I will be teaching the following courses in Fall 2014:

## Current Courses

## Previous Teaching

**Undergraduate Mathematics Courses:**

- Kenyon College
- Math 106 (Elements of Statistics): Spring 2011, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Fall 2013
- Math 110Y/111Y (Calculus with Elementary Functions): Fall 2009/Spring 2010
- Math 112 (Calculus II): Spring 2010, Spring 2012
- Math 224 (Linear Algebra): Fall 2009, Fall 2010
- Math 231 (Problem Solving Seminar): Fall 2012, Fall 2013
- Math 341 (Real Analysis I): Fall 2010, Fall 2012
- Math 352 (Complex Variables): Spring 2010, Spring 2012
- Math 441 (Real Analysis II): Spring 2011
- Math 460 (Topology): Spring 2012

- University of Michigan
- Math 115 (Differential Calculus): Fall 2005, Fall 2006
- Math 116 (Integral Calculus): Fall 2008

**Michigan Math and Science Scholars Program** (MMSSP):

- Codes, Ciphers and Secret Messages, with Dr. Carolyn Dean (Summer 2007, Summer 2008)
- Fibonacci Numbers, with Dr. Mel Hochster (Summer 2007)

**Expository Seminars**

*Kenyon Science Division Colloquium:*Matings of Polynomials*UM Undergraduate Math Club Talk:*Kakeya's Problem- The Poincaré Homology Sphere via Dehn Surgery on the Trefoil Knot
- Hausdorff Measure of Unit Balls in Finite Dimensional Banach Spaces
- Bourgain's Theorem: Embedding Finite Metric Spaces in Euclidean Space
- Flat Chains in Banach Spaces (after T. Adams)

**Lectures in Graduate Courses and Summer Schools**

- Introduction to Analysis in Metric Spaces, with C. Camfield (CGAD Summer School, 2012)
- Introduction to Geometric Measure Theory, with A. Meadows (CGAD Summer School, 2012)
- Tutorial on Multilinear Algebra and Differential Forms, with J. Taylor (CGAD Summer School, 2012)
- The Poincaré Homology Sphere - Classical Construction
- The Beltrami Equation and the Measurable Riemann Mapping Theorem
- Lebesgue vs. Hausdorff Measure in Euclidean Space
- Sharp Things a la Whitney (Chains, Cochains, and Forms)

## Pedagogical Professional Development

**MAA Minicourse (Winter 2012):** Minicourse by Colin Adams and Robert Franzosa on teaching an applied topology course.

**Project NExT (2009-2010):** Workshops focusing on innovative methods in teaching, including seminars on teaching linear algebra with clickers, teaching statistics, and involving undergraduates in research.

**Gender and Authority in the College Classroom (Winter 2008):** a half-day seminar organized by the UM Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT).

**Teaching for Inclusion (Winter 2008):** a half-day seminar organized by the UM CRLT.

**UM Mathematics Teaching Orientation (Fall 2005):** a week-long orientation to teaching college mathematics including lesson-planning, effective use of technology in the classroom, and videotaped practice lectures.