I grew up in the Midwest and studied civil and architectural engineering in college, where I helped my classmates with their math problems. I realized it was something I enjoyed doing and started tutoring anyone who needed the help. I liked making people feel comfortable with math and boosting their confidence in their own abilities. Watching students catch on to things and succeed in their classes was very rewarding and encouraged me to keep tutoring. Over the past 10 years, I've tutore... [more]
I have taught and tutored calculus for almost 10 years. I have worked with many students who needed a strong boost to their confidence as well as a desire to improve their grades. Being a Ph.D. math student has greatly improved my math comprehension in all areas, and I can draw from a lot of experience to aid students in their study.
As a 3rd year Ph.D. student at Tulane, I have the experience of taking on statistics classes covering basic to advanced topics. Moreover, my work relies on statistics regularly, and I've become familiar with the techniques involved in its applications.
During my first two years as an PhD math student, I TA'd differential equations twice. I wrote exams and tutored students regularly. I have also trained in both graduate math analysis and partial differential equations.
I am a Ph.D. math student in applied math and have to rely on linear algebra fundamentals very frequently. I have taken advanced classes in linear algebra, and frequently use it during my studies. Moreover, I have experience in abstract mathematics, which is a crucial part of linear algebra, even at the applied level.
I am a Ph.D. math student in applied math at Tulane University. I use MATLAB nearly every day, and have done so in many long-term to short-term projects. I have personally tutored a student in using Matlab for a mathematical biology course.