My Teaching Projects
INTRO TO CONSERVATION TECHNOLOGY
There is a need for the development of new techniques to aide in the conservation of wildlife to prevent extinction and the decrease of biodiversity. Examples of such techniques include the use of drones to mitigate rhino poaching or low-cost equipment that can deter elephants or predators from entering rural communities. The goal of this course is to expose Georgia Tech students to the field of conservation, and to bring different disciplines together to aide various species.
To improve health outcomes, nutrition, and general living conditions in developing nations and resource-limited environments through a variety of key technologies. These solutions include sensors for sanitation in challenging environments, improving access to healthcare through the development of low-cost technologies focusing primarily on child and maternal health, data analytics, and human centered design
IMPACTING GLOBAL HEALTH THROUGH HCD
GRADUATE TEACHING FELLOWS
As a graduate teaching fellows I work with the Center for Teaching and Learning on campus to facilitate TA orientation and other workshops on teaching for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. I assist with classroom observations and individual consultations with TAs and other instructors. I am also working on an individual project focusing on graduate student teaching development on campus.