|Professional Title & Affiliation:
Chemistry Teacher Bay Shore High School
MAT Stony Brook University (2007)
B.S. Biology Stony Brook University (2003)
7th Annual NSF Noyce Conference Washington D.C.
Poster Presentation: “George W. Hunter: The Civic Monkey”
The focus of my research deals with science assessments and science teacher evaluations including “value added” measures of teacher effectiveness. I am interested in comparing teachers from Long Island School districts and to test the predictive power, individually and collectively, of students insights, using surveys, and value added data to predict a teacher’s influence on students in another class/section and/or academic year for the sciences.
December 6th: Registration for Protein Modeling Comptetion
January 29: Registration for North America Computational Linguistics Olympiad
November 22: Geology Open Night: "Exotic chemistry at extreme conditions: from new materials to models of planetary interiors" (Dr. Artem Oganov)
December 6: Astronomy Open Night: "The Hunt for Dark Matter" (Dr. Rouven Essig)
January 30: North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO) Round One
February 28: Protein Modeling Challenge