Physics & Astronomy

Christina Love

Adjunct Professor

Biography:

PhD, Physics (Particle Astrophysics), Temple University, 2013

MA, Physics, Temple University, 2010

BS, Physics Education, West Chester University, 2006

With over seven years teaching and tutoring experience, I am a personable physicist and educator with research interests in nuclear physics, particle astrophysics, and education. Currently, I am an ORISE postdoctoral fellow at the Transportation Security Laboratory, an adjunct professor at Rowan University, and a private tutor to high school students. Some of my awards and honors include graduate awards at Temple University: the Award for Outstanding Teaching and the Scholarship for Outstanding Physics Graduate Students. I am an active member of the Association of Women in Science, and I have volunteered for events such as the Philadelphia Area Girls Enjoying Science (PAGES) Mini-Conference and the Science Leadership Academy Science Fair.

My research interests include topics in particle astrophysics (dark matter, neutrinos), nuclear physics (X-ray CT, radiation detection, bulk explosives detection), and STEM education (literacy and women/minorities). I have performed research at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Gran Sasso National Laboratory, and the Transportation Security Laboratory and I have presented my work at National Nuclear Physics Summer School and APS April Meetings.

My Homepage: http://christina-love.squarespace.com

My LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/pub/christina-love/6a/7a4/148/

For homework, exams, and grades: www.masteringastronomy.com

For notes, calendar, labs, and projects: http://bblearn2.rowan.edu/

Contact Information
Email: martinchr@rowan.edu
Phone:
Homepage: http://christina-love.squarespace.com

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