Summary: My objective is to train students as engineers with systems thinking. The learning process is systematic and involves refining decision-making skills. If the goal is to use study time efficiently, then critical decisions for students involve the optimal selection of materials for background preparation and making connections among key technical concepts. During the learning process, students will make suppositions and deductions, and formulate solution strategies based on fundamental principles. To contribute to students’ learning experience, I aim to provide students with synergistic training to support them as they learn to think critically and make decisions/solve problems.
Teaching Experience: I have been a teaching assistant for courses of heat transfer, mass transfer, and fluid mechanics at Texas A&M. I have been a teaching fellow at Texas A&M Academy for Future faculty with professional training on curriculum development, teaching skills and gave a lecture on computer-aided process design.