- Brigham Young University, BS Physics and Philosophy 2008
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MS Physics 2011
Teaching Experience at UNC (Fall 2008 to present)
- Lab TA for:
- PHYS 104/105: Introductory Physics - Algebra Based
- PHYS 117: Introductory Physics - Calculus Based
- PHYS 351: Analog Electronics
- Lab Instructor for PHYS 331: Numerical Techniques, 2009-2014
- Head TA for PHYS 351: Analog Electronics, 2011-2012
- Lab Instructor for PHYS 481: Advanced Experimental Techniques, 2008-2013
- Grader for PHYS 721: Graduate Quantum Mechanics, 2009
Teaching Experience at BYU (Spring 2004 to Spring 2008)
- Class TA assinged to the following classes:
- Physics 105: Introduction to Applied Physics
- Physics 121: Principles of Physics 1 (Basic Mechanics)
- Physics 220: Principles of Physics 3 (E & M)
- Physics 471: Principles of Optics
- Also assisted students with these courses in TA help center:
- Physics 105/106: Introduction to Applied Physics - Algebra Based
- Physics 121/123/220: Introduction to Applied Physics - Calculus Based
- Introductory and Advanced Experimental Techniques Courses:
- Physics 250: Introduction to Experimental Physics 2 (Sophomore level lab class)
- Electronic devices and measurements.
- Physics 340: Electronics Lab
- Introduction to analog and digital circuits.
- Physics 350: Advanced Experimental Techniques (Junior level lab class)
- Machine shop
- Design and use of digital and analog circuits.
- Design of computer-controlled experiments.
- Head TA for Physics 107 (Introduction to Applied Physics Lab)
- Prepared manual to aid other TAs with the labs and equipment.
- Physics 127: Descriptive Astronomy
- Helped students observe astronomical objects with a 12” telescope.
- Graduate and Professional Student Federation (GPSF) Senator, 2012-Present
- GPSF Student Family Advocate, 2012-Present
- Member of Chancellor's Childcare Advisory Committee, 2012-Present