Virtual office hours:

My virtual office hours are an opportunity for past, current, and prospective students in my group 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 all other students, email me for the Zoom link.

  • Times:
    • Tuesdays, 9:00-10:00 AM Central (Chicago time, UTC-5)
    • Tuesdays, 6:00-7:00 PM Central (Chicago time, UTC-5)
  • Location: Cyberspace (email me if you do not have the Zoom link)

Current teaching:

I am not currently teaching, but 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, I encourage you to send me an email -- I am happy to chat further about possible projects. For undergraduates, academic-year opportunities can be for funding (including work study) or course credit.

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