Teaching & Advising
Jonathan Lin (UC Berkeley undergraduate; 2017-present; co-advised with Eugene Chiang) Jonathan is building a model of planet formation with a goal to find the formation conditions of warm Jupiters.
At UC Berkeley, I led the graduate student mentorship program in the Astronomy Department with two other mentor masters. Together, we assigned the student mentors and faculty academic advisers to each incoming student, monitored the academic progress of the first and second year students, and held annual discussions with the head graduate adviser to address any concern raised by the students and the faculty members. I also mentored two graduate students.
Graduate Stduent Instructor / Teaching Assistant
Astronomy 7B "Introduction to Astrophysics II" (Spring 2013; UC Berkeley) Lower-division astronomy class for intended majors studying tides, compact objects, galaxies and cosmology.
Astronomy 7A "Introduction to Astrophysics I" (Fall 2012; UC Berkeley) Lower-division astronomy class for intended majors studying the properties and the evolution of stars and planets.
AST 201 "Stars and Galaxies" (Spring 2012; University of Toronto) Introductory astronomy for non-majors studying the evolution of stars, galaxies, and the universe.
AST 101 "The Sun and Its Neighbours" (Fall 2011; University of Toronto) Introductory astronomy for non-majors studying the properties of the solar system and the habitability of planets.