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Prep101 Affiliate Program

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Biol 241, Biol 311, Chem 351
Instructor since 2010
10 prep sessions
427 students helped
2013–present Prep Instructor, Mechanics 
2013–present Prep Instructor, Statics
2012–present Tutor, Statics, Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials
2012–13 TA, Engineering Mechanics II
2012–13 TA, Mechanics of Solids 
2011-13 TA Mechanics of Materials 
2011 TA, Engineering Economics
2010 TA, Engineering Design & Communication 
2012–present Ph.D. [Mechanical Engineering]
2012 M.Sc. [Mechanical Engineering]
2009 B.Sc. [Mechanical Engineering]
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