I am a recent PhD graduate from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), where I also received my Bachelor of Science in Physics. I studied the physics of solid matter as it pertains to materials for solar energy applications. Throughout my program, as well as my undergraduate career, I had a tendency to form and lead study groups, which helped me instill the subject matter of my courses through teaching and debate, and ensured my academic success. During my undergraduate career, I worked at the Physics Clinic, where I tutored technical physics 1 & 2. During my graduate career, I thought modern physics and electronics labs, worked as a math and physics tutor at the local community college, taught SAT math for a non-profit organization, and gave private lessons in math, physics, and programming to both high school and college students. There is not one subject that I enjoy tutoring over others, as I am equally interested in all things. I practice patience and utmost respect with all my clients and strive to motivate, encourage, and support each student on their path to higher education. I am flexible in my teaching and quickly tailor my approach to the unique needs of my students. Outside of academia, I play music, read foreign books, study foreign languages, cook, and exercise.
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor of Science, Physics
Graduate Degree: The University of Texas at Arlington - Doctor of Philosophy, Applied Physics
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