- I am currently teaching Calculus (Math 3), a course focused on active learning techniques. The website is not publically available, but I would be happy to discuss the class.
- I am also organizing LaTeX workshops with Daryl DeFord and Katie Harding. Registration can be found here.
- Finally, with Alex Barnett and Dorothy Wallace, I am facillitating the TA Discussion Group for first- and second-year mathematics graduate students.

**Instructor** (Dartmouth College)

Math 54 (X16) | Topology |

Math 1 (F15) | Calculus with Algebra |

I received the following awards for teaching at Dartmouth College:

- Kenneth P. Bogart Teaching Award (Dartmouth Mathematics Department, June 2017)
"The Dartmouth Mathematics Department gives this award annually to the final year graduate student who best exemplifies outstanding dedication to and excellence in advancing the educational mission of the department."

- Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award (Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, April 2017)
I was nominated by undergraduates in Math 54 for excellence in teaching.

**Teaching Assistant** (Dartmouth College)

Math 22 (S15) | Linear Algebra with Applications |

Math 11 (F14) | Multivariable Calculus for Two-Term AP First-Year Students |

Math 23 (W14) | Differential Equations |

Math 3 (F13) | Introduction to Calculus |

**Introductory LaTeX Workshops, Fall 2016-present**

Working with fellow graduate student Daryl DeFord and the Kresge Library mathematics librarian Katie Harding, we developed a series of workshops aimed at introducing mathematical typesetting in LaTeX. All workshop materials are accessible through the link above.

Starting in the Fall 2017 term, we will be working with Christian Darabos in Research Computing to offer an additional two 3-hour introductory sessions aimed at writing research articles in LaTeX.

**Johns Hopkins University: Center for Talented Youth**

Binary, Bits, and Barcodes | April 2017 |

Modern Cryptography | October 2014 |

**Teaching Seminar, Summer 2015**

I took part in a 6-week intensive course designed to expose graduate students in the math department to educational philosphosies and classroom techniques; helping us develop effective teaching practices by applying the techniques in a variety of situations. During the course, I:

- Studied pedagogical theory on learning mathematics, formed learning objectives for assignments, designed and analyzed lesson plans, addressed issues of diversity, and critiqued public speaking technique.
- Developed and ran two week-long summer camps for Exploring Mathematics, a program for middle- and high-schoolers in the Upper Valley region.
- Guest lectured two meetings of a Dartmouth math course (Math 54: Topology).