Alex Meill

Graduate Instructional Designer

Alex’s goal in the CET is to improve the teaching experience of his fellow graduate students and post-docs. He has served as a TA, Lab TA Coordinator, and instructor of record for the UCSD physics department, during which time he designed and wrote a new lab manual for the department's introductory circuits lab. Outside of the physics department, Alex applied his training in scholarly teaching to complete a Teaching-as-Research project during his time as a Summer Graduate Teaching Scholar with the CET. He has since served as a mentor for new Summer Graduate Teaching Scholars and is committed to seeing the participants develop as instructors.  His work as a Graduate Instructional Designer will help to provide resources and services for graduate students to improve and expand their teaching.  Alex received his Bachelor of Arts in Physics from Dartmouth College and is pursuing his PhD in physics at UCSD.

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