Liubov’s current professional goal is to figure out how to combine one or both of her interests in STEM and education with business and entrepreneurship.
Liubov is a sophomore at Yale University, studying Mathematics and Computer Science. She is passionate about education and many of her activities involve tutoring of some sort. She has worked as a peer tutor and an undergraduate learning assistant in the Yale Mathematics department, has regularly mentored/tutored an 8th grade student in geometry through the Yale Education Tutoring Initiative, and has taught extracurricular math and ESL classes through MathCOUNTS and Bridges ESL at Yale. Aside from tutoring and teaching, Liubov has been a member of the Yale Entrepreneurial Society Tech Team, has volunteered with the New Haven Free Clinic, and has dipped her foot into the fields of biological and linguistic computational research.
Prior to coming to Yale, Liubov had lived in Ukraine until the age of 12 and later took part in the IB Diploma Program at Yonkers High School. During her high school experience, she discovered her interest in STEM, through activities like Science Olympiad and Columbia University’s Science Honors Program. Liubov’s current professional goal is to figure out how to combine one or both of her interests in STEM and education with business and entrepreneurship.
Liubov speaks English fluently, and - having lived in Ukraine for 12 years - she also speaks Ukrainian and Russian fluently. Liubov has also studied Spanish for quite a few years and is working toward becoming fluent in the language at some point in the future.
Liubov is interning in Business Development.
Yale University, Yonkers High School
English, Ukrainian, Russian