Yuseff Hamm is Fusion Woodbury’s sole Japanese Teacher, and also teachers chemistry, providing students with all the tools necessary to become a knowledgeable chemist. He earned his Honors Regents diploma from Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics in East Harlem, NY. Afterwards, he matriculated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, with a concentration in Linguistics. In high school, Yuseff was a math peer tutor, specializing in subjects ranging from algebra to precalculus. He also has several years of experience presenting scientific findings to audiences of various technical backgrounds, which is a valuable skill when discussing complex chemical/physical topics.
Yuseff enjoys music (hip-hop, soul, r&b, country, house, country, and rock) and even writes some of his own. He is also an avid sports player, partaking in basketball, soccer, football, and more.
Go Giants! Go Mets! Go Knicks!
A fun fact about Yuseff is that he loved Naruto so much, he decided to study Japanese.
Konnichiwa, Fusion ni Youkoso (Hello and Welcome to Fusion!)