My academic credentials include a Bachelor of Mathematics degree from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Master of Aeronautical Engineering from Stanford University.
I am retired from 40+ years of engineering. The last thirty years was working in the flight simulation industry. I had responsibility for doing mathematical modeling of many systems which kept my my math and science skills well exercised. The flight simulation experience also involved frequent use of computer languages such as Ada, C, C++ and less frequent use of other computer languages such as python and java. Tutoring was part of the engineering environment as new engineers were assigned to my group.
I earned extra money during my college years tutoring. Though money is not the end objective since retirement, I enjoy tutoring to remain active and challenged. The interaction with students is invigorating. Tutoring gives me a sense of contributing to the well-being of others. It is offering up my skills to help others get a strong start on a career.
My tutoring style is to explain principles and possibly do a sample problem, but then observe the student apply the principles to work a problem, gently nudging them in the right direction.
I prefer to tutor math and physics, but will not shy away from computer languages and other science applications.
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics
Graduate Degree: Stanford University - Master of Science, Aerospace Engineering
SAT Math: 718
bee keeping (have two hives and I mentor new bee keepers); gardening (I am a master gardener); church activities ( lead a Bible study and serve in alter ministry)