Jarrett Moyer is an experienced educator in mathematics and the physical sciences with experience teaching high school and college age students.
Prior to devoting himself full-time to education, he worked as a research physicist for nearly ten years as a graduate student at Yale University and a postdoctoral research associate at the Pennsylvania State University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
As an academic, he has published over two dozen research papers and given numerous technical talks at conferences, national laboratories, and universities. During his time as a graduate student, Jarrett volunteered as a mentor and educator with the New Haven Science Fair and Big Brothers Big Sisters and taught mathematics, general science, and physics as a Yale University teaching fellow. He continued mentoring students during his postdoctoral research appointments by advising undergraduate student research projects.
After moving to the Pioneer Valley, Jarrett taught all levels of Physics and Astronomy at The Williston Northampton School, along with designing a high school-level Renewable Energy course. Additionally, he coached baseball and volleyball and worked in the 9th grade program as an advisor.
Jarrett holds a Ph.D. in Applied Physics and a M.Ph. and M.S. in Engineering and Applied Science from Yale University and a B.A. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Physics from Colgate University.