Teachers should seek to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary for them to build and advocate for their beliefs, identities, and passions.”
“I love that literally everything in our world can be explained through a chemical lens. Further, chemistry is unique because it requires both content knowledge and scientific skills, such as asking critical questions, making evidence-based claims, and analyzing data. I hope to share my passion for chemistry with my students and support them in developing scientific skills to become exemplary scholars and citizens.”
As an undergraduate, Ruth worked as a private tutor. She also worked as a teacher’s assistant at the Johns Hopkins’ Center for Talented Youth.
Ruth will begin teaching at Boston Collegiate Charter School during the 2020–2021 school year.
Ruth enjoys traveling with her sister to see, hear, smell, and taste new cultures. She also enjoys hiking, reading, and knitting.
- Harvard Graduate School of Education (Master of Education in Science Education)
- University of California, San Diego (Bachelor of Science in Chemistry)