I find teaching and mentoring challenging, but very rewarding. Here are courses where I have served as principal instructor. I also served as course coordinator for Calculus II at Smith College.

Discrete Structures, Reed College, Spring 2023

Introduction to Analysis, Reed College, Fall 2022

Topics in Abstract Algebra (Representation Theory), Reed College, Fall 2022

Calculus III, Colgate University, Fall 2021

Calculus II, Colgate University, Fall 2021

Introduction to Measure Theory, Smith College, Spring 2021

Introduction to Modern Algebra, Smith College, Spring 2021

Calculus II, Smith College, Spring 2020

Calculus II, Smith College, Fall 2020

Quantum Group Theory (Special Studies), Smith College, Fall 2020

Graph Theory, Smith College, Spring 2020

Calculus II, Smith College, Spring 2020

Honors Project, Smith College, Spring 2020

Multivariable Calculus, Smith College, Fall 2019

Calculus II, Smith College, Fall 2019

Quantum Cryptography (Special Studies), Smith College, Fall 2019

Topics in Abstract Algebra, Smith College, Spring 2019

Introduction to Modern Algebra, Smith College, Spring 2019

Calculus I, Smith College, Fall 2018

Discrete Mathematical Structures, University of Missouri, Spring 2018

Calculus III, University of Missouri, Spring 2018

The Theory of Numbers, University of Missouri, Fall 2017

Discrete Mathematical Structures, University of Missouri, Fall 2017

Calculus III, University of Missouri, Spring 2017

Higher Algebra, University of Missouri, Fall 2016

Discrete Mathematical Structures, University of Missouri, Fall 2016

Matrix Theory, University of Missouri, Spring 2016

Calculus III, University of Missouri, Fall 2015

Calculus I, University of Iowa, Fall 2014

Elementary Functions, University of Iowa, Spring 2013

Finite Mathematics, Indiana University, Fall 2005
I am also very much enjoy mentoring students in research. Last year I was principle director of Wenqin Chen's honors thesis at Smith, which earned the distinction "Highest Honors." The previous year, I directed Ojaswi Acharya, Stella Li and Jasmine Noory in a research project which ultimately became the paper "Tracking the variety of interleavings." On my postdoc, I wrote two papers with Killian Meehan while he was a grad student at Mizzou. I also directed Katelyn Gutteridge's Masters thesis.

Oliver Mansbach, BA (expected Spring 2023), Reed College

Scott Blair, BA (expected 2023), Reed College

Wenqin Chen, AB, Smith College

Ojaswi Acharya, AB, Smith College

Stella Li, AB, Smith College

Jasmine Noory, Postbacc, Smith College

Killian Meehan, PhD, University of Missouri

Katelyn Gutteridge, MA, University of Missouri
I also like organizing conferences. Here's some conferences and seminars that I've helped with.

Hudson River Undergraduate Math Conference (HRUMC), Keene State College (virtual conference), co organizer, April 2021

Women in Mathematics in New England (WIMIN), Smith College (virtual conference), coorganizer, October 2020

HRUMC, Mount Holyoke College, coorganizer, March 2020 (canceled due to COVID19)

HRUMC, Smith College, coorganizer and local organizer, March 2019

Topological Data Analysis Reading Group, Smith College, coorganizer, Fall 2018

Fifth Conference on Geometric Methods in Representation Theory, University of Iowa, coorganizer,
November 2017

Fourth Conference on Geometric Methods in Representation Theory, University of Missouri, coorganizer, November 2016

Representation Theory of Algebras Reading Seminar, University of Missouri, organizer Fall 20152016

Graduate Student Group Representation/Group Cohomology Seminar, University of Iowa, founder 2011, organizer 20112015