I teach a variety of STEM courses at GMHS including: Physics, Robotics Engineering, Robotics Programming, and Introduction to Engineering. In my Physics class my students are introduced to content such as Newton’s Laws, Energy, Momentum, and Electricity. This course serves as an excellent introduction to college physics and prepares my students for a wide range of technical career paths by providing them with transferable skills such as spreadsheet functions, computer generated graphing analysis, creative problem solving and scientific inquiry. In my Robotics and Engineering courses students are introduced to the engineering design process through engaging and skill building projects. Students learn the core skill sets required for technical design careers such as programming, mechanics, the design process, documentation, and collaborative work ethics.
– B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder
– M.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of California, Davis
– 7 years of experience in bio-mechanical research focusing on lower-limb prosthetic design and development.
– Student taught at GMHS and am excited to join the STEM faculty and officially become a RAM!