Punita discusses her thoughts on Education, using Philosophy in the classroom, the implications of rapid technological growth on society, the portrayals of Indian Americans in media and society, personal fulfillment, and other things, here on PunitaChhabra.com.
Winter 2013 – Launched TeacherZen.com & had first guest posts (!) on TeacherZen.com
July-August 2013 – Visiting Scholar, University of Virginia
July 2012 – Guest-blogged for the Android blog AndroidStatic.
June 2012 – Developed free “Makeup 101″ Style Guide available for free download (PDF)
June 2012 – Wrote for MissCabrina, a positive living & style blog
May 2012 – Completed action research plan to study the impact of cooperative competition on student achievement outcomes this year
2011 and Earlier – Digital Marketing company – project management
2010 and Earlier – Red Bull Wings marketing team
2010 and Earlier
Punita has published over 100 articles in online publications, including Miss Cabrina Online and PunitaChhabra.com. She has also published work in The Blake Beat (as a high school newspaper staff writer and illustrator), and she is the winner of three Maryland Scholastic Press Association Awards for Design for her work in The Blake Beat. Here are some of her writing clips from that publication:
- Democrat, conservative clubs cast vote for post election plans – December 23, 2004
- Old pastime no longer considered hip among today’s Teen readers: Quick clickers throw out subscriptions, connect to internet for entertainment – January 04, 2005
- Cuddling couples do not snuggle up to customs of big Hallmark Holiday, scorn 3rd century saint – February 10, 2005
She has also written copy for a number of small business websites.
Click here for a more detailed list of her published work.
Want to know more about Punita? She was an avid Debater in high school (as well as Class President, and an SGA member, Fashion X (fashion/design club) member, Mock Trial Team member, Newspaper staff writer and head illustrator, and a member of the Web Staff), and has been known to break into motivational speeches from time to time.
Her favorite high school classes were AP Literature, AP Language & Composition, and AP Psychology (in that order, more or less). She has kept journals her entire life, and has always loved writing.