# Teaching experience

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-COMMERCE: AD-INTERIM ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2009 – present**

Courses taught:

- Integrated science courses IS351 and IS352
- Astronomy 102
- Astronomy problems 561

**OXFORD TUTORS UK: 2008**

Tutored high school students physics and math in preparation for their A-level exams (final high school exams)

**UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD: COLLEGE TUTOR 2003 – 2008**

Organised and gave tutorials; set and marked tutorial work and exams.

Courses taught:

First Year Undergraduate Physics

- Mathematical Methods
- Electromagnetism
- Mechanics
- Optics

Second Year Undergraduate Physics

- Mathematical Methods
- Quantum Mechanics
- Thermodynamics

Third Year Undergraduate

- Condensed Matter Physics
- Astrophysics
- Special and General Relativity

**UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE: TEACHING ASSISTANT 2000 – 2002**

Gave classes on theoretical aspects of a subject; ran practical labs based on that theory. Set and marked mid-term and final exams.** **

Courses taught:

Third year undergraduate electromagnetism: Sept 2000 – Dec 2002

- Astronomy (One of the possible science requirements for non-science students): Jan 2001 – April 2002

·**Texas A&M University-Commerce: Ad-Interim Assistant Professor 2009 – present**

Taught integrated science courses I351 and I352

·**Oxford Tutors UK: 2008**

Tutored high school students physics and math in preparation for their A-level exams (final high school exams)

·**University of Oxford: College Tutor 2003 – 2008**

Organised and gave tutorials; set and marked tutorial work and exams.

Courses taught:

First Year Undergraduate Physics

oMathematical Methods

oElectromagnetism

oMechanics

oOptics

Second Year Undergraduate Physics

oMathematical Methods

oQuantum Mechanics

oThermodynamics

Third Year Undergraduate

oCondensed Matter Physics

oAstrophysics

oSpecial and General Relativity** **

·**University of Tennessee: Teaching Assistant 2000 – 2002**

Gave classes on theoretical aspects of a subject; ran practical labs based on that theory. Set and marked mid-term and final exams.** **

Courses taught:

oThird year undergraduate electromagnetism: Sept 2000 – Dec 2002

oAstronomy (One of the possible science requirements for non-science students): Jan 2001 – April 2002