Victor Camacho
University of Utah
Department of Mathematics
Office: LCB 317
camacho@math.utah.edu

Teaching
Introduction:
I believe it is important to continue learning and teaching throughout ones entire life!
For the past 6 years I have done a great amount of teaching and tutoring.
In 2005 I began working for Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth
program where I had the privilege of teaching mathematics and science courses to gifted middle
school and young high school students for several weeks each summer. That same year I also
began working as a tutor and TA at Harvey Mudd College while concurrently enrolled in school there.
In 2007 I moved to Salt Lake City to attend graduate school at the University of Utah.
Soon after I moved here I began working with many local high school students as a private
math and science tutor though I developed a much more consistent customer base starting in
the summer of 2009. In the fall of 2009 I began teaching undergraduate mathematics
courses at the University of Utah and have taught one course each semester since then.
I am very passionate about teaching and make a concerted effort to improve my abilities at
every possible opportunity.
Current Courses:
Fall 2016: Oneonone Tutoring
Previous Courses:
Summer 2016: ACT Prep Class
Summer 2015: ACT Prep Class
Spring 2015: Math 1310  Engineering Calculus I
Fall 2014: Math 2250  Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
Summer 2014: Math 2250  Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
Spring 2014: Math 1310  Engineering Calculus I
Fall 2013: Math 1310  Engineering Calculus I
Summer 2013: Math 2250  Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
Spring 2013: Math 1310  Engineering Calculus I
Fall 2012: Math 1220  Calculus II
Summer 2012: Math 1060  Trigonometry
Spring 2012: Math 1210  Calculus I
Fall 2011: Math 2250  Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
Summer 2011: Math 1010  Intermediate Algebra
Spring 2011: Math 2250  Differential Equations & Linear Algebra
Fall 2010: Math 1210  Calculus I
Spring 2010: Math 1030  Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning
Fall 2009: Math 1030  Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning

