Instructors and Staff
Dr. Richelle Teeling-Smith, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, University of Mount Union
Teeling-Smith works on developing multi-modal nanoscale imaging techniques for condensed matter and biological systems. She has a passion for physics education research and works to integrate algorithmic thinking and computer programming skillsets into the physics curriculum. She investigates the impact of computational activities on the conceptual learning gains in the physics classroom.
In addition, Teeling-Smith has a passion for issues related to diversity and inclusion of women and people of color in the sciences and has worked with the Association for Women in Science and the Society for Women in Physics at The Ohio State University.
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