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Torus Washington II

Graduate Teaching Consultant

Torus Washington II is a PhD student in the nanoengineering program where his research broadly focuses on nanomedicine and targeted cancer immunotherapies. He completed his undergraduate education at Georgia Institute of Technology (2010-2015) and his Master’s at University of Central Florida (2015-2017). His primary teaching interests include the role of student interest in learning and teaching for knowledge retention. He has served as an Engaged Teaching Hub graduate teaching consultant for 3 years. Within the role, he most enjoys building relationships and one-on-one interactions with others while completing the great work and research conducted at the Engaged Teaching Hub. Torus’ other interests include spending time with friends and family, playing/watching sports, video games, movies, and TV shows. If you ever need a smiling face or an encouraging word, attend a workshop, book a consultation with Torus!