This semester I'm teaching Calc 1 (check ELC) and Smooth Topology (here).

I'm interested in intersections between math and civics. Last spring I attended the "Geometry and Gerrymandering" conference at the University of San Francisco. Since then I've given talks in UGA's Math club, supervised a project at UGA's MathCamp for high schoolers, and am currently supervising an Athens high schooler on an AP Research project about gerrymandering.

Previously at UGA I've taught *Calculus 1*, *Calculus 2*, *Applied Linear Algebra*, *Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces*, and *Topics in Geometry and Topology (Knot Theory)*. I taught *Calculus 1* and *2* (for non-science majors) and *Finite Probability with Applications* at Boston College. I also assisted with a Boston College summer enrichment program for mathematically-inclined high schoolers.

Before coming to Boston College, I TA'd sections of *Pre-Calculus*, *Calculus 2* (for science majors), and *Linear Algebra*. I also tutored for first-year physics and math courses and provided drop-in help for all math classes.

My teaching style is rooted in my experiences with informal education, both as an Exhibit Supervisor at the Boston Museum of Science and in half a dozen roles at a summer camp.