Kenneth

Personal Statement

Kenneth is a PhD student at Stevens Institute of Technology where he is figuring out the theoretical calculations to allow for the teleportation of molecules and the construction of full colored dynamic 3D holograms without the need for special glasses or cameras. His ambition of turning science-fiction technology into science fact is fueled from his life mentality. He stands by the statements, “If I can dream it, I can make it.” “Time and effort can render what’s deemed impossible today, probable tomorrow and inevitably an everyday occurrence.”

Kenneth‘s learning philosophy starts by acknowledging that getting something wrong is simply a sign post pointing you in the right direction. Kennethbelieves in the growth mindset and that the process of learning something can, in many ways, be more valuable than getting something right.

Kenneth takes his learning philosophy into his classroom at Stevens where he teaches undergraduates how to break down complex physics problems into small easy steps. At the same time, he always shows how mathematical or physics concepts relates to everyday life or technology.

Kenneth‘s teaching methods will show you how to create your own knowledge tree as a method to categorize things you learn and be able to understand a subject any scale; the big picture or the nitty gritty details. He will not only teach you how to overcome misunderstandings and become proficient at math or physics, but will show you the path to mastery.

In Person and Online Tutoring

Experienced Teacher and Mentor

Masters Degree

  • BS Physics, Minor Mathematics Drexel University – 2013
  • MS Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology – 2019
  • PhD Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology – 2022
  • ACT Math
  • ACT Science
  • Algebra
  • AP Calculus
  • AP Physics
  • Calculus
  • Elementary Math
  • Geometry
  • GRE Math
  • ISEE Math
  • Online Tutoring
  • Physics
  • Pre-Calculus
  • SAT Math
  • SSAT Math
  • Statistics
  • Subject Test Prep
  • Trigonometry
  • Undergraduate Research Award 2011, Student Society of Physics Students President 2018-Current