## Current

Spring of 2024 I will be on sabbatical

## Past

Mathematics for Liberal Arts

College Algebra

Math Applications for Management

Precalculus

Calculus I, Calc II, Calc III

Discrete Mathematics, Intro to Proofs

Graph Theory with Applications

Geometry (Euclidean and non-Euclidean)

Modern Algebra

Topology

Real Analysis

Complex Analysis

Network ecology (team-taught)

Mathematics research seminar

The Math of Games and Puzzles

College Algebra

Math Applications for Management

Precalculus

Calculus I, Calc II, Calc III

Discrete Mathematics, Intro to Proofs

Graph Theory with Applications

Geometry (Euclidean and non-Euclidean)

Modern Algebra

Topology

Real Analysis

Complex Analysis

Network ecology (team-taught)

Mathematics research seminar

The Math of Games and Puzzles

Machine Learning

Intro to Programming

## Teaching philosophy

I believe that mathematics is best taught by motivating curiosity. When we want to know more, we are willing to put in the work to learn. If I can encourage excitement and inquiry about a topic then teaching and learning are fun, and we all look forward to more of it. I’ve found that curiosity is supported by depth into the foundations of a topic, rather than a cursory explanation. Once students see how exciting and creative the process of mathematics is, they engage with it in a way that anchors real understanding.I’m a strong advocate for active learning methods and I use a lot of Inquiry-Based Learning in my classes.