Hey everyone! My name is Eileen, and I am currently an undergraduate student at Brown University, pursuing a double concentration in Public Health and Literary Arts.

I love tutoring because of all the amazing connections I make with my students. I also find it especially rewarding to watch students gain confidence as they develop a deeper understanding of a particular subject.

At Brown, I am involved in Alzheimer’s Disease research, and I write for several publications on campus. In my free time, I enjoy reading, playing tennis, playing the flute, and trying out different cafes around Providence. In the future, I hope to continue pursuing my passions in both healthcare and literature as a physician and novelist!


Education: Brown University
Undergrad Major: B.A. in Public Health, B.A. in Literary Arts

High School:

Class Rank: Top 1.3%
Awards & Honors: Scholastic Art and Writing Gold Award for Short Story, Texas Presbyterian Hospital Art Contest Finalist, President's Volunteer Service Gold Award, AP Scholar
Interests & Activities: Compassion to Action (Founder and President), The Eagle Angle (Writer/Editor in Chief), Southern Methodist University Young Artist Flute Ensemble (Principal Flutist), UT Southwestern Medical Center Virtual Shadowing Program (Shadowing Student), UT Southwestern Medical Center Virtual Clinical Observation Program (Shadowing Student), Intellichoice Math Tutoring (Volunteer), National Honor Society, Dallas Youth Volunteer Association, The Original Chopshop (Restaurant Server and Crew Member), New Star Academy (Pre-Algebra Teacher)
SAT Scores: 780 Verbal, 800 Math
AP Exams: 5 English Language and Composition, 5 BC Calculus, 5 AB Calculus, 5 U.S. History, 5 World History, 4 Biology, 4 Art History, 4 Human Geography


Other Awards: Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards (UTRA)
Other Interests & Activities: At Brown, I am a writer and editor for the Brown Healthcare Advancement Journal, a writer for Fiction for Kids, and a volunteer with the Brown Alzheimer's Activists. I am also involved in Alzheimer's Disease research investigating behavioral phenotypes and neural markers in normal aging and early stage Alzhiemer's pathology with the goal of enabling more noninvasive and accessible screening tests.
Location: Other

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