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Katie K.

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Master's Student at Georgia Southern

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Hi! I'm Katie, and I'm currently master's student at Georgia Southern, getting a degree in experimental psychology. I recently graduated from Georgia State University with a 3.9 (unweighted) GPA. I received a B.S in Psychology and a minor in neuroscience. When I was at Georgia State, I was a an SI Leader, which is a type of undergrad TA for courses with a higher than average fail rate. I ran twice a week additional lecture sections for Biology students for two semesters. I also have experience as a tour guide at Science Gallery Atlanta, a combination science museum and art gallery. Our current exhibit is on Justice and economics, race, gender, sexual orientation, and other aspects of identity can impact justice in the U.S. I am open for high school and college level tutoring in Psychology, Biology, Civics, and U.S History.


Tucker, United States







High School


Georgia State

2019 - 2022
B.S, Pyschology
Neuroscience Minor 4.1 Weighted GPA 3.9 Unweighted GPA Graduated a semester early!

Work Experience


March 2023 - present
I do a diverse group of work on Upwork, including some tutoring experience.


May 2022 - December 2022
SI Leader
I ran an in-person study session for Bio 1103k, or Biology for non-majors.My responsibilities included making lesson plans, creating study games, and holding weekly meetings with the professor of my course.

Science Gallery Altanta

March 2022 - present
I was a Mediator for Hooked: When Want Becomes Need, Science Gallery Altanta's first exhibition. I am currently a mediator for Justice, the second exhibition. My responsibilities include talking to guests about the exhibits, producing and writing our soon to be released Podcast, and helping to educate the public about the intersectionality of justice topics. For example, one of our exhibits talks about environmental racism, or how city planners and companies are able to push landfills, power plants, and other sources of air pollution into majority black communities.