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I have a PhD in Mathematics: Mathematical Finance. I have taught most of mathematics first and second year, and statistics first year level courses. I have taught mathematics and statistics all over the world. I have a lot of experience in tutoring from via home visits and online tutoring.
I have over three decades of university teaching experience, and a number of hours of high school tutoring. I have taught at five different universities in three countries, including: the University of Calgary, Mount Royal University, Calgary, University of Lethbridge, Calgary campus, University of Sarajevo and University of Montenegro.
I written many publications, here are a few of them:
Gordana and Antony Ware. Optimal portfolios consisting of log-affine assets. Talk. MITACS May 2005.
Gordana and Antony Ware. Risk measures and financial crises. North South Dialogue in Mathematics. May 2009.
Gordana . Modern Portfolio Theory, Part I and II. Talk. Lunch at the Lab, U of C, March 17th and 31st 2011.
I have been praised by my students for being able to explain difficult concepts in clear and concise manner. I am very patient with my students and I'm willing to go over any material that they feel uncomfortable with. I have also tutored many students over the years, and all of my tutoring students have achieved results well above average. Here are some testimonies of my former students:
" I really appreciated you teaching our lecture the course and being so patient with me in particular . I am very thankful I got to be in your lecture! Happy Holidays! Cheers, Mark Li”"
“Gordana is an enthusiastic, compassionate professor, who genuinely loves to help anyone who is interested attain the best grade possible. She teaches extremely well, and if you use web-work religiously, and do her homework questions and practice she posts, you will do very well. You would be lucky to have an instructor as amazing as Gordana.”
“I thought Gordana was a great professor. She made statistics look easy. The quizzes were easy and the midterm and final were fair. If you want to do well in this class just attend class, take notes, ask questions, do the homework and you will do fine in the course.”
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- University of Calgary (2004) - PhD: Mathematical Finance (Doctorate) (✘ Not On File)