Justine Trinh

PhD Student/Teaching Assistant
Washington State University

Currently pursuing a PhD in English

M.A. in Asian American Studies, B.A. Classics, B.A. Asian American Studies, B.S. Mathematics

Career Path: 

I am currently PhD student in English Literature at Washington State University. I research Asian American literature and look at the family dynamics and forced departure. I currently teach the equivalent of Writing 39B and C and will be teaching Gender and Sexuality Studies this fall. In addition, I also tutor high school and college students in mainly mathematics.

Washington State University, UCI (still doing research under Professor Judy Wu)
Personal Interests: 
My personal interests vary greatly and I feel like I become interested in something new every other week. I love art, film, and literature as well math.
I feel like everything is interconnected, and we do ourselves a great disservice by thinking in binary ways.
Type of Students: 
I can assist students that are interested in graduate school as well as student who want to branch out to other subjects/careers that are not traditionally STEM/Physical science.
Number of Students I can Mentor: 
Joined Date: 
6 years 7 months ago
Ideal Mentoring Relationship: 
My ideal mentor relationship is someone who can communicate. I can help the best I can, but I need that person to tell me what they need and then we can work out a plan.
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