Problem solver skilled at leading a team to achieve collective goals and objectives. Experience training hundreds of peers and subordinates on officership, as well as coordinating with supervisors to ensure accomplishment of unit mission.
Earned AFROTC Field Training Distinguished Graduate Award in Summer 2012
Granted MCTP scholarship by school of Math Spring 2011, and Commander's Leadership Scholarship by ROTC Det 165 Fall 2010
Placed on the Dean's List for nine consecutive semesters; earning Faculty's Honors five times
Admitted in to the Air Force's Undergraduate Pilot Training Program
Awarded many Air Force recognitions to include Meritorious Service, Academic Honors, and Physical Fitness
Recognized Institute wide as the CETL BP Outstanding TA over all other Undergrad TA in Spring 2013.
Institute training regiment for over 120 cadets in Georgia Tech's ROTC program. As commander, I oversaw both the operational and support groups in order to ensure effective development of future Air Force officers.
Was head recitation TA for 6 semesters teaching both Calculus II & III.
Instructed over 240 students to include Distance Learning individuals who were enrolled online
Led recitation twice weekly, and held additional office and tutor hours.
Studied Stochastic Processes under Prof. Yuri Bahktin via Summer REU
Analyzed invariant distributions of systems with random switchings
Used computer software (Python, Maple) to instantiate data that would eventually reject Prof. Bahktin's hypothesis.
Aside from required technical courses, additional coursework was taken in Business, Accounting, and Organizational Psychology.
24 Credit hours in Leadership Studies through AFROTC
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