MeganHi, my name is Megan. I'm a tutor who has a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Notre Dame. I also have a Ph.D. in microbiology from Yale University. I have experience working as a tutor, an adjunct a professor, and a teaching fellow. As your tutor, I would be happy to help you with subjects like algebra, biology, physiology, and other math and science courses. Reach out to me if you'd like some extra help with one of the topics that I specialize in. I'd love to use my experience as an educator to help you get more out of the academic opportunities you're currently pursuing.
University of Notre Dame - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
Yale University - Doctor of Philosophy, Microbiology
High School Biology
GarrettI earned my Bachelor of Science in aerospace engineering from MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and went on to earn my Master of Science in robotics technology from the Carnegie Mellon University. My work is in robotics engineering, and I have tutored for years, as well. I believe that when I can inspire students, they become more motivated to learn. I find my role as a tutor to be more than just one who imparts knowledge, but more as an academic mentor. I tutor students in various math, computer science, and technology subjects, including robotics. I am also available to help students prepare for tests and standardized exams. In my free time, I enjoy running and biking.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University - Master of Science, Robotics Technology
Middle School Math
ErinI earned my bachelor's degree in Ecological and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Colorado's Boulder campus. This love of nature makes me especially qualified to tutor students in environmental type science classes, geography, and ecology. I've also been successful tutoring students in math and science in middle and high school, and can tutor students in German, as well. The two most important things I bring to the tutoring relationship are patience and understanding. This helps me create the kind of trusting relationship necessary for a struggling student to feel safe enough in our learning environment to take the risks necessary to truly learn complex concepts and difficult subject matter.
University of Colorado Boulder - Bachelors, Ecological and Evolutionary Biology
High School Geography
High School Chemistry