I am currently a PhD candidate specialized in physical inorganic chemistry at the University of Rochester. Chemistry is my life's passion, and I strive to share my love for science with my students.
I obtained my BA in chemistry from Vassar College, where I taught general chemsitry labs for a year, and my MS in chemistry from Cornell University, where I taught general chemistry for two years. I have taught over 300 students, many of whom decided to major in a chemistry-related field.
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I am currently purusing a PhD in chemistry at the University of Rochester. I obtained my MS from Cornell University and BA from Vassar College. I have taught undergraduate general chemistry for 3 years, at both institues I have attended in the past.
Chemistry is my life's passion, and I would love to share my love for it with as many people as possible. Teaching is my means to connecting with others and exchanging ideas. I started off as an undergraduate lab TA at Vassar College, and then independently taught two lab courses while I was at Cornell. Following that, I went onto teaching a full course in general chemistry.
I have experience working with college students who are under-represented monorities, college students who have ADHD, college students who plan on going to medical school
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