I am seeking students for most subjects related to math, science, and engineering. I have two B.S. degrees: one in Materials Science and Engineering and one in Chemical Engineering and am currently pursuing my M.S. degree in Earth and Environmental Science. I have a life long passion for learning and am particularly interested in all technical subjects. I developed an interest in sharing my enthusiasm for math, science, and engineering as an undergraduate in college. I was able to offse... [more]
A.S. degree in Mathematics. Prior experience tutoring both standard and advanced level geometry to middle school, high school, and undergraduate students. Extensive experience with proofs and logic.
I have an A.S. degree in Mathematics. Experience as Perkins Math Tutor for developmental (arithmetic to algebra 2) mathematics. I have had multiple math students at elementary, middle, undergraduate, and graduate levels in subjects ranging from arithmetic to advanced mathematics, including Prealgebra.
I have used differential equations in my coursework associated with my undergraduate degrees in engineering. I also solve differential equations fairly often for my graduate work. I am a very quantitative person and enjoy solving these types of problems myself as well as teaching others the most effective methods for solving them.
I took linear algebra as an undergraduate and received an A grade. I also used linear algebra in several engineering courses. These courses included crystallography as well as several engineering mechanics courses.
I have two B.S. degrees, one in Chemical Engineering and one in Materials Science and Engineering. I also have a chemistry minor. My area of expertise is Polymer Science and Engineering. In my research, I have relied heavily on my foundation of organic chemistry. I have received A grades in every organic chemistry course and laboratory I have ever taken.
I have a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech. I graduated magna cum laude and was a member of the Chemical Engineering Honor Society, Omega Chi Epsilon. I received at least a B in all Chemical Engineering courses and maintained an in major GPA of 3.6. I am a recent graduate, so this information is still fresh in my mind. I tutored for the mass and energy balances course at my college.
As a double major in two engineering disciplines: Chemical and Materials Engineering, I have taken several courses in Engineering Mechanics. I can tutor the following subjects: Statics, Mechanics of Deformable Bodies, and Mechanics of Materials. I previously served as a teaching assistant for several introductory materials sciences courses which cover extensively topics that cut across into mechanical engineering; namely, mechanics dealing with the strength and fracture of materials and materials selection based on mechanical properties of materials.
I took a suite of courses in Mathematica programming specifically targeted to materials sciences and received A grades in all courses. I really enjoyed using Mathematica and tried to use it as much as possible as an undergraduate and still do as a professional.