Chad Curtis


Chad Curtis


  • Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Chemistry, Elementary Math, Geometry, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, Science
  • Seattle, WA
  • Updated 3 years ago
  • 2019/present
    Lecturer at University of Washington
    • Faculty member in the chemical engineering department • Teach Computer Skills, Process Design I & II, Engineering Lab, Engineering Mathematics, and Image Analysis courses. • Implemented a flipped classroom for content delivery.
  • 2019/present
    Mentor at Tuding
    • Mentor high school students remotely on 8-week projects in engineering and data science-related topics. • Example projects include a web scraper for NIST datasets and machine learning analyses.
  • 2015/2019
    Graduate Research Assistant at University of Washington
    • Co-taught Data Science and Software Engineering courses. • TA-ed Process Design and Control courses. • Mentored an undergraduate research team. • Developed software packages for data analyses.
  • 2015/2019
    PhD, Chemical Engineering:Data Science at University of Washington
    GPA: 3.8 Dissertation: Trajectory features as surrogate measures of the nanoparticle-microenvironment interaction space
  • 2015/2017
    MS, Chemical Engineering at University of Washington
    GPA: 3.8
  • 2009/2015
    BS, Chemical Engineering at University of Utah
    Magna cum Laude GPA: 4.0 Minors: Chemistry/German


· A strong career as a graduate and undergraduate lecturer in engineering dedicated to implementing active learning and establishing an inclusive classroom. An early track record of ensuring student success.

· Experience in developing course content from the ground up, as demonstrated by courses in engineering mathematics, process design and image processing.

· Actively publishing in pedagogical journals and presenting on evidence-based practices focused on the implementation of learning technologies in the classroom.

· Effective communicator with experience managing large projects and teams by reaching consensus and setting and attaining goals.