I operate using Federico Ardila's axioms:

- Axiom 1. Mathematical talent is distributed equally among different groups, irrespective of geographic, demographic, and economic boundaries.
- Axiom 2. Everyone can have joyful, meaningful, and empowering mathematical experiences.
- Axiom 3. Mathematics is a powerful, malleable tool that can be shaped and used differently by various communities to serve their needs.
- Axiom 4. Every student deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.

My personal teaching philosophy is best summed up by my current teaching statement, which you can find here. If you are on the job market and are looking for resources on diversity statements, you can find notes from a workshop I gave about writing diversity statements for the Georgia Tech AWM chapter here.

This spring at Amherst I am teaching MATH 271: Linear Algebra. The syllabus is here.

Courses I have taught:

- Fall 2023
- MATH 211: Multivariable Calculus (Syllabus)
- Spring 2023 (GT)
- MATH 2106: Foundations of Mathematical Proof (Syllabus)
- Fall 2022 (GT)
- MATH 4107: Abstract Algebra I (Syllabus)
- Spring 2021 (GT)
- MATH 4107: Abstract Algebra I (Online) (Syllabus)
- Fall 2020 (GT)
- MATH 1552: Integral Calculus (Online) (Syllabus)
- Spring 2020 (GT)
- MATH 1552: Integral Calculus (Syllabus, Syllabus after going online)
- Fall 2019 (GT)
- MATH 2551: Multivariable Calculus (Syllabus)
- Summer 2018 (Rice)
- MATH 355: Linear Algebra (Syllabus)
- Spring 2018 (Rice)
- MATH 212: Multivariable Calculus (Syllabus)
- Summer 2017 (Rice)
- MATH 355: Linear Algebra (Syllabus)
- Summer 2016 (Rice)
- Rice Program in Mathematics for High School Students: Chaos Theory and Fractals
- Summer 2015 (Rice)
- Rice Emerging Scholars Program Calculus I
- Fall 2014 (Rice)
- MATH 102: Calculus II (Syllabus)
- Summer 2014 (Rice)
- MATH 212: Multivariable Calculus (Syllabus)

Students have done reading courses with me on:

- Spring 2023
- Topological 4-manifolds using the Disk Embedding Theorem by Behrens, Kalmar, Kim, Powell, and Ray.
- Fall 2021
- The Alexander polynomial and Dehn surgery using Knots and Links by Dale Rolfsen and 4-manifolds and Kirby Calculus by Robert Gompf and András Stipsicz.
- Fall 2021
- Knot groups using Combinatorial Group Theory by Wilhelm Magnus, Abraham Karass, and Donald Solitar along with A Quick Trip Through Knot Theory by Ralph Fox.

Amherst College

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Amherst, MA 01002