Sohan is a fourth year PhD student in Yale’s Physics Department, focusing on computational nuclear theory. His research centers on nuclear structure and how interactions among protons and neutrons give rise to collective behavior in atomic nuclei. He earned his undergraduate degrees in physics and mathematics at the University of Maryland, College Park. As an undergraduate, he was involved in several physics and math tutoring programs. At Yale, he has served as a teaching fellow for physics lab and lecture courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Outside the classroom, Sohan is passionate about STEM outreach, serving as the coordinator for Yale’s Julia Robinson Math Festival. As a McDougal Teaching Fellow, he hopes to develop new skills that help him connect with and engage students.