Diane Jammula

Diane Jammula

Email

diane.jammula [at] rutgers.edu

Phone

973-353-1485

Office Location

Smith Hall 365

Office Hours

Tuesdays 1pm-2pm Smith 206

Courses Taught

General Physics I & II

Subjects

General Physics I

General Physics II

Awards

Students’ Choice Awards: Natural Sciences, Rutgers University, Newark, 2017
Laurie Tisch Endowed Scholarship, Teachers College, Columbia University 2012, 2013, & 2014
D.S. Edmonds Scholarship, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2013
S.R. Powers Scholarship, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2012
Sparberg Braun Alexiou Scholarship, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2012
Beatrice Troupin Scholarship, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2012
TC General Scholarship, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2010 & 2011
Teachers College Scholarship, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2010
Rookie Teacher of the Year Nominee, William Turner Tech High School, 2007 & 2008
Science Teacher of the Year, William Turner Tech High School, 2007
Amgen Fellow, Teach for America, awarded to top 100 incoming math, science, & engineering majors, 2007

Education

BA Physics - Mount Holyoke College

PhD Science Education - Columbia University

Publications

Jammula, D. C. (in process). “This class is like a family”: Masculinity in the physics curriculum and other ways of doing physics.
Jammula, D.C. (in process). “I might nitpick it because I did it my way”: Gender performances impact learning experiences in the physics classroom.
Jammula, D.C., & Mensah, F.M. (in process). Urban college students negotiate their identities to dis/connect with notions of physics. In A. Gonsalves & A. Danielsson (Eds.),Physics education and gender: Identity as an analytic lens for research.