I am a former PhD student in History o at the University of South Carolina with years of experience teaching at a college level. Currently, I am VP of Research for a Consulting Firm.
I believe that the best teaching method is to teach students how to become independent scholars.
I provide tutoring for all history subjects, including: American, European, and World History.
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I am an experience teacher - working as a teaching assistant for two years, and teaching my own class for another two. Before that, I worked as a tutor as an undergraduate, helping fellow students achieve better grades.
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Education & Qualifications
2011-2016 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
PhD track - History of Science and Technology, Public History, Speculative Fiction
2007-2010 Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, NC
• Bachelor of Arts in History summa cum laude
• GPA: 3.98
Final Project: Enlightenment Encapsulated - An Introduction to Eighteenth-Century Thought
2007 Mount-Royal College, Calgary, AB, Canada
• English for Academic Purposes class
2003-2007 The Open University of Israel
• Accumulated 59 Credit Hours in Psychology
• Participated in Psychology Research
• GPA: 3.72
• Graduate Travel Grant for S.NET (Fall 2012)
• Dean’s List (Fall 2007-Fall 2009-10)
• Phi Alpha Theta Outstanding Senior Award (Spring 2009)
2015- VP of Scientific Research at ProMedoss
2014-2015 Dissertation Research:
Black boxing and video-game culture, history of computing and software, history of the video game industry
Spring 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2015 – HIST 108 – Science and Technology in World History
2013-2014 Teaching Assistantship
(Spring 2013) HIST 109 – Latin American History
(Fall 2013 and Spring 2014) HIST 108 – Science and Technology in World History
2014 Internship position – McKissic Museum
2012 Ghosts of the Horseshoe – Interdisciplinary historical and media research.
2011-2012 Research Assistantship Position for Dr. Ann Johnson
Subject: History of Nanotechnology
2012 Oral History of Nanotechnology in Israel Project
2008-2009 CRLA Certified Tutor level 1, Pfeiffer University Learning Center, Misenheimer, NC
2009-2010 Stanly County Museum of History, Albemarle, NC
Review of Game After: A Cultural Study of Video Game Afterlife (Raiford Guins), IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 37:1 (2015), 88-89.
Conference Presentations and Lectures:
“History of Video Games,” University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, November 2013.
“To Infinity and Beyond: The In-Silico Limits of Self Replicating Nano Assemblers,” S.Net, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, October 2012.
• Phi Alpha Theta National History Honors Society, 2009-Present
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