Cumulative GPA 3.51/4.0GPA in Physics and Math 3.54/4.0
Physics Classes General Physics I & II, Modern Physics, Mathematical Tools for Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Optical Physics, Exploration Project The Early Universe, Classical Mechanics,Thermal Physics, and Senior Seminar in Physics
Math Classes Calculus I, II, and III, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Transition to Higher Math, Intro to Complex Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, Math and Business Solutions, and Senior Seminar in Mathematics
Worked as a summer research assistant through the Research for Undergraduates Experience (REU) program through the College of William and Mary; funded by the National Science Foundation.
Completed research at NASA Langley in the Nondestructive Evaluation Sciences Branch (NESB). Research involved investigating inkjet printing of silver and graphene oxide inks printed on a variety of materials.
Helped students with setting up and understanding the purpose of laboratory activities and their relevance to the topics being taught. Graded and assisted students with weekly, assigned tutorial questions on relevant material.
Taught tennis to people of all ages from small children to adults for two summers in a row.
Maintained the shape of the tennis courts and sold tennis equipment in the pro shop.
Birmingham-Southern College, Division III Men's Tennis TeamAugust 2013 - May 2017
Hoyt M. Kaylor Scholarship Award
ITA Scholar Athlete
Kappa Mu Epsilon
SAA Academic Honor Roll
Society of Physics Students
Sigma Chi Fraternity
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