I first found my passion for teaching when I was the head of Philosophy Club in my undergraduate at the University of Wyoming, where I majored in the subject and minored in computer science, graduating in 2017.
Since then, I have continued on as a Master's student at Colorado State, once again getting a degree in Philosophy. Here, I have both been a TA as well as taught a full course independently: Logic and Critical Thinking. I have spent some of my summer time teaching in the Wyoming prison system, meaning that I have experience with rather diverse types of students.
I have always found that teaching is its own reward, and as such am willing to adapt to the needs of any student who is willing to communicate with me to help them learn.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Wyoming - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy
Graduate Degree: Colorado State University-Fort Collins - Master of Arts, Philosophy
GRE Verbal: 165
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