Hey everyone! I am a graduate student at Boston College studying Physics in hopes of one day becoming a Professor. Before Boston, I was an undergraduate at State University of New York Binghamton in upstate NY. There I earned a BS in Mathematical Physics, a BA in Mathematics and a MS in Physics. I have a strong background in Physics and Math and I absolutely love teaching these subjects. I really enjoy helping students overcome the gaps in understanding tough concepts, watching them understand the material, succeed on exams and seeing how proud and accomplished they are. I started tutoring when I was 17 years old doing Basic Math and as I have gone through my schooling I have begun to expand my teaching to all Mathematics classes and Physics classes when needed. I have tutored privately and through the library at Binghamton University. I particularly love tutoring because not only do I get to help a student succeed but I improve on my teaching skills at the same time. Wanting to be a professor is doing more than research to me; I want to inspire students and show them the wonder and excitement I see in Physics and Math.
Aside from doing Physics and teaching, I really love exercising. Being mentally and physically fit is really important to me. I also enjoy listening to all kinds of music, reading, cooking and playing tennis.
Undergraduate Degree: SUNY at Binghamton - Bachelors, Physics, Mathematics
Graduate Degree: SUNY at Binghamton - Master of Science, Physics
Exercising, listening to music, reading