Spring 2006, 2007
I was the primary instructor for CSE126, a non-major course (CS0) in the fundamentals of object-oriented programming with Java at Washington University in St. Louis.
I primarily planned and operated this workshop for K-12 math, business, and technology educators mostly from the MO and IL bi-state area.
COMP50: Programming For Scientists and Engineers
I was the primary instructor for COMP50, a non-major course (CS0) focusing on C programming skills and applications relevant to scientists and engineers at Tufts University.
Summer Institute for College Teaching Fellowship
I was awarded a fellowship to the Summer Institute for College Teaching at Tufts University.
NSF Graduate K-12 Teaching Fellowship
Summer 2003 - Spring 2005
I was awarded an NSF Fellowship at Tufts University which focused on the development of curricula for K-12 classrooms and the successful integration of this work into classrooms.
I instructed children aged 10-14 at LEGO Camps sponsored by the CEEO.