Pedagogy Fellow in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)
Jovana Andrejevic is a fourth year Ph.D. student in Applied Physics in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. She is passionate about research that lies at the intersection of computation and material properties, and her current project focuses on analyzing and modelling the complex behavior of thin, crumpled sheets. Growing up, Jovana loved drawing and art, and part of her excitement about her current research is the opportunity to elucidate patterns and ordered structures in what appears a disordered system at first glance. She completed her undergraduate studies in 2016 at Cornell University, with a major in Engineering Physics and minor in Applied Math. Jovana has nurtured a fondness for teaching since her time at Cornell, where she worked as a teaching assistant and mentored high school girls through the CURIE Academy summer program. Now at Harvard, she has served as a Teaching Fellow for a year-long series of undergraduate introductory physics courses which place a strong emphasis on active and team-based learning.