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...I have experience writing fellowship proposals (I was awarded both an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Research Fellowship) and scientific papers (including a pair of manuscripts in the journal Physical Biology describing the importance of f...

...I try to bridge the gap to show how the math represents the real world and also to look at alternatives in teaching and visualizing the key concepts. Algebra II is often difficult for students because they have trouble seeing the link between the equations (which are abstract) and the real world...

...I have a proven track record of reliably helping students adapt their learning styles to new circumstances, break through ceilings and plautus, and tap into the academic potential you never knew you had. I have a Bachelors degree in Genetics that I earned within 3 years of arrival at Rutgers Uni...

...When I entered the field, in 1979, there were no commercially available software packages to do circuit design/analysis. So I frequently was called on to generate the equations and FORTRAN code to analyze and optimize the circuits. This provided me with a deep understanding of the circuit theory and mathematical methods used to compute and optimize the response.

...I frequently work with a program called Matlab from Mathworks that allows easy computation of solutions to multi-dimensional matrices and systems of equations. Being able to effectively use this program requires a strong knowledge of linear algebra. I received my MS in Mech.

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