Chris graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU) in 2015 with
degrees in Evolutionary Biology and Psychology. After graduating, he worked as an
EMT and developed an interest in becoming a medical doctor. So between
ambulance shifts and organic chemistry homework he studied for and took the
MCAT in 2018 receiving a score of 520, placing him in the 98 th percentile.
Now he works as a research assistant in The Sleep and Chronobiology Lab at CU
where he teaches and mentors undergraduate students. Additionally he works as a
professional childhood educator and volunteers his time tutoring immigrant
workers in English. Chris will be applying for medical school and hopes to
eventually practice as an emergency medicine physician.
Chris offers years of experience as an educator working with a broad range of
students and has an emphasis on not only teaching in a way that quickly
communicates information, but which is also engaging and fun. Chris has a passion
for studying the art of education and is always looking for new ways to make
learning fulfilling to all involved.
He spends his down time baking bread, learning Spanish, cooking, and reading non-
University of Colorado at Boulder
Biology and Psychology