I graduated (PhD) in experimental Physics from Kansas State University. My several years of professional experience as an Instructor as well as a researcher have provided me with a broad view that is useful in assisting students with physics concepts and assignments. My teaching experience at the undergraduate level encompasses physics courses for engineering, science, and non-science majors. I got opportunities to teach intermediate as well as Bachelor level physics courses infusing innovative instructional strategies in a traditional lecture/laboratory format.
I am very passionate about learning new concepts and principles of science and understand these principles in the context of the real-world situations. I want students to have that same passion so they can reach their true potential and not let academics stand in the way of a bright future. I believe the most valuable learning of physics comes when students are encouraged to solve problems using their own basic knowledge, understandings, and mathematical skills rather than being told to memorize a bunch of physics formulas or simply being given the answer. I believe the Socratic way of teaching: Instead of telling the answer directly; ask questions and more questions until students come up with their own answer. This is what I strive to do with all of my students. I tutor a broad range of science, but my strengths include physics and standard test of Physics which can make a huge impact upon a student's educational goals.
My other hobbies include traveling, reading as well as running.