I am a Ph.D candidate in applied mathematics specializing in Fluid Dynamics and Computer Vision. My undergraduate degree is in Pure Mathematics where I completed the necessary coursework for a Physics degree as well as a minor in Computer Science. I have taught courses during my time as a Graduate Teaching Assistant ranging in difficulty from Precalculus to Linear Algebra. I have experience tutoring all college levels from my time as in undergrad.

I am enthusiastic and passionate about the subjects I teach. I adapt my teaching style to the needs of each student. I enjoy letting the student try to work through the problem first on their own and then through the Socratic method, seeing if they can identify where there errors are if there are any present. I ensure prior concepts are retained by reviewing the material with the students.

One of my greatest tutoring success stories just happened. I was tutoring a student in 10th grade Algebra II. His mother and I coordinated a plan with his teacher to ensure his success. I met with the student 2-3 times a week and we were able to bring the student to a low D to an A. His mother was very pleased and so was the student and have continued the relationship for another year. I was also awarded a teaching award at Case Western.

When I am not tutoring I enjoy running, playing squash and racquetball, reading, and playing video games.

Math:

- Algebra II
- Honors Algebra
- Trigonometry
- Pre-Calculus
- Calculus
- AP Calculus AB
- College Algebra
- College Calculus I
- College Calculus II
- College Calculus III
- Linear Algebra
- Differential Equations
- Finite Mathematics
- AP Pre Calculus

**Science:**

- Physics
- Honors Physics
- College Physics

Tutoring subjects:

Math

Science

Algebra

Physics

Calculus