Academic Technology Scholar, PhD Student in Mathematics
Academic Technology Scholar Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am entering the third year of my PhD program, and I intend to focus my studies in geometry. Before attending Northeastern, I taught high school math for a number of years in rural New Hampshire and Massachusetts. I earned my teaching credentials as a Noyce Scholar, a National Science Foundation funded Master of Arts in Teaching program which I earned at Tufts University. As a Noyce Scholar, I participated in bimonthly seminars to improve my skills at teaching the diverse array of students – in background, in ability, and in identity – teachers find in their classrooms. In addition to experimenting with technology as a classroom teacher, I have also been employed as a web content developer for online mathematics textbook supplements. Thus, I have experience formulating multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank style questions for online interaction.
I live in New Hampshire with my wife and in my (limited) free time I enjoy playing board games and video games, playing sports, hiking, and music.