I graduated from University of Colorado-Boulder in May 2014 with Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude in Physics with a second major in English. Since graduation, I have worked for the Physics Education Research Group at JILA and helped run and organize Partnerships for Informal Science Education in the Community, a inquiry-based physics education program that focuses on espousing scientific principles throughout the community and making physics and physicists more accessible to elementary and middle school students. I am well-versed in a wide array of subjects, primarily in Physics, Math, and English. At CU-Boulder, my dualistic double major provided me with interaction with many different walks of life as well as learning and teaching styles, in both primarily objective and primarily subjective fields. As such, I am extremely well-equipped to tutor students whose academic focus or optimal learning style does not necessarily align best with the subject at hand. I am also happy to tutor for the Physics GRE, a test that budding physicists are required to take that is very unlike any physics test required throughout college, and I have created extensive resources for this test in my own studies. Outside of academic pursuits, I am an avid outdoorsman, particularly in rock climbing, a guitarist, and a published poet.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Colorado Boulder - Bachelor in Arts, Physics and English
GRE Subject Test in Physics: 790
Rock Climbing, Hiking, Backpacking, Guitar, and Poetry
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