MSc in Computational Chemistry, Dalhousie University
Sarah joined ACENET in 2023 and is based in Nova Scotia. She has a range of teaching experience, and held regular positions as a TA and senior TA during her studies. She has taught chemistry, programming, and through a private studio, music. Passionate about scientific literacy, Sarah was a supervisor with Brilliant Labs, where she developed teaching materials, and taught programming and robotics to youth in St. John's. She also led a two-day virtual professional development workshop for teachers in Newfoundland & Labrador, helping to bring digital skills workshops to more classrooms in the province. In her Master's degree, she focused on combining methods for efficient crystal structure prediction, as well as assessing the requirements for a successful structure-generation protocol, which involved interfacing various software by means of shell scripting, Python, and MATLAB.