Christina Love, PhD
Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Disque Hall 804
- BS, Physics Education, West Chester University, 2006
- MA, Physics, Temple University, 2010
- PhD, Physics, Temple University, 2013
Educational Methods and Technology, STEM Education, Science Literacy and Outreach, Particle Physics, Astrophysics
Prof. Love is currently working on creating a complete teaching toolkit on non-traditional topics for high school physics teachers. The toolkit includes open source code for technology enhancements, inquiry-based peer activities, and full diverse lesson plans.
Prof. Christina Love's interests include education, outreach, and experimental neutrino and dark matter studies. Her PhD work focused on the direct detection of dark matter with the DarkSide Collaboration and she completed her postdoctoral work at the Transportation Security Laboratory working on the detection of explosives.
Prof. Love is an active member of the Association of Women in Science, and she is 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 and https://twitter.com/StartTalkingSci.