# Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors for Louisville, KY

William ...with a Master of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering. Since my undergraduate degree was in environmental sciences (and not engineering), I had to take a lot of extra math courses to get into CMU. While I was taking my prerequisite courses to get into graduate school, I worked part-time as a tutor for Upward Bound. My favorite subjects to tutor are math, physics, chemistry and biology. I firmly believe that in order for a...

University of Vermont - Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science

Carnegie Mellon Uniersity - Master of Science, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Youngsoo ...worked in the Academic Support Center tutoring students in all math subjects up to Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry. I had a great opportunity to work closely with people from all educational, cultural, and professional backgrounds. I am passionate about education and teaching, and was one of the most frequently requested tutors in the center. My teaching style is very open while also maintaining a clear focus on the subject at hand. I believe that communication is key, and...

Housatonic Community College - AS, Business Administration

Russ ...tell you I am a fun and energetic tutor who is enthusiastic about the subjects we practice. My goal as a tutor is to encourage students to their fullest potential. As an engineer, I can bring real world examples of how math and science are applied to our everyday lives. By making math practical, even the most complex mathematical principles can make sense to just about anyone. In my free time I love being with...

University of Rhode Island - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Donald ...Math, and Biology. I have been a tutor for elementary and university students alike, and it is always my goal to help my students reach a level of self sufficiency that will allow them to succeed in their endeavors. I believe that learning can be accelerated by the presence of a tutor, but at the onus ultimately lies in the student's hands to put in the effort necessary to succeed. My hobbies include Rock Climbing...

Brian ...Western Reserve University for computer science. In high school, I was a member of the Peer Tutoring and Mentoring Club and enjoy working with students, primarily in math and science. My favorite subject is physics because it combines science with math and is actually applicable to real life. My learning philosophy is to just do practice problems. The more practice, the easier each problem will be. Somebody can spend all day just studying notes, but...

Case Western Reserve University - BS, Computer Science

Calin With a vast experience in teaching high school Mathematics at all levels, I am offering my skills and expertise to facilitate and inspire young minds to discover and master the wonderful intricacies of Mathematics. Starting with the most advanced classes of AP Calculus and AP Statistics and trickling down to Geometry and Algebra, I will be your guide in the labyrinth of Mathematics.... For many years I posted in my classrooms the following motto: "Math is all around, but to see it you have to know it!” I believe it and teach Mathematics to open the eyes of students to our intricate reality. I teach for that flicker in your eyes when you just discovered something new.

Babes Bolyai University - Masters, Philosophy

Babes Bolyai University - Bachelors, first Philosophy, then Mathematics and Computer Science

Spencer ...Brook University (SUNY) from where I received my Bachelor of Sciences in Applied Mathematics & Statistics with a concentration in Physical Sciences. Throughout my undergraduate career, I was fortunate enough to participate in several research-oriented internships in New York and Maryland. These allowed me to gain invaluable experience and apply my knowledge to real-life applications. In addition, I have experience tutoring fellow classmates in courses such as physics, probability/statistics, and linear algebra; however, my favorite...

Stony Brook University - BS, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (Physics Concentration)

Christopher ...regularly be tutoring other students. I also spent hours and hours tutoring others over the Internet. For me teaching is an adventure. Everyone has different perspectives, and when you are teaching you have to be able to both provide a new perspective and to understand (so as to enlarge) someone else's perspective. In my non-teaching time, I am interested in Physics and Mathematics and working out practical problems from plumbing to electronics. I will someday...

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics

Greg ...all the way to Hawai'i where I worked as a 7th grade math and science teacher. In my second year there, I led my students to pass the standardized math test at a rate 15% higher than the state average! I eventually moved to St. Louis to be with my wife and continued to work in the classroom. Come June, I will be changing careers, but I still want teaching to be a part of...

Virginia Tech - BA, Communication

Peter ...can quickly establish a rapport with a child in need of some academic help. I can keep a child engaged and keep to the subject matter. My strong suits are the basic sciences of Chemistry and Physics as well as Mathematics. I have taught the essentials of mechanics and engineering using Lego and I have taught the basics of civics and business as a Junior Achievement teacher in the upper elementary schools. I worked with...

Charter Oak State College - BA, Business Communications