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San Francisco University

Location:
San Francisco, California, 94122, United States
Posted:
May 27, 2010

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CURTIS KIFER

**** **** ***. *** *********, CA, **122

mobile: (415)-***-****

e-mail: abmq2f@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE:

Apply the analysis skills and presentation skills that I strengthened while

acquiring my Master's degree in mathematics to be an excellent and highly

reliable entry level worker - in time, taking on ever-increasing roles and

responsibilities.

EDUCATION:

. Master's Degree in Mathematics, May 2010, from San Francisco State

University.

. Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics, May 2004, from University of

California, Berkeley.

WORK EXPERIENCE:

. Graduate Teaching Associate: (San Francisco State University) (Aug.

'05 to Dec. '09) Teaching credited algebra and calculus courses to

classes of approximately 40 university students. Duties included

planning the course, writing a syllabus, planning and implementing

lectures, assigning and grading homework, and creating/grading quizzes

and exams. Course grades were computed, then assigned via an online

environment. Finally, some statistics - measurable student learning

outcomes - were compiled and entered into a database.

. Tutor-for-Hire: (San Francisco) (Jan. '02 to May '05) Math tutor for

high-school and college students in pre-calculus, statistics, linear

algebra, and calculus.

. Instructor: (Summer Bridge Program at U.C. Berkeley) (May '01 to July

'01) Taught a summer course in pre-calculus to an incoming university

freshman class.

. Study-Group Leader: (Student Learning Center at U.C. Berkeley) (Aug.

'00 to May '01) Taught calculus to groups of UC Berkeley undergrads.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

. Many, many of my student evaluations have student comments claiming

that I am the best or one of the top math teachers my students have

ever experienced. I have these evaluations; please ask to see them.

. The research I recently accomplished for my master's thesis in number

theory is being submitted for publishing in a math journal by my

master's thesis adviser, himself a number theorist with many published

articles.



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