Adina

 

Hi! My name is Adina, and I’m an undergraduate at Rutgers University studying Biomedical Engineering. I have six younger siblings and my love for teaching started when I began to help them with their homework when I was in middle school.

I continued teaching at Rutgers as a Learning Assistant for Calculus II. While Calculus II is generally difficult for students to comprehend, by the end of each semester students had a deeper understanding of the material and found our recitations enjoyable. I also volunteered to tutor for a Rutgers Peer tutoring program, teaching Calculus I-III, Physics I-II, and Engineering Mechanics-Statics. I found these sessions especially rewarding because I was able to work with students individually and watch their progress.

In my free time I love to go rock climb, swim, play guitar, and read!

College:

Education: Rutgers University
Undergrad Major: Biomedical Engineering

High School:

Awards & Honors: Technion Institute of Technology Rube Goldberg Competition Team Captain - second place internationally, Weizmann Institute "Safe Cracking" physics competition team member -finalist, Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award
Interests & Activities: Swim Team, Physics Safe Design Team, Rube Goldberg (Captain), Masbia Soup Kitchen volunteer, Classical Guitar
SAT Scores: 1490: 750 Math, 740 English
AP Exams: 5 Biology, 5 English Language and Composition, 5 Calculus AB, 5 Psychology, 4 English Literature and Composition
SAT Subject Tests: 790 Biology, 760 Chemistry

Other:

Other Awards: Rutgers Trustee Scholarship, AP Scholar with Distinction, Mary and John Bucklin Scholarship, Dean's List (all semesters)
Other Interests & Activities: At Rutgers, I am involved in: Machine Learning research in the JJ Slade Research Scholars Program, volunteer tutoring at School of Arts & Sciences Honors Program (SASHP) Peer Tutoring, Instructional design as a Learning Assistant at Rutgers Learning Centers, Consulting project management at TAMID Group, 2 Internships and one Co-Op in Biotechnology

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