College of St. Scholastica
In summer 2018, I will complete my graduate certificate in Computer Science Education. The coursework covers AP Computer Science Principles using MIT's App Inventor and the Mobile CSP curriculum, as well as AP Computer Science A using Java. The certificate also includes work on computational thinking using Scratch, diversity and inclusion practices, and CS education policy.
University of California, Berkeley
In summer 2018, I will complete my professional certificate in Software Development and Programming. The coursework includes programming in Python and C, electronics, computer architecture, physical computing with the Raspberry Pi, the software development life cycle, databases, networking, and cybersecurity.
I have completed a variety of professional development and other coursework to expand my knowledge of computer science and CS pedagogy. My PD work includes:
- Creative Coding Fest with p5.js (UCLA, 9/17)
- AP Computer Science Principles: Beauty & Joy of Computing (El Camino College, 7/17)
I have also completed the following online courses:
- Introduction to User Experience Design (Coursera - Georgia Tech, 8/17)
- Swift: Building iOS Apps (Flatiron School, 5/17)
- Internet History, Technology, and Security (Coursera - U Michigan, 4/17)
- Foundations of Computer Science for Teachers (edX - UT Austin, 3/17)
Firehose Software Engineering Program
In summer 2007, I completed Stanford's Java-based intro computer science class.
I studied Latin starting in 6th grade and earned the Marian McNamara Scholarship to continue my studies at the college level. I've completed extensive coursework in Latin & Ancient Greek literature, the Italian language, and Roman history, art, and archaeology.
In May 2013, I earned my B.A. in Classics (Latin & Greek) magna cum laude. While at Brown, I led the Classics Department Undergraduate Group and promoted Classics with a number of new activities, such as a field trip to the MFA, an inscription walk, a graduate student panel, and a celebration of the Ides of March. I was awarded the Workman-Driscoll Premium for my service to the department. My honors thesis on the Tomb of Caecilia Metella combined literature, history, and archaeology and was awarded the James Aldrich Pirce Prize for best thesis on a Roman topic as well as the department's nomination for best thesis in the university.
Living Latin in Rome
In summer 2012, I participated in the Paideia Institute's Living Latin in Rome program, where I practiced spoken Latin in Rome, Italy. Upon returning to Brown in the fall, I co-founded Spoken Latin at Brown. The Paideia Institute invited me back the following summer as an Assistant Teacher for their high school spoken Latin program.
Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies
In fall 2011, I studied Roman history and archaeology at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies. While completing coursework in Greek literature and Latin inscriptions, I traveled throughout Italy and Sicily to study the Roman ruins and interned at the American Academy in Rome.