Yuriy Choliy, Mathematics, Science and Chess Instructor at Enrich Learning, received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry with minor in Mathematics from Rutgers University. He also pursued PHD program in Physical Chemistry from _September 2006 through January 2013. During this time, Yuriy has taught Physical Chemistry sequence as a Teaching Assistant at Rutgers University. He has a well-versed teaching experience that includes college-level mathematics (calculus sequence, probability, ordinary differential equations), physics (mechanics, electricity, and magnetism, introduction to quantum mechanics) and chemistry (General chemistry, Thermodynamics, Molecular Modeling ).
Yuriy is passionate about helping students excel in mathematics and natural sciences. He believes success in the STEM area can be achieved by the development of strong critical, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Yuriy is also an avid Chess Player. It is commonly believed that the practice of chess promotes brain growth by exercising both sides of the brain and will also raise IQ, memory improvement, and creativity. These are all skills that can be used throughout life to help kids get through tough times and take advantage of new opportunities.
In addition to teaching Yuriy is interested in research. He published several research papers in chemistry and mathematics, including a paper in prestigious magazine Science. Yuriy is looking forward to flourishing creativity, curiosity, and imagination for Enrich students by raising new questions, viewing old problems from a new angle and thus opening a new door of possibilities.