Professor Etiquette

Of the videos I’ve produced, this one is incredibly useful for college students and aspiring college students. Everything in this video is valuable, so if you’re in college or know someone who is, tell them to watch this video.

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Minds of Their Own: Women, Science, and Equality

My second major video project was for a class I took my senior year of college. The class was entitled Women and Gender in Science and Technology, and primarily focused on the struggles women have in science, technology, engineering, and math fields due to their gender. Some of the class material was dry and boring, but when it came time for a final project, I discussed with my group that I felt it would be a great idea to make a video where we engaged some of our peers on topics relating to the class.

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Thermodynamics: What is it?

During my junior year of college (see the About Me page for all the details), I took an introductory course to chemical engineering thermodynamics. It was quite challenging, but fascinating nonetheless. At the end of the course, we had an opportunity to present a creativity project for possible extra credit points. As the end of the semester approached (and my grade in the class remained in limbo), an idea sprang to mind. What if I made a video where I asked people what their thoughts were on thermodynamics?

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