Sandy DeSousa






 

Sandy DeSousa, Mathematics

Sandy is currently a mathematics lecturer at San Jose State University. She has taught for over seven years in the Evergreen schools as a substitute teacher.


   
  One of the greatest math teachers. Very entertaining and fun to be in class. This professor teaches with skill and is easy to understand. Shortcuts to a lot of math problems you will not find in the book.  
 
   ..... comment from one of Sandy's students  


Sandy's Resume

EDUCATION
  • 2004-2006, San Jose State University
    • M.A. Mathematics
      • Relevant Classes (Linear Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Math for Secondary School Teachers, Advanced Topics in Mathematics (two graduate level statistics classes), Technical Writing
  • 1984-1988, University of California, San Diego
    • B.A. Applied Math/Minor in Physics
      • Graduated Magna Cum Laude
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • 2005 – Present, San José State University, San Jose, CA
    • Teaching Assistant and Mathematics Lecturer 
  • 2007 – Present, San Jose City College, San Jose, CA
    • Mathematics Instructor
  • 1999 – Present, Evergreen School District, San Jose, CA
    • Substitute Teacher
      • Teach Kindergarten through sixth grade when teachers are absent
  • 1993 - 1999, L3 Communications/Storm Control Systems, San Jose, CA
    • Senior Software Engineer and Product Manager
      • Design, develop, integrate, test, and document Satellite Ground Control Software
    • Software Product Manager responsible for customer interface, personnel, and schedules 
  • 1989 - 1993, Advanced Software Resources, Inc, Santa Clara, CA
    • Software Engineer
  • 1988 - 1989, IBM, Federal Systems Division, Santa Clara, CA
    • Software Engineer
      • Maintenance of Satellite Ground Control Software
  • 1986 - 1988, University of California, San Diego
    • Teaching Assistant and Math Tutor
    • Instruct Calculus and Pre-calculus classes as a supplement to professor's lectures
    • Tutor a variety of college level math classes to fellow students in groups and one-on-one