I am a biomedical engineering student, going into my 4th year, at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. Engineering involves a great deal of math and science, thus I offer tutoring for all ages of math as well as basic chemistry and physics. I think math is such an essential aspect of everyone's education, and a basic understanding of numbers can be applicable in everyday life. As a young student, I remember math having a bad reputation among other students, and I want to change that. Students need to develop a positive association with numbers at a young age so they can be more successful in the future. I have previously tutored elementary aged children in basic mathematics, and I am currently employed at a tutor center focused on math. At the center, I work with students of all ages from preschool to college. In schools, math class is very dependent on memorization which I believe is more harmful than helpful. Students really need a strong understanding of numbers in order to progress. I have learned many mental strategies myself that will help students advance. Outside of school and work, I love to spend time on the lakes in MN, travel, golfing, playing tennis, and spending time with my friends and family.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering
Traveling, Golf, Tennis, Skiing, Going out on the lake, Spending time with family and friends, Attending Gopher sporting events.