I have been studying Computer Programming ever since my family got our first computer in 1989. I hold a B.S. in Mathematics from Georgia State University, an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Rhode Island, and I'm currently working on my D.Sc. in Computer Science at Aspen University. My research area is Artificial Life: developing simulations to model co-evolution of ecosystems.
I tutor Mathematics and Computer Programming at the High School, Collegiate, and Professional levels. I believe that education should be practical and useful, and I encourage students to apply their newfound knowledge into projects and work that they enjoy and prosper from.
Undergraduate Degree: Georgia State University - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics
Graduate Degree: University of Rhode Island - Master of Science, Computational Science
In addition to my core academic interests, I also enjoy studying Astronomy, Paleontology, History, Visual Arts, and Electronics. I collect retro video games and I build hobby computer kits. I also develop simple video games. And, when it's time to relax, I like riding roller coasters, snowboarding, and playing tennis.