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Cynthia Gómez Martín University of The Virgin Islands E-mail: [email protected] Division of Science and Mathematics Phone: (340) 693-1391 #2 John Brewer's Bay http://www.astro.ufl.edu/~gomez St. Thomas, VI, 00802 EDUCATION 2009 August Ph.D., Astronomy University of Florida Gainesville, Fl. (Expected) Thesis: Low-Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs in The Perseus Molecular Cloud. Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Lada Ph.D. Candidacy: Nov. 2004 2003 May MS, Astronomy University of Florida Gainesville, Fl. Thesis: Mid-Infrared Study of the Protostellar Binary SVS 20. Advisors: Dr. Charles Telesco (chair) and David Ciardi (co-chair). Aug 2001 B.S., Physics University of South Florida Tampa, Fl. (Cum Laude) Thesis: The Draco Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy. Aug 2001 B.A., Mathematics Honor Program University of South Florida Tampa, Fl. (Cum Laude) Thesis: Time Variability and Metal Abundances In a Sample of Quasars. Advisors: Carol Williams (USF) and Fred Hamann (UF). Aug 2001 B.A., Geology University of South Florida Tampa, Fl. (Cum Laude) EMPLOYMENT Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy : University of the Virgin Islands, 2009 – present. Taught introductory level Physics I and II to college level students, including laboratory, tutorial and lectures. Director : Etelman Astronomical Observatory, University of the Virgin Islands, 2009 – present. Director : SEAGEP, University of the Virgin Islands, 2009 – present. Research Associate : Astronomy Dept., University of Florida, 2006 – summer 2008. SEAGEP Fellow : Astronomy Dept., University of Florida, 2006 – present. 1 of 11
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Cynthia Gómez Martín Teaching Assistant: Astronomy Dept., University of Florida, 2005 – 2006. Taught AST 1022L an introductory level laboratory in Astronomy. Graduate Minority Fellow : Astronomy Dept., University of Florida, 2003 – 2004. Translator : [email protected] 2002 – 2003. Translated (English to Spanish) Astronomy and space related stories for [email protected] Teaching Assistant : Astronomy Dept., University of Florida, 2001 – 2002. Taught AST 1022L an introductory level laboratory in Astronomy. Teaching Assistant : Physics Dept., University of South Florida, 1997 – 2001. Taught laboratory courses for introductory level physics courses. Private Tutor: Private academy, 1997 – 2006. Taught introductory level physics to high school as well as college level students. Taught mathematics to college students. Taught Spanish from grammar to conversation to a wide range of individuals. Tutor Assistant : Dept. of Mathematics, Fall 2000, Tampa, Florida. Tutored college students in the various mathematics courses offered by the department. Summer Intern : National Optical Astronomy Observatory, 5/99 - 8/99, Tucson, AZ. Researched the evolutionary history of the Draco Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy. Research Assistant : Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute 1/99 – 5/99. Calibrate High-Resolution monitors used for digital medical imaging. Research Assistant : University of South Florida 1997 – 1999.
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