Presently a Geoscience researcher assistant at Imperial College London, but based at the University of Leeds, I hold a PhD from Imperial College and a Masters of Earth Science (Geology) degree from the University of Oxford (1st Class).
A multi-faceted study, Earth Science has given me a broad understanding of the physical sciences and maths. Applying it the scientific understanding of this and other planets, to a dizzying arraying of topics, continues to be hugely challenging and immensely enjoyable.
My choice of degree was cemented by the fantastic teaching I received at A-level in Geology, Physics, Maths, Chemistry and Geography, at a local college in Stourbridge, West Midlands.
Efficient, affordable and reliable, I will try my utmost to deliver tailored, enjoyable, challenging tutorials to suit your desired level.
Fees subject to discussion.
Availability: In Leeds: Most weekdays and evenings, and weekends
Willing to travel: 2 miles
Experience: Highly commended teaching assistant for Geoscience Undergraduate (1st to 4th year) and Master level students at Imperial College London. Contact this Tutor
Fieldwork teaching assistant on undergraduate field trip to Assynt, NW Scotland and Petroleum Geoscience Masters students to Utah, USA.
Research fieldwork expeditions to Borneo and Svalbard, Arctic Norway fieldwork assistantship in Utah, USA and Newfoundland, Canada.
Oxford UNIQ tutorial for state school AS-level students, including hosting tutoring sessions and supervision.
University outreach events in local Oxfordshire schools and at my A-level college.
Extensive volunteer work at the Oxford Natural History Museum and Dudley Geology Museum.