John holds a B.E. in Chemical Engineering from Cooper Union and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Upon graduation, he pursued a post-doctorate research position in physics and engineering which led him to collaborate in various organizations such as NASA. This allowed him to expand not only his research abilities, but also mentorship opportunities with high school, undergraduate and graduate students alike. Currently, he acts as an adjunct professor in the STEM department guiding students in their research career in academia. John’s strengths lies in his patience, and ability to challenge students at their own level while practicing skills such as critical thinking and application-based learning. He is dedicated in stoking curiosity in others and sharing the joy of learning. In this free time, John enjoys listening to and performing music and comedy, and playing ultimate Frisbee.
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering – New Jersey Institute of Technology – Newark, NJ – 2013
B.E. in Chemical Engineering – The Cooper Union – Manhattan, NY – 2006
Over 1,000 hours of instruction
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering