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"Ivy League Dual PhD qua Tutor"
New York, NY, 10010
Provides tutoring in: Language (Greek, Latin), Test Preparation (SAT) and more..
Preferred Subjects: Ancient Languages, Calculus, Religion, Test Preparation, Writing, Study Skills, Philosophy, ACT, GED, GMAT, GRE, ISEE, LSAT, SAT, MCAT, Spanish, Latin, German, English, Science, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Statistics, Trigonometry, SAT Math, Pre-Calculus, Math, Geometry, Calculus, Algebra
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, (2010 – 2015), Ph.D., in Classics and Philosophy (degree in progress);University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, (2009 – 2010), M.A., Classics and Philosophy Concentration (3.7); Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, (2006 – 2009), B.A., Magna Cum Laude, Greek, Latin, Philosophy (3.7); Goethe-Institut, Mannheim, DE, (2008); Columbia University, New York, NY, (2005), Courses in chemistry, biology, and psychology (3.7)
Awards and Prizes
(2010) Cornell University Five-Year Fellowship; (2009-10) Acceptances to PhD Programs in Classics: University of Washington at Seattle Interdisciplinary PhD program in classics and philosophy; University of Iowa (full fellowship); University of Wisconsin at Madison (full fellowship); (2009) The University of Chicago Full Tuition Fellowship ($40,428); (2009) The Judah Torah Medal:“This award was established in 1856, and is awarded for excellence in the study of ancient history, Greek, Hebrew, or Latin. William has been an excellent student in Greek and Latin, as well as in ancient philosophy. He has written a fine honors thesis on the concept of shame in classical Greek thought.” (2009) Tulane Departmental Honors in Both Greek and Philosophy; (2008) Summer Grants: Newcomb-Tulane College Summer Grant ($1,000),Tulane Classics Summer Fund ($1,000); (2006) Procter & Gamble Summer Research in Cincinnati, Ohio (10% of Applicants Selected); (2006) Certified Avian Specialist by Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC); (2006) Bird Talk Magazine January 2006 Prize Winner for research with birds; (2005) Susan Smith Memorial Prize in Mathematics; (2005) Long Island Science Education Leadership
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