|Present||Assistant Professor, Wright State University ‐ Physics|
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Stereotype Threat–Based Diversity Programming: Helping Students while Empowering and ...
To Improve the Academy: A Journal of Educational Development (2014)
As college student populations grow increasingly diverse, centers for teaching and learning are often charged with promoting inclusive teaching practices. ...
Dynamics of Fingering Convection I: Small-Scale Fluxes and Large-Scale Instabilities
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2011)
Double-diffusive instabilities are often invoked to explain enhanced transport in stably stratified fluids. The most-studied natural manifestation of this process, ...
Turbulent Mixing and Layer Formation in Double-Diffusive Convection: 3D Numerical ...
The Astrophysical Journal (2011)
Double-diffusive convection, often referred to as semi-convection in astrophysics, occurs in thermally and compositionally stratified systems which are stable according ...
Abstracts and Conference Proceedings (24)
Community Structure in Introductory Physics Course Networks
Proceedings of the 2015 Physics Education Research Conference (2015)
Student-to-student interactions are foundational to many active learning environments, but are most often studied using qualitative methods. Quantitative network analysis ...
Multiple Representations and Epistemic Games in Introductory Physics Exam Solutions
Proceedings of the 2014 Physics Education Research Conference (2014)
Previous analysis of common exam questions in introductory physics at Florida International University has revealed differences in the number and ...
Epistemic Games Analysis of Common Exam Questions Across Course Formats
Proceedings of the 2013 Physics and Education Research Conference (2013)
This study investigates differences in problem-solving performance between three different introductory physics course formats at Florida International University. The course ...