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Think math is the worst? Wait till you meet this male model turned math teacher
I know my calculus. It says you + me = us.
We can all agree that math is the absolute worst. But if your high school math teacher was a stunning Italian male model with washboard abs and cheekbones that could grate cheese, well, perhaps you’d be a mathematician today.
That was the situation students at University College London found themselves in when they entered the class of Pietro Boselli, a university lecturer and part-time male model. A student in the class took a creepshot of the mechanical engineering research student and posted it on Facebook, along with a photo from Boselli’s portfolio.
The Italian-born, 26-year-old stunner won the genetic lottery with his combination of beauty and brains. LinkedIn tells us that he has a PhD in mechanical engineering and is currently lecturing and doing researching on computational design of steam turbines. I don’t know what any of these words mean, but they sound sexy.
Boselli’s skills include numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, physics, and making men and women alike feel a stirring deep inside. He was discovered by Giorgio Armani when he was six years old. He is possibly the most interesting man in the world.
Heres’s Boselli in an Equinox gym promotion, where he displays some serious sidebutt.
If we want American kids to be interested in having STEM careers, just have Boselli teach every math and science class ever. We’ll have a generation of quantum physicists and mechanical engineers before you know it.
H/T Mashable | Photo via Pietro Boselli/Instagram | Remix by Max Fleishman
Marisa Kabas is a lifestyle reporter and activist. Her work has been published by Fusion, Fast Company, and Today. She’s also served as an editorial campaigns director for Purpose PBC, a social movement incubator.