Physics Professor Resume

Paul Hendey

5821 S Mayfield Ave

Chicago, IL 60652

(555)-555-5555

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Summary

A very efficient professor who oversees and develops the design of the overall curricula; develops and delivers various programs of study at different levels; develops the college’s overall framework including validation and revalidation of courses, student admission and assessment; transfers knowledge including practical skills, methods and techniques; encourages the development of innovative approaches to course design and ensures that teaching designs implemented comply with the quality educational standards and regulations of the department.

Professional Experience:

Physics Professor January 2007 – Present

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Responsibilities:

  • Conducted lectures and physics laboratory and sessions, as assigned.
  • Arranged practical work sessions at laboratory and guided students on the procedures of performing specific experiments.
  • Demonstrated and designed models relating to physical phenomenon.
  • Informed students about the recent technological advancements based upon the fundamental principles of physics.
  • Conducted course assessment tests and provided test feedbacks.
  • Designed various curricular and non-curricular assessment tests for students.

Assistant Physics Professor May 2004 – December 2006

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Responsibilities:

  • Arranged practical sessions according to the university norms.
  • Organized student meetings with credible and highly acclaimed scientists to ensure an extra interest in the subject.
  • Used most of the available teaching aids such as charts, PowerPoint presentations, etc. to effectively convey the subject matter to students.
  • Kept the students up to date on the recent subject flows

Science Teacher, Secondary DivisionFebruary 1999 – May 2004

West Town Academy Alternative High School, Chicago, IL

Responsibilities:

  • Conducted lectures and physics laboratory and sessions, as assigned.
  • Arranged practical work sessions at laboratory and guided students on the procedures of performing specific experiments.
  • Demonstrated and designed models relating to physical phenomenon.
  • Informed students about the recent technological advancements based upon the fundamental principles of physics.
  • Conducted course assessment tests and provided test feedbacks.
  • Designed various curricular and non-curricular assessment tests for students.

Assistant Physics Professor May 2004 – December 2006

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Education

Masters of Science in Physics, Rice University, TX, 1999

Bachelor of Science in Physics, Rice University, TX, 1997

Skills:

  • Strong communications skills as author, lecturer, teacher, debater
  • Excellent relationship builder with students, faculty, and administration
  • Excellent interpersonal, writing, verbal communication and research skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Strategic planning, organizational and leadership skills
  • Physics and Mathematics expertise

Awards and Affiliations

Member, Isaac Newton Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Member, Banff International Research Station

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