I am a PhD researcher in the field of History of Science, also working as a research associate in Environmental History at the University of Sussex. My interdisciplinary education and work history has given me expert knowledge in various subjects, including History, Archaeology, Religious Education, Anthropology, Psychology, Environmental Science and Philosophy. I have experience teaching Research and Study Skills in a summer school at Queen Mary's University, London, and have also tutored individuals from GCSE to Undergraduates. I am passionate about Social Sciences, in particular from an interdisciplinary perspective, and while teaching, I try to impart new ways to look at a subject, to help put it into context. I believe that everybody has a unique perspective on a given subject, and take pride in helping them to express it.
|The University of Exeter||Theology||BA|
|The University of Sheffield||Cognitive Science||MA|
I have taught Research and Study Skills at a summer school for medical undergraduates at Queen Mary University of London. This involved teaching two classes of 25 students over a five week period on a range of topics, including research techniques, women in STEM and distinctions between good and bad science. In addition to planning and leading the class seminars, I provided the students with one-to-one tutoring, and marked assignments, giving detailed feedback. I also have experience tutoring students, on a freelance basis, across a variety of subjects, from GCSE level to undergraduates.