Physics & Astronomy

Christina Love

Adjunct Professor

Christina Love

Biography:

PhD, Physics, Temple University, 2013

MA, Physics, Temple University, 2010

BS, Physics Education, West Chester University, 2006

 

With over sixteen years of teaching and tutoring experience, I am a personable physicist and educator with research interests in particle astrophysics and education. My PhD work focused on the direct detection of dark matter with the DarkSide Collaboration and I completed my postdoctoral work at the Transportation Security Laboratory working on the detection of explosives.

 

In addition to adjuncting at Rowan University, I am an Assistant Teaching Professor at Drexel University: http://drexel.edu/physics/contact/facultyDirectory/Love%20Christina.

 

I am an active member of the Association of Women in Science, and I am the Program Chair for a new event, called Start Talking Science, where researchers present non technical posters to the general public: http://starttalkingscience.com and https://www.facebook.com/starttalkingscience.

 

I have performed research at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, and Gran Sasso National Laboratory in Assergi, Italy.

 

Interests: experimental neutrino and dark matter studies, education, and outreach


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