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Biographies of our outstanding Physics tutors
David has a Ph.D. and Masters in Applied physics from Columbia University and a BS in theoretical physics from the Cooper Union university in NYC. He taught math and statistics at the University of Maryland at UMUC, tutored math, physics and English at Novastar Prep Tutoring. He taught high school biology and math at Mesivta of Baltimore. And taught undergraduate astronomy at Loyola University (Baltimore). He was also a support scientist at NASA and a Senior scientist for a few companies.
Harrison is working on a Ph.D. in Astronomy at the University of Maryland, and has a BA in physics and astrophysics from the University of California, Berkeley. He is a TA at the University of Maryland Department of Astronomy, teaching Astronomy 101. He was a teaching assistant at Berkeley Department of Astronomy, where he taught a course called, The Planets, and also taught a general astronomy course.
John has BS in astrophysics from Brown University. He was a teaching assistant at Brown, where he taught physics, and tutored physics and math through calculus. He taught math at Saint Anselm’s Abbey School in Washington DC.
Ramya has a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Physics and Astrophysics from Penn State. She was an ROTC Tutor at Penn State where she tutored undergraduates in introductory calculus, and physics.