To me, teaching provides an opportunity to motivate students to like the subject and to improve their performance through mentoring/advising. This is what inspired me to choose teaching as a career. What a nobler mission than being part of sustaining knowledge from one generation to the next!?
I am a graduate of Alexandria University, with a B.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering. In addition, I received a Ph.D. degree from University at Buffalo, Chemical and Biological Engineering Department, in 2015. During that time, I have been working as a teaching assistant and a co-instructor for both undergrad and graduate students, for a broad range of subjects; including: applied mathematics, physics, chemistry, mechanics, and programming. In addition, as a part-time, I have been a private tutor for middle- and high-school students for over 5 years.
Although I can tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about teaching: Calculus, Algebra, Linear Algebra, Physics, and Mechanics for all ages and to all levels.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, running, and tutoring my kids!
Undergraduate Degree: Alexandria university - Bachelor of Science, Nuclear Engineering
Graduate Degree: University at Buffalo - Doctor of Philosophy, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Math Physics Mechanics Running
AP Physics C: Mechanics
High School Physics
IB Further Mathematics
IB Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation
Statics and Dynamics