Wycliffe A. Graham, Ph.D., MCIOB.
Teacher of Chemistry and Physics
Wycliffe Graham completed the doctorate in Material Science and Engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Dr. Graham previously obtained a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Natural Sciences and a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) degree in Physics, both from the University of the West Indies, Mona in Jamaica, and a B.Sc. equivalent in a Construction Technology and Management Course offered by The Chartered Institute of Building in the U.K. His work experience includes 12 years of teaching at the University of Technology, Jamaica and 11 years as an Engineering Manager at the Jamaica Bureau of Standards. In the United States he has added 11 years of teaching experience in physics and chemistry at various levels. At the high school level, he has taught College Physics and Chemistry through the Seton Hall University’s Project Acceleration, AP - Physics, and General Science. He has also taught college physics and chemistry as an Adjunct Professor at William Paterson University.
Sylwia Pena, M.Sc.
Teacher of Calculus
Sylwia Pena received her Masters Degree in Mathematics at Pedagogical University of Cracow Poland. Mrs. Pena has been in education for 15 years, having taught at all levels of Mathematics: from AlgebraI for eight graders to Calculus I through The Seton's Hall Project Acceleration Program and AP Calculus AB and BC. Mrs. Pena's students usually received high scores on the AP test with the class average above 4.0.