Current teaching and office hours:

I am teaching section 023 of MA 26600 (ordinary differential equations) in Fall 2021. Course materials are available on Brightspace. My office hours are 4:00-6:00 PM on Tuesdays, and 9:00-10:00 AM on Fridays in MATH 610.


Virtual office hour for past, current, and prospective mentees:

My virtual office hours are an opportunity for my past, current, and prospective students to stop by to discuss research, share something that they are excited about from a class, talk about professional development, get feedback on application materials, brainstorm opportunities, or chat about something else -- I'm happy to see you. For my past and current mentees, the Zoom link is pinned in our group Slack. For prospective group members, I actively mentor student research and am always looking for driven students who are excited about applied math. If you are interested in my group's research, please see this page for more information and/or email me for the Zoom link.

  • Time for Fall 2021: Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM Eastern (EDT, UTC-4)
  • Location: Cyberspace (email me if you do not have the Zoom link)

Past teaching:

Northwestern University Ohio State University Brown University Community College of Rhode Island (in correctional facilities)
  • Business Mathematics. Spring 2014.
    • Part of a volunteer program for teaching community-college courses in prisons
    • Co-taught with M Harrison (I was responsible for half of the semester's material)
  • Basic College Mathematics. Fall 2013.
    • Part of a volunteer program for teaching community-college courses in prisons
    • Co-taught with M Harrison and a team of graduate students (I was responsible for a quarter of the semester's material)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • Honors Calculus I (teaching assistant). Fall 2010.
  • Honors Calculus I (teaching assistant). Fall 2009.

Mentorship training:

  • Sheridan Center Certificate V: Academic Advising Track, Brown University. 2014-2016.
    • Training and discussions on best practices for research mentoring and academic advising
  • Brown TEAM (Team Enhanced Advising and Mentoring) program. 2014-2015.
    • Advising collective that provides advice for advisors on how to better support freshmen, particularly those who are first-generation college students