I hold a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on high speed combustion and stability. Since elementary school, I have been chosen by my teachers to help my fellow students with Math. During high school, I also tutored fellow students in Science and Mathematics through honor societies and by teacher appointments. I continued tutoring in STEM throughout my university years and helped train many engineers to become well versed and capable in laboratory and classroom settings. I finally became a full fledged university professor in Mechanical and Civil Engineering upon completion of my degree, which, for me, is a truly rewarding and enjoyable role.
I am most experienced in teaching Math, I am certified to teach Science, and I greatly enjoy challenging students to learn and appreciate Engineering subjects as well.
I know that anyone can become proficient and excel at any task, and I strive to instill interest in my students, to capture their attention, and to foster their potential until they are confident, happy and capable. I take pride in simplifying complex theories and understanding students' needs.
On a more personal note, I enjoy exploring the city and countryside, reading about various subjects and fiction, working on various inventions and machines, playing volleyball, and solving puzzles.
California State University-Los Angeles - BS, Mechanical Engineering
California State University-Los Angeles - MS, Mechanical Engineering
Elementary School Math
High School Chemistry