I am in my final year at the University of Arizona. I am majoring in Molecular Cellular Biology with a minor in Economics. With this in mind, I am qualified to help clients in areas ranging from general biology to international trade theory.
Not only am I student, but I also am an undergraduate teaching assistant for the Chemistry Department here at the University of Arizona. This job is usually only given to graduate students, and with it I help professors teach the undergraduate general chemistry curriculum by facilitating the lab portion of it.
An important methodology of my work with students is that I ask a lot of questions of the student I'm working with. I want my clients to grasp the material step by step and I really encourage them to try as hard as they can. I truly feel that anyone can assimilate nearly any subject as long as they put effort into it and I really try to ensure that they do.
I spend a fair amount of time working in a Organic Chemistry Laboratory where I am the current Lab Manager in overseeing all current laboratory projects. Aside from school and work, I love to spend time reading, rooting for the Phoenix Suns, and watching movies. I love learning all the time, and I love helping others learn as well.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Arizona - Bachelor of Science, Molecular Cellular Biology
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