MIT IAP Annual Class: "Making Sense of Scent" -next class Jan 24 2018
Executive Education Sloan Business School and MIT Industrial Liaison Program "Lab-to-Market Transitions and Industrial Innovation Culture", "Lab-to-Market the MIT way"
MIT Experimental Study Group "Hard" Undergraduate Physics, Course 8
Learning to Fly in the Boston Area (seminar for MIT Flying Club private pilot candidates)
Guest lecturer for MIT 20.342/442. Molecular Structure of Biological Materials
Developed and tested the content for the web-based teaching tools: "Automated Mathematics Evaluation System" (AMES) and "Computerized Homework Assignment Grading System" (CHAGS) which became part of the standard curriculum for engineering and physics students at Texas A&M University (http://faculty.physics.tamu.edu/toback/218/quiz/)
Teaching Assistant, Physics Department, Texas A&M University. Taught undergraduate physics courses to engineers (201&218 Mechanics, 202&208 Electricity & Magnetism), receiving consistently excellent student reviews. Taught lectures, recitations, laboratory, reviews and tutorials.