I am an undergraduate student at Rutgers University in the SAS Honors Program. I am currently pursuing a degree in Biological Sciences as well as a minor in Public Health. Along with being a student I am also an undergraduate researcher studying Autism Spectrum Disorder in a psychology and neuroscience lab at Rutgers. I also spend my time serving as an SAS Honors Program Peer Mentor which has been an awesome way for me to facilitate the transition from highschool to college for incoming students. Tutoring has always been a passion of mine and it has followed me from high school all the way to college. In high school I was a tutor for the National Honors Society and tutored other high school students mostly in math and science. In college I was a tutor for Rutgers student athletes where I taught a course known as Math and Money. Tutoring in subjects such as Pre Algebra, Algebra, Statistics and Biology have always been favorites of mine because they are foundational subjects in almost all other STEM classes! A firm grasp on these subjects is so important and the most integral part of tutoring for me is being able to take seemingly difficult concepts and teach them in a more easily understandable way for the students. It's really rewarding to see students gain confidence in subjects that seemed daunting at first. When constantly working on intensive subjects, it's really important for me to be able to step back for a second and spend some time on my hobbies too. Beyond the academic realm I love to read, draw and exercise!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelor in Arts, Biology, General
My hobbies include reading, painting, baking, exercising, and watching movies!