Teaching & Mentoring
Center for Teaching and Learning
In Fall 2022 I am taking up a role as Engineering Learning Consultant in Stanford’s Center for Teaching and Learning. Stay tuned!
Stanford Climbing Wall
I teach belay classes, clinics, and quarter-long introductory courses at the Stanford Climbing Wall.
Additional Calculus for Engineers
In Fall 2021, I held drop-in help hours for students enrolled in CME 102, Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers, via Stanford’s Additional Calculus for Engineers program.
BEAM Summer Away
In July 2020, I served as a counselor and teaching assistant for BEAM Summer Away (online due to COVID), a program aimed at helping students from underserved and underrepresented backgrounds gain the resources necessary to succeed mathematically. I assisted with courses on number theory and projective planes, and led activities and check-ins with the students.
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Positions
In my work as an undergrad TA, I’ve taught section, graded HW/exams, and held office hours for the following courses:
- Calculus III (AS.110.202): Fall 2019
- Systems and Controls (EN.580.222): Spring 2019, Spring 2020
- Differential Equations and Applications (AS.110.302): Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Spring 2020
I am very proud to have received awards for my undergrad teaching from both the BME and mathematics departments.
I serve as a mentor for undergraduate students and prospective graduate students via Project SHORT, JHU Womxn Mentoring Whiting, Stanford SWIMM, and the Stanford WCC STEM Program.
It takes a village to raise a graduate student. I wouldn’t be where I am today without the guidance of my own grad student mentors: Michael Rosenberg, Franky Romero, and Blue Sheffer.