I am a passionate educator who believes that the most important outcomes of higher education are the ability to think critically, problem-solve, and integrate learning objectives into a broader context. My overall approach to teaching focuses on student discovery, active learning, and deliverables that teach students how to present their work for both scientific and non-scientific audiences.

At UNH, I teach the following courses:

  • OE 753/853: Ocean Hydrodynamics (Spring 2020, 2021, 2022)

  • IAM 550: Introduction to Engineering Computing (Fall 2020, 2021)

  • OE 757/857: Coastal Engineering & Processes (Spring 2022)

A virtual lab for OE 753/853, Ocean Hydrodynamics, at UNH

Learning ODE solvers in Matlab: an apocalyptic exercise

From CEE 101S/201S, an introductory Matlab course at Stanford

Diversity in fluid dynamics

As a graduate student Stanford, I co-founded SWiFD and I am committed to improving the recruitment and retention of historically excluded groups in our field