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1. E.Hall, page 1 Everett C. Hall, III 15320 Frazho Road Roseville, MI 48066 (248) 866-8753 formulev@umich.edu EDUCATION UniversityofMichigan,AnnArbor,Michigan,graduation…
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  • 1. E.Hall, page 1 Everett C. Hall, III 15320 Frazho Road Roseville, MI 48066 (248) 866-8753 formulev@umich.edu EDUCATION UniversityofMichigan,AnnArbor,Michigan,graduation anticipated April 2016 M.S., Chemical Biology  Focus in cancer biology and protein-protein interactions  Graduate Teaching Certification Wayne State University,Detroit,Michigan,2015 B.A., Chemistry  Recipient of the Jerald K. Tranzow Endowed Scholarship (2014)  Dean’s List (2014-2015) MacombCommunityCollege,Warren,Michigan,2010 A.A.S., ElectricalMaintenance Technology Certificate, ElectricalConstruction Maintenance  Dean’s List (2010) TEACHING EXPERIENCE GraduateStudentInstructor,UniversityofMichigan,January—December2015  Taught foursections of CHEM 125, CHEM 126: General Chemistry  Lead discussion and lab sections for 50 students  Graded assignments, quizzes, and final exams  Held officehours, proctored forexams and lectures  Modified, performed, and explained analytical,general, and biological experiments forlab courses  Maintained and upheld high standards for students in the classroom whilefostering independent learning  Providedadditional instruction forstudents in the formof officehours, exam reviews, and tutoring sessions  Worked under Dr. PoniatowskiLecturer IIIof Chemistry Lead Faculty,MIAT CollegeofTechnology,2013—2015  Taught 105-108, 209-212  Instructed, coordinated, and assisted in lab projects for50 students  Executed curriculum changes, including review of modifications, design, and implementation  Assisted in the development of in-service subject material, and provided instructional and technical guidance forinstructors  Providedadditional instruction forstudents in the formof officehours, exam reviews, and tutoring sessions SubstituteTeacher,EDUStaff, 2012-2013  Taught math, chemistry, biology, and physics courses according to prepared lesson plans  Maintained classrooms with 30 students and graded written work
  • 2. E.Hall, page 2 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE GraduateStudentResearch Assistant,KelloggEyeCenter,UniversityofMichigan,May-December2015  ProjectFocus: Retinal diseases and their mechanisms. Intent to develop new treatments to prevent and/or reverse associated vision loss  Performed chemistry and biology-related lab techniques and designed experiments by optimizing transaction methods, Western blots, gel electrophoresis, genotyping, and PCR  Calculated correctconcentrations and reagents for experiments (e.g. scaling up or down to maintain efficiency)  Worked under Dr. Fort,Assistant Professor of Pathology StudentResearch Assistantto Dr.Chu, ProfessorofPhysics, Wayne State University,September-December2014  Projectfocus:Small angle neutron scattering data and analysis of the structure of Antifreeze Glycoproteins  Studied dynamics and structures of proteins, nanoparticles and their hydration, through neutron and X- ray scattering spectroscopy  Collaborated in research group under Dr. Chu, Professor of Physics WORK EXPERIENCE Robotics Technician,FanucRobotics,Rochester,Michigan,2012-2013  Interpreted blueprints to build robots, rails, and robotpaint cells according to Quality Standards  Designed builds involving electrical,mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and paint systems  Made implementations for cost-downimprovements on systems  Tested and created durability programs using pendant, Karel programming language Electrical and MechanicalMaintenanceTechnician,TrinityIndustries,Inc. Madisonville,Louisiana,2008- 2010  Troubleshot and repaired all equipment forproduction, such as welding robots, multi-process welders, circuitboards  Rebuilt three-phase AC and DC drive motors, overhead cranes, and gantry cranes  Performed pressure and leak down tests of paint systems  Purged and cleaned fuelholding tanks EngineeringIntern, Intralox,L.L.C., Harrahan,Louisiana,2007-2008 • Designed, fabricated, and assembled all testing equipment according to customer requests, including modular plastic conveyerbelt systems • Calculated conveyerbelt gear reduction drive transitions for correcttransfer of factory products PrototypeInstrumentationTechnician,LivernoisVehicleDevelopment,Dearborn,Michigan,2004-2006  Retrofitted vehicles and motors for alternative fuels (e.g. hydrogen or propane gas) for testing in a Dynamometer Lab  Assembled prototypeprojects, documented identified failure analysis after testing  Installed instrumentation on catalytic converterand drivetrain systems, and interior molded plastic parts
  • 3. E.Hall, page 3 AFFILIATIONS, MEMBERSHIPS, AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS  Member,Pre-Optometry Club, University of Michigan, 2015-2016  FounderandPresident,Pre-Optometry Club, Wayne State University, 2014-2016  Member,American Society of Chemical Engineers 2010-2016  Member,Mathematics Honor Society,Delgado Community College, 2008-2009 RELATED SKILLS  Proficientin Mac and PC platforms, MicrosoftOfficeSuite  Substitute teacher permits in Macomb, Wayne, and Oakland Counties  Overhead Crane License # 12420121 LABORATORY SKILLS, and COURSEWORK • Twoyears laboratory experience • Prepared Solutions: acidic/basic, potentiometric titrations, multi-step synthesis, solid-phase extraction, recrystallization, buffers forexperiments, serial dilutions • Analyzed Substances: GC-FID/TCD, LC, MS-EI/CI, H/C-NMR, IR, florescencespectroscopy,BP, MP, determining BAC, optimizing transaction methods, Western blots, gel electrophoresis, genotyping, PCR, calculating correctconcentrations and reagents forexperiments • Determined Structure: stress/strain testing, tensile/yield strength, elasticity, crystallography,FCC, BCC UNDERGRADUATE LAB & COURSEWORK GRADUATE COURSEWORK • Organic Spectroscopy • Professional Development in Biophysics • General Chemistry I & II withLab • Nucleic Acid Biochemistry • Organic Chemistry I & II with Lab • Chemical Biology of Proteins I • Inorganic Metals in Biology • Critical Analysis I • Biological PhysicalChemistry • Research Responsibility & Ethics • Biochemistry • Cellular Biotechnology • PhysicalChemistry Lab • Chemical Biology of Proteins II • Analytical Chemistry withLab • Critical Analysis II • : ENGINEERING LAB & COURSEWORK SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY • • Material and Energy Balance • C++ programming • • • Basic Engineering Design • • Minitab •• Engineering Statistics • • Matlab •• Material Analysis Lab • Pendant Robotic Programming Fanuc Robots • • • Materials Engineering • Excel • REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
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