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     Date Submitted:04-01-2013
     Last Modified:09-01-2013 (08:36)
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     Current job:Science Teacher
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsEducation, training, engineering physics, communication, organization
    CV

    Education

    B.S.      Engineering Physics, Summa Cum Laude       GPA:  3.89/4.00    

                    Dean’s List (all semesters), Murray State University

                 National Board Certification                2008

                NASA Zero-Gravity Training Workshop                 2005

    Teaching Experience

    • Created Honors-level Astronomy Course (1st in Broward County)

     

                                  1997-present

    • Taught Honors Physics

     

                                       1994-2002

    • Toshiba America Foundation Grant

              Designed Astrophotography project

    • Organized SpaceX / NASA Field Trips

     

                                      2011, 2008

     

                                 2011, 2010

    • Coached MSDHS Science Bowl Team
    • SAT Math Tutor
    • Aftercare Program Teacher

     

                                      2012, 2011

                                           2011

                                    2000-2012

    • “Appreciation of Astronomy” Adult Education Class

     

                                           2005

    Research Experience

    • Project Aquila  

     

                                 2010-present

    High-altitude balloon experiment (managed team of 25-30 students)

    Acquired atmospheric pressure, temperature, etc.. readings up to the stratosphere (80,000-100,000 ft.), along with pictures and video

    http://www.projectaquila.webs.com   Featured in the Sun-Sentinel.

     

     

     

     

     

                                 2012, 2011

    • Zero Gravity Flights of Discovery

              Conducted experiments during free fall of G-Force One Aircraft

              Flight Coach for teachers on New Orleans flight

              1 of 5 high school teachers selected statewide for inaugural flight

    • University of Arizona Astronomy Training Weekend (2012)
    • NASA Zero Gravity Training Workshop
    • Science Undergraduate Research Fellowship

             Researched mussel shell using X-ray spectrography

     

     

     

                                           2007

                                           2005

     

     

                                  1989-1993

    Leadership

    • Founder of Aquila Learning Adventures, LLC

             Conducted “Camp Aquila” – Space, Science, and Rocketry

     

                                  2011-present

    • Director of Amazing Space & Science Camp at Lynn University
    • Lead community “Astronomy Nights” on a monthly basis

     

                                 2006-present

                                2002-present

    Honors / Awards

    • Selected as Faculty Marshall 13 times by graduating Senior class

     

                                  1995-present

    • Recipient of Parkland Fund grant for “iAuthor Astronomy” project

     

          2012

    • Honored by Broward County Gifted Association

     

                                                  2011

    • Stanford University Teacher Tribute
    • High School Gold Key Recipient (ranked 1st in my class)

     

                                                  2007

                                                 1989

    Affiliations/Memberships

    • National Science Teacher Association

     

                                                2008

              Attended National Conference in New Orleans

     

                                                2009

    • South Florida Amateur Astronomer Association
    • NSAI  (Songwriter’s Association)

     

                                 2008-present

                                  2001-2004

    Community Service & Special Presentations

    • Carl Sagan Day at Broward College

     

                                           2011

    • Broward County Science Fair

     

                                           2011

    • American Cancer Society Relay for Life
    • Volunteered at “Family Science Night” events
    • Hoops for Hope basketball tournament  (1st place)
    • Podcast Training Workshop for Teachers 
    • Performed at a charity rock concert

     

                                 2010, 2009

    2009, 2008

    2007

    2004

    2003

    Interests

    • Travel (Europe, South America, Central America, Caribbean, Student Tour of Costa Rica, Peru)   2013
    • Music  (Producer/writer on 3 albums of original music)                        2010, 2008, 2003
    • Film (Actor/editor in 3 Short Films for the 48 Hr. and 100 Hr. Film Festivals)                    2011, 2010

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