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Katie

I received my Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech, and continued on to receive my first Master’s degree, also in Aerospace Engineering. I will graduate this May with another Master’s degree from Georgia Tech in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, with a concentration in Space Physics. Currently, I am an adjunct professor at Georgia Perimeter College teaching Environmental Science. As a graduate student, I had the opportunity to work as a teaching assistant for both undergraduate and graduate level courses. Both in my TA experience and my current teaching positions, I find that working one-on-one with students is the most rewarding aspect of my job. When working with students, I use a wide variety of teaching aides to help access a student’s individual learning style, including videos, white board demonstrations, and hands-on manipulative experiments. I strive to help my students understand the big picture and where their knowledge fits into the bigger picture by bringing in real-world examples and problems, highlighting the current state-of-the-art research, and participating in external events such as the Atlanta Science Festival. I try to bring a love of science to all areas of my life, including my church and politically affiliated groups. I find that space science, and science in general, is universally fascinating, and I seek to foster that inquisitiveness in all my students.

Undergraduate Degree:

 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Aerospace Engineering

Graduate Degree:

 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - MS, Aerospace Engineering

Running, Political Activism, Playing with my pets

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AP Computer Science

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