Eamonn works as a graduate educational developer with the Office of Teaching and Learning. His work is focused on sharing research backed pedagogies with other grad students as well as developing new resources to improve graduate student teaching across the university. This includes workshops, networking events, research journal clubs, and the annual Graduate Student University Teaching Day.
Eamonn is currently completing his PhD in the Physics department, the first education-based physics doctorate at Guelph. His work focuses on the under-representation of female students in high school physics, and studies intervention strategies to mitigate this problem. Previously, he completed a B.Sc. in physics from Trent University, a B.Ed. from Queen’s University with a specialization in high school physics and math, and a masters in theoretical physics from the University of Guelph. He is certified by the Ontario College of Teachers.