Tutor profile: Emily C.
Recent Masters Graduate with Experience as Teaching Assistant
I recently graduated with my MSE in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and also hold a B.S. in Bioengineering from Oregon State University. Although I've mainly tutored at the undergraduate and high school level I'm eager to teach math, science, and engineering for all age levels.
My teaching experiences include being a teaching assistant for undergraduate engineering courses at UT Austin over my time as a masters student. I have been responsible for consistent office hours, grading, mentoring small project groups, and teaching labs. I've been responsible for 5-95 students at times, but prefer working with smaller groups to give students needed one-on-one time.
University of Texas at Austin
2020 - 2021
Oregon State University
2016 - 2020
University of Texas at Austin, Graduate Teaching Assistant
2020 - 2021
Held consistent office hours and taught exam review sessions for BME 311 – Network Analysis in Biomedical Engineering for Fall 2020 and Fall 2021 semesters. Prepared to teach and answer questions about various aspects of introductory circuits such as Mesh Analysis, Nodal Analysis, Thevenin/Norton Theorems, DC and AC circuits. Taught weekly lab sessions for BME 313L – Introduction to Numerical Methods in BME for Spring 2021. Taught students how to use coding skills in MATLAB to solve numerical problems. Mentored students in meetings for...
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