I have spent much of my life studying and working overseas in Europe, Asia and Latin America. After completing undergraduate degrees in International Studies, French and German, I pursued a dual master's degree program at the University of North Carolina. My focus, however over the past four years has been focused strictly on assisting students in perfecting their written English and grammar. As far as my personal life is concerned however, I have studied abroad in France, Germany and Brazil, in addition to teaching in China. Consequently, I am very familiar with the sorts of issues undergraduate and graduate students encounter when studying abroad.
Consequently, as an academic writing instructor at China Agricultural University, I possess considerable knowledge and expertise in terms of assisting students in attaining their specific academic and professional goals. Furthermore as a writer (having pursued graduate degrees in Anthropology and Latin American History), I am very familiar with the specific issues involved in putting together a well-organized, polished and coherent research paper. In short, my professional and academic knowledge has furnished me with the opportunity to help students in the ‘nuts and bolts’ of academic and technical writing. I have taught writing to students from a diverse array of disciplines ranging from communications and economics to fields such as biology and agricultural science.