MS in Patent Law, University of Notre Dame du Lac, May 2014 (expected) BA in Physics and Politics & Government, Ohio Wesleyan University, May 2013
Rose Moller-Jacobs has experience in electrical circuit design and implementation, classical mechanical theory and experimentation, nuclear physics, mathematical modeling, climate science, data collection, technical illustration, and product evaluation. She has given informal presentations on the function of Josephson junctions, on the utility of technology in physics education, on the modeling of permafrost stability and climate feedback, and on technology in developing economies. She is currently taking courses on patent searching, patent application drafting, and claims writing. She plans to pursue a career as a patent agent in the mechanical engineering or electrical engineering field as well as to pursue a life in public service through politics.
She has a BA in Physics and Politics & Government from Ohio Wesleyan University and has an expected (May 2014) MS in Patent Law. She is a member of the American Institute of Physics and the American Association of Physics Teachers. She has a dedicated to service and civic engagement and has participated in outreach programs with middle school- and high school-age students to encourage their engagement in physics; has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans to build hurricane-rated homes; and has organized outreach to the Ohio Wesleyan campus community to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness in young adults.