I have had the opportunity to be a tutor in college level Chemistry and Calculus, as well as an Assistant Instructor for Thermodynamics and the core Lab class of the Princeton University Chemical Engineering Undergraduate curriculum. Throughout my experience, I learned that I enjoyed teaching, tutoring, and mentoring because it gives me the opportunity to help impart my knowledge on specific subjects to students in a way that can help them in their formative years. I feel that this is especially true when it comes to Chemistry and Physics, the two subjects that I have the most experience in.
Education: Columbia University
Undergrad Major: Chemical Engineering
Other Degrees/Minors: Princeton University (Master's, Chemical Engineering), Bard College at Simon's Rock (A.A, Pre Engineering)
ACT Scores: 34 Composite, 32 English, 36 Math, 32 Reading, 36 Science, 31 Writing
Other Awards: Magna Cum Laude, 2nd highest GPA in major, Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society Member
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I was involved in the Princeton University Graduate Consulting Club and a member of the Career Service Event Committee.