## About the Tutor

Mr. Hogan has a Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin, and has been teaching math in one form or another for over twenty years. As a highly qualified and experienced teacher of mathematics, he is able to draw on a vast body of knowledge and past experiences to help make mathematics fun and approachable to students.

Mr. Hogan has had the honor of teaching mathematics in a large variety of settings over the years. In high school, he tutored peers in geometry and algebra. As an undergraduate, he served as a Sperling-Cohen Tutor in Calculus at Penn State University. After attaining a degree in mathematics and physics (graduating at the top of his class), he went on to teach high school science and mathematics for nearly three years with the US Peace Corps in Ghana, West Africa. Later, he worked as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Texas, and has been coaching individual high school and college students in Austin for over ten years.

Mr. Hogan's many years of teaching experience allow him to work with students from a variety of perspectives and teaching approaches, and allow him to carefully tailor material that draws on the strengths of each individual student.

Mr. Hogan has had the honor of teaching mathematics in a large variety of settings over the years. In high school, he tutored peers in geometry and algebra. As an undergraduate, he served as a Sperling-Cohen Tutor in Calculus at Penn State University. After attaining a degree in mathematics and physics (graduating at the top of his class), he went on to teach high school science and mathematics for nearly three years with the US Peace Corps in Ghana, West Africa. Later, he worked as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Texas, and has been coaching individual high school and college students in Austin for over ten years.

Mr. Hogan's many years of teaching experience allow him to work with students from a variety of perspectives and teaching approaches, and allow him to carefully tailor material that draws on the strengths of each individual student.