In Fall 2018 I am teaching Math 490: Introduction to Topology. More information can be found on the Math 490 course webpage or Canvas page.


Teaching at the University of Michigan
Math 490: Introduction to Topology
Math 490 (Fall 2018)

Teaching at Stanford University
Math 122: Modules and Representation Theory
Math 122 (Spring 2018)
Math 122 (Spring 2017)
Math 122 (Spring 2016)
Math 122 (Spring 2015)

Math 110: Applied Number Theory and Field Theory.
Math 110 (Winter 2015)

Math 51: Linear Algebra and Differential Calculus of Several Variables
  Math 51 (Fall 2016), Sections 02 and 03 – active learning
  Math 51 (Fall 2015), Sections 02 and 05 – transition to active learning format
  Math 51 (Fall 2014), Sections 01, 07, and ACE

Math 20: Integral Calculus
  Math 20 (Fall 2017), Sections 02 and 03

Teaching at the University of Chicago

During the 2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014 academic years, I taught Math 152 (Calculus 2) and Math 153 (Calculus 3) in the Autumn and Winter quarters at the University of Chicago. Class materials are available to students through the course Chalk pages.

Recommended for students: An introduction to mathematical proof.

I was the College Fellow to an IBL section of Math 161-162-163 at the University of Chicago in the 2010-2011 academic year.

I served as a graduate student mentor and course assistant for the 2010 Chicago REU program, and as a mentor in the UChicago Directed Reading Program for several quarters since 2012. I encourage UChicago undergraduate students interested in mathematics to consider participating in these programs.

Teaching at Queen's University

From 2006 to 2009, I worked for Mathematical Investigations, an enrichment program for calculus students at Queen's University. The students worked as a group to solve exploratory math problems that were developed by Peter Taylor. Some of these problems are available on his webpage.

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