TEACHING

Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 8/2012 - Present

Courses instructed:

BE 385 Engineering Design and Optimization: Spring 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2015

BE 891 Advanced Topic in Biosystems Engineering: Human and Environmental Risk Analysis: Fall 2013

ESP 803 Human and Ecological Health Assessment and Management: Fall 2013v

BE 491 Special Topics: Engineering Innovation and Design for Global Health Risk: Fall 2014, Fall 2015

BE 891 Advanced Topic in Biosystems Engineering: Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment: Summer 2015

Short Course Instructor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 8/2011
- Conducted a series of lectures as part of the Center for Advancing Microbial Risk Assessment Summer Institute. These lectures focused on several aspects of human health risk assessment including quantitative analysis of data, modeling, uncertainty, risk perception, risk communication and risk management.

Teaching Assistant, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA,  3/2005-7/2008
- Provided assistance to instructors, including supervising students during laboratory exercises, proctoring exams, grading assignments and holding office hours to answer students’ questions. Provided one on one instruction to students to supplement lectures.

Courses included:

• Introduction to Environmental Measurements  •  Engineering Economics  •  Groundwater Hydrology• Introduction to Environmental Engineering •  Introduction to Infrastructure

 

NSF GK-12 Fellow, Drexel University and James Rhoads Middle School, Philadelphia, PA, 7/2008-6/2010
- Taught math and science courses and led inquiry based investigations in a middle school classroom as part of the Drexel NSF GK-12 Engineering as a Contextual Vehicle for Math and Science. Developed new activities and lesson plans to incorporate engineering principles and examples within the standard state mandated curriculum.