Some other cool stuff, not entirely at random: Faces of Women in Mathematics video.
For the 2018–2019 academic year I will be coordinating math 216, our large-enrollement differential equations course. It looks as if I will not be teaching in fall '18, but will in winter '19.
In the past I have taught (F16, F17) and coordinated (F16–present) math 216 (differential equations), math 425 (probability; 2013, 16), math 217 (linear algebra; 2014–15), math 316 (also differential equations), math 215 (calculus III), math 116 (calculus II), and math 115 (calculus I). Many, many years ago I taught courses in math modeling and other things.
There's more to say about all this; more links, mostly for internal consumption, are on our instructional technology page. If you're curious about any of that, feel free to ask.
A few personal items: I did my undergraduate work at Grinnell College, a small liberal arts school in Iowa, and graduate work in applied math at Northwestern University. Determined to stay at a school with the same initials, I then taught at Nebraska Wesleyan University, in Lincoln, where at least one other university may be found. I've been known to play ultimate (in Ann Arbor). Music is a large part of the background on which my life runs. My laptop runs Linux, most recently Arch.
Books. Everyone should read more. Recent and not-so recent things to cross my sights are Atul Gawande, Being Mortal; Jamil Ahmad, The Wandering Falcon; Randall Monroe, What if?; Chloe Benjamin, The Immortalists; John Lewis, March; Ta-Nehisi Coates Between the World and Me; Claude Steele, Whistling Vivaldi; Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Mists of Avalon; T.H. White, Once and Future King; Carol Dwek, Mindset; Michael Chabon, Moonglow...