My office hours are Mondays 2:30–3:30; Tuesdays 1:15–2:30; and Wednesdays 10:30–11:30; or by appointment.

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__Drew University__Since I joined Drew in the fall of 2015, I have taught:

- Math 100: Preparation for Calculus
- Math 150: Calculus I
- Math 151: Calculus II
- Math 200: Topics in Single and Multivariable Calculus
- Math 250: Calculus III
- Math 303: Linear Algebra
- Math 310: Foundations of Higher Mathematics
- Math 315: Differential Equations
- Math 335: Abstract Algebra
- Math 340: Special Topics: Graph Theory
- Math 340: Special Topics: Mathematical Logic
- Math 340: Special Topics: Number Theory and Cryptography
- Math 340: Special Topics: Point-Set Topology

- Drew Summer Science Institute (DSSI), Breezy Van Patten,
*Knot theory: an exploration of invariants, visual representations, and quantum money,*Summer 2022 - Drew Summer Science Institute (DSSI), Daniel Kellaway,
*Divisibility, discrete logarithms, and cyclotomic polynomials,*Summer 2020 - Honors Tutorial, Jeff Moorhead,
*On the constructibility of numbers,*Fall 2016 (Drew Review.article)

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__Dartmouth College__As a graduate student at Dartmouth College, I taught two courses:

- Math 1: Calculus With Algebra
- Math 20: Discrete Probability

- Math 3: Introduction to Calculus
- Math 17: Game Theory
- Math 22: Linear Algebra With Applications
- Math 23: Differential Equations

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__Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences__From 2006–2009 I was an instructor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston. During that time I taught:

- MAT 141: Algebra and Trigonometry
- MAT 150: Precalculus
- MAT 151: Calculus I
- MAT 152: Calculus II
- MAT 197: Computer Applications
- MAT 261: Statistics

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__Mass Insight Education__and__Lesley University__From 2004–2006 I taught, as part of a team, a series of math content workshops for K–12 teachers throughout Massachusetts. Two different organizations ran these workshops: Mass Insight Education and Lesley University's Center for Mathematics Achievement; both series of workshops counted as graduate courses in education at Lesley. Courses included:

- Mathematics as a Second Language
- Making Sense of Numbers
- Making Sense of Algebra
- Data Analysis
- Trigonometry and Quadratic Functions

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__Case Western Reserve University__In 2004, as a master's student at Case Western Reserve University, I taught two sections of:

- Math 121: Calculus for Science and Engineering I