Teaching Associate Professor
Colorado School of Mines
I am a Teaching Associate Professor of Physics at Colorado School of Mines. I also help direct the Teacher Education Alliance, Mines-UNC Partnership (TEAM-UP), which provides a streamlined pathway for Mines students to become licensed secondary math or science teachers.
As a Ph.D. student in the Physics Department at Duke University, I studied small networks of chaotic systems, both experimentally and numerically, and devised ways of determining global network properties from local dynamical measurements. Prior to earning my Ph.D., I taught high school physics at the Winsor School.
1232 West Campus Rd.
Golden, CO 80401