I recently graduated from Michigan State University with a master's in industrial math. Before beginning graduate studies I worked in primary education in a bilingual school in Madrid, Spain. While completing my master, I was a lecturer for calculus courses and tutored for the university's Math Learning Center along with private students. Currently I work full-time as an analyst but after being in the classroom for four years, I'm finding it hard to completely step away from teaching. Althoug... [more]
I have an M.S. in mathematics and experience teaching and tutoring it from algebra up to advanced college-level topics.
I have a master's in mathematics and several years of tutoring/teaching experience.
I have a master in industrial math and have taught calculus at Michigan State University.
I completed a B.A. in Spanish, and received a grant from the Spanish government to work in a bilingual elementary in Madrid for two years.
I possess a MS in related field (applied math), and successfully completed graduate-level coursework in statistics and econometrics.
I have a graduate degree in mathematics, am familiar with some common math ed. concepts, and have tutored elementary math both privately and at Michigan State University.
I have taken (and passed) the first year Ph.D. sequence of econometrics at Michigan State University as well as cross-sectional and panel data econometrics. My M.S. is in mathematics, a field that forms the foundation for econometrics.
I have an advanced degree in mathematics and tutored at Michigan State University's Math Learning Center while I was in grad school. I've tutored this subject there some and also tutored it occasionally while I was an undergraduate myself. It's one of my all-time favorite courses (it's a toss up between linear and "discrete" math, which covers combinatorics, proof techniques, and logic) and I find it easier to motivate students in this subject because it's relevant to so many different fields (Many of the concepts from linear algebra are used frequently in econometrics, numerical analysis, data mining, physics, and engineering).
I have a graduate degree in mathematics and have taught/tutored various levels of math.
I have a master in an interdisciplinary applied field (industrial math) that required me to take statistics courses for which R was necessary. I used R as an undergrad for a calculus-based probability and statistics sequence and I also use the language regularly for my full-time job as a modeler and analyst. I have background knowledge of computer science and object-oriented programming that gives me an edge over individuals who can only program in one language?I tend to think of general methods when coding and then determine what the best approach is in the particular language (e.g. R). Furthermore, my graduate degree gave me knowledge of some of the advanced statistical methods available in R packages and I can explain both theoretical (i.e. statistical) and applied (or computer science-related) aspects of R. Sample code is available upon request.