Tutor profile: Phil Z.
Architecture Studies Professor for 5 Years
I have over eight years of teaching undergraduate and graduate students in the professions of architecture and landscape architecture. My expertise ranges from using advanced digital media programs to basic math fundamentals. As a young professional, dedicating my career to teaching at an early stage in my life shows my passion for helping students grow and advance their skill sets. My advocacy for one-on-one sessions for learning always improves the student's appreciation and understanding of each lesson plan. It is my ultimate goal to...
I have been a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Tennessee for digital media courses that prepare undergraduate and graduate students to have a basic aptitude in design programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, SketchUp, and Rhino. After that I transitioned from a part time instructor, to visiting professor, to now tenure-track assistant professor where I teach a multitude of courses that involve advanced and comprehensive use of the before mentioned design programs.
University of Tennessee
2010 - 2012
Arizona State University
2005 - 2009
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Assistant Professor
2013 - Present
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