I am a perpetual student, who finally realized that his expertise (the methodology for learning academics) could be useful to others. My engineer parents groomed me to be an engineer as well, so my many years of education prior to graduate school were full of Math & Science. I have since focused on education, especially the arc from high school STEM courses to the transition into college STEM courses. Consequently, my last (I have 2) Master's Degree was in Science Teaching. But my 1st Master's Degree was in Public Health, with years of computer research in molecular epidemiology and lab research in antibiotic development. I thus am now quite interested in helping motivated students help themselves through the academics required of them in order to enter the health field. In my decade of tutoring, I've seen many caring students abandon their health care hopes when they get discouraged in traditionally-taught core Science courses. The health care field in particular, and our society in general, is the poorer due to losing these students. Lastly, I like to think of myself as well-rounded: I also eat & sleep.