University of Nevada, Reno
PHYS 181 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers IIThermodynamic laws, kinetic theory, electric charge, field, potential, current, dielectrics, circuit elements, magnetic fields and materials, electromagnetic oscillations.
I have created a series of recitation videos to accompany the course as taught by Dr. Kristin Lewis. These videos can be found here.
I held the learning assistant position for this class for four semesters (from Fall 2017 to Spring 2019) where I provided in-class assistance, review lectures, office hours for tutoring, and created a series of recitation videos to accompany lectures (see above).
MATH 295/301/302 - Introduction to ProofsFoundations of mathematical proof writing for advanced courses in the Math/Stat majors. Proof methods will be applied to topics in logic; mathematical induction; elementary set theory; functions; properties of integers and real numbers.
I held the position as teaching assistant (Summer 2018) for the NevadaFit summer program for incoming freshman where my duties include providing review lectures and grading. I was also the grader for this course for several semesters.
PHYS 151 - General Physics IFor non-physical science majors. Kinematics, energy and momentum conservation, rotational dynamics, thermodynamics, fluids, harmonic motion and sound. Laboratory experiments illustrate many of these fundamental principles.
I help positions as a learning assistant (Spring 2017), providing in-class assistance, review lectures, and office hours for tutoring, as well as a teaching assistant for the NevadaFit summer program for incoming freshmen (Summer 2017-2018).
Grader AppointmentsUndergraduate courses, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, 2017-2019
- MATH 283 - Calculus III (Fall 2018)
- MATH 295/301/302 - Introduction to Proofs (Spring 2017 - Spring 2019)
- MATH 310 - Real Analysis I (Spring 2019)
- MATH 448 - Partial Differential Equations (Spring 2018)