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I am committed to inclusive and rewarding learning experiences for my students. At Rutgers, I have designed and taught courses in addition to leading workshops for graduate students and faculty on a range of topics associated with relevant and effective teaching strategies, and more general techniques for supporting students in and outside of the classroom. I have also mentored multiple students from underrepresented groups in STEM through the Rutgers Rise Program during independent research projects.

As a project associate with the Teaching Assistant Project at Rutgers University and a member of Rutgers Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and and Learning, I develop and facilitate orientations for new teaching assistants, I teach semester graduate courses on higher education and course design, and I run interactive workshops to help faculty and graduate students expand their teaching toolkit and evaluate their teaching techniques.

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