I am a working environmental engineer. I've been a Peace Corps volunteer in Central America, and a soldier in Iraq. I've seen and done a lot of things, and I'm not even 40 yet! But through everything I've done, I've always been a problem solver. This is what led me back to engineering after so walking so many other paths.
I want to pass on my love problem solving in math and science. I'd also like to encourage more young people to gain general problem solving and logical thinking skills. With more young brains awake and working, humanity might be able to save itself from the mess we're in. Are you up to the challenge?
Undergraduate Degree: Arizona State University - Bachelors, Conservation Biology
Graduate Degree: University of Arizona - Masters, Environmental Engineering
GRE Verbal: 166
DIY in general; metal-work and knife-making specifically. Jogging.
What is your teaching philosophy?
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