• Prepared the material and taught the course (30 hours+) which: Introduced students
to the profession, including the disciplines of chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, and mechanical engineering
• Prepared students for success in technical problem solving and engineering
design, ethical decision-making, teamwork and collaboration
• Conducted laboratory experiments, surveys and literature reviews for use in
scholarly publications, assisted professor in analysis of results for research papers
I am a graduate Chemical Engineer from UBC and would like to teach math and physics. I had the chance in the past to teach a course for 32 hours at UBC called Introduction to Engineering and I find teaching is both fun and a responsibility.
University of British Columbia (May 2014-July 2017), Major: Chemical Engineering
University of Birmingham (Sept.2012-April 2014), Major: Biosciences
Tulane University (Sept.2006-Sept.2008), Major: Chemical Engineering
National Technical University of Athens (Sept.1998-Sept.2003), Major: Chemical Engineering
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