MIT Sloan School of Management
GE-Hitachi & Global Nuclear Fuels (GNF)
Developed new procedures for the production of specific irradiated isotope parent/daughter pairs in light water reactors for medical applications resulting in three US and European patent applications. Solely responsible for the development of material and research within the process lab. (May – August 2008)
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MIT Sloan School of Management
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Kaufman Teaching Certificate Program
KTCP is an interactive workshop series intended for late-program graduate students and postdocs interested in academic careers or developing skills to support their teaching at MIT. Sessions focus on evidence-based teaching techniques grounded in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Topics include designing a course, preparing a lesson plan, assessing and providing feedback to students, creating an effective and welcoming classroom climate, along with others.
Developed and taught a one-day workshop that provided a brief overview of system dynamics and a hands-on simulation experience. It also serves as a preview of the more in-depth coverage of the subject available in other courses offered at MIT Sloan. Available under a Creative Commons license as part of MIT's online OpenCourseWare system as course number RES.15-004.
(Janurary IAP 2020)
15.873: System Dynamics for Business and Policy
15.8731: System Dynamics: Tools for Solving Complex Problems
Under the supervision of Dr. Hazhir Rahmandad. Managed student and grading logistics in a series of partially overlapping courses consisting of 100+ students, mixed between undergraduates, graduates, and professional backgrounds. Maintained, developed, and expanded on the MITx Edge-based online assignment platform, graded individual and group homeworks, and helped with weekly office hours. During the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, managed students during the class in a hybrid environment, managing student questions both in-person and online while endeavoring to ensure a high-quality experience independent of learning channel.
(Fall 2020, Fall 2021)
15.768: Management of Service Operations, Teaching Assistant
Under the supervision of Dr. Zeynep Ton. Managed course announcements, grading, and participation of a course with 150+ students. Recorded student comments during case-based discussions for later assessment. Graded homework and project responses both at an individual and team level. Addressed individual students’ questions and needs.
(Spring 2019, Fall 2019, Fall 2020)
Asia School of Business
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
System Dynamics: Tools for Solving Complex Problems, Teaching Assistant
Under the supervision of Dr. Hazhir Rahmandad. Assisted with student and grade management in an intensive, two week long, immersion course as part of the MBA program at ASB in collaboration with MIT Sloan. Utilizing online platforms, provided feedback to student questions during lectures, helped with regular office hours coordintated across multiple timezones, and graded the individual and team submissions of approximately 50 students located around the world. Additionally ported and updated the edX Edge learning platform materials from the main MIT course for use in this accelerated course.
Inmar – Intelligent Commerce Networks
Winston Salem, NC
University of Florida