I am a PhD candidate at UNC, one of the best Political Science programs in the country (top 10). Currently I am working on my dissertation, and teaching undergraduate classes. At UNC I was a sole instructor for Introduction to U.S. government (Fall 2017), and Quantitative Research in Political Science (Spring 2018). The latter course introduces statistics, data science, and programming in R for social science research. I also have been teaching SAT and GRE courses (all sections) for The Princ... [more]
Took numerous courses in statistics and research methods at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Received an "A" on all stats courses and exams.
Government & Politics
I am a PhD student in Political Science. I have MA in Political Science from Northeastern University (earned a 4.0). Political Science was also one of my majors during my undergraduate studies.
Recently took a TOEFL test and scored 117 out of 120! (Reading 29/30, Listening 30/30, Speaking 29/30, Writing 29/30)
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I have about a year and a half of professional interpreting experience from English to Russian. I also minored in Russian during my undergraduate career and received a certificate in Translation Studies (concentrating in Russian). I am also a native speaker.
Passed Level 1 exam of the CFA program. Currently a CFA Level 2 exam candidate. I taught applied statistics at a college level. Completed all the requirements for my minor field, Quantitative Methods, in the PhD program.
I have an extensive quantitative background, including numerous methods, mathematics, and deductive logic courses.
I'm a PhD Candidate at UNC. As part of the program I taught undergraduate courses. In the Spring of 2018 I taught an applied statistics class that utilized R for data analysis.