Ian Morris is a third-year Physics undergraduate student at George Mason took. He attended WT Woodson high school where he completed AP Computer Science, Advanced, Computer Science, AP Physics BC, AP Calculus BC, and AP Literature and Composition. At Mason, he has already completed Introduction to Computational Physics, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, Modern Physics, and Foundations of Astrophysics. Ian has a solid understanding of these subjects and can be of assistance to students who need help. Throughout high school, he assisted teachers and helped students who were struggling to grasp certain concepts, particularly, in AP Physics C and AP Calculus BC. He has served as a teacher’s assistant, floating through the class looking to help students with homework they didn’t understand or with test preparation. He is a member of the George Mason policy debate team, competing in tournaments, speaking extemporaneously for over two hours over the course of a weekend. He is also a participant in Space Day, volunteering for the Northern Virginia Rocketry club by helping six other members introduce and explain model rocketry to thousands of tourists at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.