I believe that the first step in learning is understanding the topics. I usually tend to focus on understanding and application. I like making my students think about the topic in a unique way and always encourage them to ask questions. I try to make myself as approachable as possible and appreciate feedback from my students.
I am a Physics student at Rutgers University (currently in Mumbai due to online classes). In the future, I would like to do research. Last year, I worked as a Mathematics learning assistant for first year students. This past semester, I taught Exploring Physics, which focused on the scope of physics as a career as well as basic topics in physics, to first year students at Rutgers.
Rutgers University, Honors College, New Brunswick, NJ Expected: May 2022
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Minor in Mathematics, Astronomy
Honors: Dean’s List - Fall 2018, Spring 2019
Recipient of Scholarship, August 2018-May 2022
1. Learning Assistant, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (August 2019-May 2020)
• Assist students in active and collaborative learning by helping them solve difficult and conceptual problems in Calculus
• Collaborate with professor to design recitation assignments and providing the best learning means for students
• Formulate techniques for understanding challenging concepts and applying them in assigned problems
2. First Year Interest Group Seminar (FIGS) Instructor, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
• Taught a class on Exploring Physics to a class of 20 students which focused on a variety of topics including but not limited to the scope of physics as a career
• Facilitated discussions and provided information on succeeding academically, taking care of your physical and mental well-being, applying to graduate school, finding internships, etc.
• Organized a guest lecture by Professor Ronald Gilman, distinguished nuclear physicist at Rutgers, and a peer panel with four 3rd and 4th year students with the aim of giving students an opportunity to build connections with faculty and gain insight from their peers
Aresty Research Assistant, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ August 2019-Present
“MUon proton Scattering Experiment (MUSE)” Advisor: Professor Ronald Gilman
• Analyze existing data with aim of removing the discrepancies in the proton radius when measured through the muon
scattering as against electron scattering from the proton
• Develop computer programming and coding skills by writing code, running simulations, and analyzing data
• Build knowledge on theories surrounding the nature of different groups of particles and their interactions with each other
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