School of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching by Graduate Students for the 2016-2017 academic year (University of Pennsylvania). Awarded to 10 graduate students from all departments in the School of Arts and Sciences.
Departmental Good Teaching Award for Fall 2016, Spring 2015 (University of Pennsylvania)
Courses taught at University of Oxford
Theories of Deep Learning (Fall 2022)
Courses taught at Georgia Institute of Technology
Honors Multi-Variable Calculus MATH 2561 (Spring 2019)
Multi-Variable Calculus MATH 2551 (Fall 2018)
Courses taught at University of Pennsylvania
(Summer 2017: Instructor, Summer 2016: Teaching Assistant)
I taught the engineering mathematics course of University of Pennsylvania’s Pre-freshman program. During an intensive four-week period, I prepared a group of incoming engineering freshman for the mathematics sequence that starts in the fall semester.
(Spring, Summer 2015: Teaching Assistant)
I was a teaching assistant for an online course Calculus : Single Variable offered by the University of Pennsylvania via Coursera.
Single-Variable Calculus for Engineers MATH 104E
(Fall 2016: Teaching Assistant)
This was a flipped classroom model of Calculus course for engineering students.
Multi-Variable Calculus for Engineers MATH 114E
(Spring 2015: Teaching Assistant)
Single-Variable Calculus MATH 104
(Fall 2014: Teaching Assistant)