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About Dalton

About Dalton
Dalton has received his M.S. in Physics and nano-science from VCU in 2016. Currently, he works for a company in the Richmond area teaching professionals the science of rheology, a multifaceted science that goes into both chemistry and physics.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
Held many mini 'seminars' for elementary age children on the sciences University physics teaching assistant for two years. Currently, teaching professionals applied sciences.
Virginia College - Baton Rouge
Master's Degree
2014 - 2016
University of Mary Washington
Bachelor's Degree
2010 - 2014

Work Experience

Work Experience
Anton Paar, Product Specialist
2016 - Present
Conducts rheology -the science of the flow and deformation of materials- research for a wide array of materials for companies and universities across the country. -Rheology is a material science that is most commonly tied to physics, chemistry, and engineering. Teaches rheology classes for groups of 20-25 professionals and professors across the country as well as frequently hold 1 on 1 teaching sessions.
Virginia Commonwealth University, Teaching and Research Assistant
2014 - 2016
Independently taught classes of 20-30 students intro physics classes as well as administered and graded tests and homework for the physics department. Conducted cutting edge research for the physics and nano-science department.
University of Mary Washington, Research Assistant
2012 - 2014
Conducted cutting edge research for the physics department.

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