I earned my Bachelor's in Physics at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and my PhD. at Lehigh University. While at Kutztown I worked as a tutor in Math, Physics, Economics, and almost tutored Organic Chemistry (I did rather well for the first lesson without even taking the course). I also worked at the Da Vinci Science Center as a floor coordinator. My educational responsibilities included training volunteers of a wide age range on all exhibits in the center, and lead groups through the cent... [more]
Four semesters in college of Calculus plus regular use of Calculus in my Physics courses which I got a PhD. Tutored in undergrad and taught labs in graduate school
As an undergraduate I tutored Physics courses of all levels, and also was a teaching assistant for the Modern Physics course. I received my PhD in Physics, and while in graduate school I taught introductory Physics labs and explained the concepts learned in class and how they applied to the experiments done.
I earned a grade of A in a C++ course in undergraduate class. I used C++ regularly in research for my PhD.
I have a PhD in Physics (covering the physical sciences portion of the test), multiple peer reviewed published papers (verbal reasoning as well as writing), and am currently a post-doc doing biological research (biology portion).
I took a course using Fortan as a graduate student (Grade A). I also used Fortran regularly in research for obtaining my PhD. I wrote Grand Canonical Ensemble simulation code in Fortran.
I did not take an official class, but I used MATLAB to visualize data, simulation results, and for complicated data analysis throughout the entirety of my PhD.