I am a second-year doctoral student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, advised by Professor Andrew Ho. I’m passionate about applying cutting-edge statistical methods to questions in education research.
PhD in Education Policy and Program Evaluation, with minor in Data Science, G-2
Harvard Graduate School of Education
BA in Statistics, with minor in Computer Science, 2018
I serve as the Senior Teaching Assistant for Teddy Svoronos’ Evidence for Decisions (Summer 2019), a Harvard Kennedy School course in the new Public Leadership Credential. I lead a team of four other teaching assistants, liaising with programme staff, providing feedback on student work, and holding office hours to support learners.
I served as a Teaching Fellow for Professor James Waldo’s Applied Computation 221: Critical Thinking in Data Science (Spring 2019), a new course required for students in Harvard’s Master of Science in Data Science programme. I graded and provided feedback student essays and problem sets, held office hours, and advised final projects.
I served as a Quantitative Reasoning Mentor at the Crimson Summer Academy (Summer 2018), a Harvard programme for low-income, high-achieving secondary school students from the Cambridge/Boston area. I worked closely with the junior quantitative reasoning course, covering topics in Cryptography and Trigonometry, grading homework, helping students during office hours, and assisting in classes.
I served as a Course Assistant for Harvard Stat 100: Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Social Sciences and Humanities (Fall 2017). I planned and taught sections, graded problem sets and exams, and held weekly office hours.
I served as a Peer Tutor for the following courses at Harvard:
I served as a Teacher Aide in the Mathematics and Statistics Department of Otumoetai College, New Zealand (2015).
I served as a Freelance NCEA and SAT Tutor (2014-2015), working with 26 high school students.