Roger is a STEM tutor focusing on Biology and Chemistry. Raised in Los Angeles, Roger moved to San Diego where he received his B.A. in Biology at the University of San Diego, where he was involved in several organizations including serving as a Resident Assistant and enrolling as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society. Prior to working at Hamilton, Roger served as a Research assistant with Dr. Richard Gonzalez and also served as a Medical Assistant with Dr. Stewart, with a goal to pursue an M.D. in the future. Not only that, but Roger served as the head volunteer tutor at Perkins Elementary for two years prior to joining Hamilton Education, giving him experience when trying to formulate different approaches to teaching novel concepts to students. When Roger isn’t at Hamilton, he enjoys hiking, boxing, and playing video games every now and then.
Learning How to Learn
Written by: Roger Hsu As a science instructor, one of the...