 2015 from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. I have teaching and tutoring experience in most levels of math (with the exception of statistics and any financial or actuarial math courses). I worked in the Canisius Tutoring Center as a math tutor for my 4 years at Canisius, and I was teaching assistant in the Math Department at UC... [more]

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