I'm a senior at the University of Vermont who has been a teaching assistant for C++, Java, and Data Structures and Algorithms college courses over the last two years! I regularly work with and teach up to 40 other undergrads during office hours as well as grade assignments and projects and give relevant feedback. The students I work with successfully complete their assignments and gain an increased familiarity with the content. I also have numerous machine learning projects with Python/Jupyter Notebook and explore my passion through tackling new data problems every day. My goal of the first session with any student is to gain a rapport with them and find common ground so we feel comfortable with each other. From there, I like to break complicated concepts down into their simple parts and demonstrate the big picture (the why?) of the importance of whatever idea we're going over. I'm excited to get to know and work with you!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Vermont - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
When I'm not on the computer, I'm playing rugby, working out, or reading! I've played multiple sports (baseball, hockey, soccer) throughout my life and really enjoy being on a team. Right now, I play for my university's rugby team to stay in shape and meet new people. Otherwise, I'm an avid reader and particularly like Malcolm Gladwell. Finally, I love making time to pursue personal coding projects outside school!