June 2013 - Science Discovery electromagnetism high school students visit CU
Juliet served as a faculty advisor for a summer course on electromagnetism taught
by two graduate students. The course was focused on 13-17 year olds, and included
a group of students from the Trinidad Upward Bound program. Some pictures from a
lab visit follow.
Juliet, Molly, and the students.
Andrew, Kenneth and the students.
June 2011 - Juliet teaches CU Research at the speed of light
Juliet taught a weeklong course for underrepresented students focused
on electromagnetism. The course was supported by a grant
from the CU Diversity and Excellence office. The goals of this program
were to heighten students interest in science and technology, expose them to
current optics research on the CU campus, and promote interest and
participation in STEM fields. A link to the final report can be found
Some pictures from the course:
January 2011 - Juliet starts women group for undergraduate and graduate students in ECEE
The group has several major goals including: creating a community atmosphere among ECEE
students, providing students with role models, facilitating interaction between graduate
and undergraduate students, and promoting professional and technical development of the students.
We have a
February - Aspen Creek Elementary 6th grade visits Juliet's lab!