Currently Teaching (2013-2014)
It was as early as my high school years that I became fascinated with the world of physics. As I pursued higher degrees, physics become more and more enchanting to me as it explains the most fundamental concepts, which in turn helps to explain more complicated aspects of our day-to-day life.
In 2011, I graduated with a PhD in physics from the University of North Dakota. My research interests are in the field of materials science.
During my five years at the University of North Dakota, I served as a teaching assistant and tutor. The cornerstone of my teaching and mentoring philosophies is to maintain myself in good standing in terms of subject matter and work discipline - and to build a strong working relationship with students based on sincerity, honesty and trust.
I try to communicate my zeal and passion for physics to students. Physics is at the core of everything we learn today. I am happy to be a part of Northwestern Health Sciences University and contribute to meeting its ideals and goals as a member of the physics faculty.