As a mathematical physicist I study the fundamental structure of our universe and as an education researcher I unravel how learners wrap their minds around curved space and warped time. As much as I love working with these theoretical concepts, there is one thing I enjoy even more: Talking about them!
While there are many talented science communicators with a sound background in physics and math, there are few that have the same broad perspective that I gain by pursuing a PhD in Science Education. Facing the challenge of communicating abstract scientific ideas to others, I can draw from my own research on teaching and learning. It is delightful to help other people make sense of the world around us and to make our society a little smarter along the way!
I give popular science talks and hold workshops on topics in modern physics. I just love to help others understand the fascinating world of Einsteinian physics. Contact me to inquire about availability, I look forward to hear from you.