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Summary

Teacher of Statistics, Psychology, Philosophy, and Computer Science

Experienced in explaining difficult research to diverse audiences

Work experience

Jan 2005Present

Graduate Assistant

Rutgers University
  • Taught Introductory Cognitive Psychology to freshmen and sophomores
  • Tutored Neuroethics and Computational Neuroscience students
  • Organized and Founded monthly Philosophy Club
Nov 2008Apr 2009

Volunteer

Free Arts NYC

Helped under-served children explore their artistic talents and build self-esteem through multiple theme-based art projects.

Aug 2008Dec 2008

Adjunct Lecturer

Lehman College

  • Taught Evening Class of 22 Undergraduate Students
  • Designed Statistics Curriculum in accordance with GAISE Report
  • Employed Active and Group Learning Techniques
  • Designed and Administered Aptitude Tests
May 2003Dec 2004

Computer Consultant

Gagliardi Consulting

Managed software development team for Learning Worlds.

Negotiated and Developed Custom Software Solutions with Clients.

Jun 1999Aug 1999

Programmer

Manpower Inc.

Designed and maintained a MS Access relational database for the Bible Research Study Institute with VBA macros to parse, validate, and import data in Chinese, Greek, and Hebrew

Jun 1996Aug 1998

Programmer

Client Server Designs

  • Implemented components in Visual Basic for product-mainly dealt with database access and HTML page creation. 
  • Implemented web-based database access and automated invoice generation via Active Server Pages. 
  • Implemented a telephony system in Visual Basic that read e-mail over the phone.

Portfolio

Education

Jun 2006Jun 2006

Santa Fe Institute

Studies include diverse education in complex systems from food webs to social networks

20032004

New York University

  • MA Scholar Award
  • Coursework included Cognitive Psychology and Concepts & Categories
19931997

High School

Windward School

  • Math Book Award
  • Electives included Film & Video, Drama, and History of Religions