# Teaching

__University of Nevada, Reno__

### PHYS 181 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers II

Thermodynamic laws, kinetic theory, electric charge, field, potential, current, dielectrics, circuit elements, magnetic fields and materials, electromagnetic oscillations.*Recitation Videos*

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 Proofs

Foundations 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 I

For 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 Appointments

Undergraduate 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)