Math and Science are critical subjects to understand not only in today's world, but to be prepared to live in the world of the future. I know that because I have over thirty years of practical experience working in science. I also have over thirty years of experience teaching and explaining science to students ranging in age from 15 to 40. That includes high school students, college students, medical students, and even working professionals trying to learn new things.
A high school student has a career of 50 years ahead of him or her. Think of how the world has changed technologically over the past 50 years. Watch an episode of "Mad Men" if you need a frame of reference. Now imagine how much more things will change over the next 50 years. High school and college students need to be firmly grounded in science and math to meet the challenges that change will bring. I enjoy preparing students for that!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Florida - Bachelor of Science, Microbiology and Cell Science
Graduate Degree: University of Florida - Doctor of Philosophy, Immunology and Medical Microbiology
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