Teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
I have had the privilege of teaching courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. My teaching has focused on the intersection of science and communication, where I have aimed to impart not just scientific knowledge, but also the skills necessary to effectively communicate that knowledge. The courses have been designed to be interactive and engaging, utilizing a range of teaching methodologies to cater to diverse learning styles. This experience has allowed me to share my passion for science and education, and to inspire the next generation of scientists and communicators.
Mentoring students in academic and research settings.
Mentoring students in academic and research settings has been a significant part of my career. This role has involved guiding students through the complexities of scientific research and offering advice on project design, execution, and data analysis. I've also focused on helping students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential for their academic growth and future careers. My mentorship has been tailored to meet the individual needs of each student, fostering an environment where they can thrive both academically and personally.
Developing science communication workshops and seminars.
I have developed science communication workshops and seminars to educate and engage individuals in science. I have focused on interactive and practical learning experiences, utilizing various teaching methods to cater to different learning styles with practical output. Through these initiatives, I have aimed to foster a greater appreciation and understanding of science communication from a cross-disciplinary perspective.