My teaching approach is to engage with the student as much as possible. It is best for the student to figure out the problems themselves with hints, guidance, and support, rather than simply giving them the answer. I like to explain things in multiple different ways with real life examples to help students truly grasp and understand the subject.
I am a Graduate Chemical Engineering Student at Texas A&M University that has excelled in Physics, Chemistry, and Math in both High School and College. I completed my undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering with a GPA of 3.41. I have experience helping others with complex engineering and science problems and hope to help students succeed in these traditionally difficult subjects.
Ryan M. Clear (E.I.T.)
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Graduated May 2018 Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Undergraduate GPA: 3.41
Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering January 2020-Present
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Graduate GPA: (first semester student)
• Experienced with teamwork and teaching peers complex methods to engineering and science problems.
• Experienced in holding leadership roles and positive interactions with both customers and coworkers.
Data Entry Specialist January 2020-December 2020
40 hours per week
• Processed confidential client data for J.P. Morgan Chase at a secure lockbox facility.
• Compiled correspondence accurately and quickly with strong attention to detail.
Chemistry Coursework in High School and Undergraduate Degree 2012-2018
• Completed 3 years of chemistry coursework in High School, including 2 years of Advanced IB Chemistry.
• Finished multiple college chemistry courses, including Honor’s Organic Chemistry, Quantitative Analysis, and Physical Chemistry
Undergraduate Microelectronics Research August 2017-December 2017
9 hours per week
• Researched copper lithography resolution, testing under varying light intensities and exposure times.
• Worked in a clean lab setting, following all safety guidelines under the guidance of Dr. Kuo.
Biggby Coffee Barista, Coppell, TX July 2013-July 2014
Shift leader, 15-20 hours per week while attending High School
• Interacted directly with customers, rapidly prepared a variety of coffee beverages and sandwiches, washed dishes and closed store.
• Youngest shift leader ever at the store, trusted to handle cash, close the store, and deal with operational issues.
Chemical Engineering Car Design September 2014 – May 2016
Team Leader, 10-15 hours per week
• Lead a team of 15 to design two shoebox size cars that run off of chemical reactions.
• Developed a documentation method for engineering processes and ideas to be used by future members.
• Prioritized that all actions were safe and met the safety requirements of AICHE.
• Organized and led group meetings and building sessions, personally focused on making car batteries.
Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity September 2016 – May 2018
• Participated in events that focus on service, such as Big Event, park clean-ups, and community STEM nights.
• Engaged in professional development seminars sponsored by companies and the University.
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