## Current and Upcoming Teaching

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Summer 2020
TBA

## Past Teaching

### University of Washington

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Winter 2020
**MATH 300: Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning **

Class photo A and Class photo B
Syllabus (Section A)

Syllabus (Section B)
Winter 2020
**MATH 399: The card game SET and finite affine geometry**

I continued mentoring this Washington Experimental Mathematics Lab (WXML) project which started in Autumn 2019 with four undergraduate students (Ivy Guo, Jocelin Liteanu, Avery Milandin, and Zoey Shi) and graduate TA Peter Gylys-Colwell. We worked to understand equivalence classes of 2-caps under the actions of affine transformations.
Project Description
Autumn 2019
**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications **

Class photo K and Class photo L
Syllabus (Section K)

Syllabus (Section L)

Course Notes
Autumn 2019
**MATH 399: The card game SET and finite affine geometry**

I mentored a project through the Washington Experimental Mathematics Lab (WXML). A group of three undergraduate students (Jocelin Liteanu, Jaron Wang, and Alexander Waugh), along with graduate TA Peter Gylys-Colwell learned about finite affine geometry and wrote programs to find and visualize caps in affine spaces of order 3. They gave an eight-minute talk about their work at the end of the quarter. Jaron maintains the GitHub repository for our work.
Presentation

GitHub Repository
Summer 2019

Term B
**MATH 412: Introduction to Modern Algebra for Teachers**

Class photo
Syllabus
Summer 2019
**MATH 324: Advanced Multivariable Calculus **

(Co-instructed with Jonathan Beardsley)

Class photo
Spring 2019
**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications**

Class photo
Syllabus

Course Notes
Winter 2019
**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications **

Class photo E and Class photo F
Syllabus (Section E)

Syllabus (Section F)
Autumn 2018
**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications **

Class photo
Syllabus

**MATH 300: Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning**Class photo A and Class photo B

Syllabus (Section B)

**MATH 399: The card game SET and finite affine geometry**I continued mentoring this Washington Experimental Mathematics Lab (WXML) project which started in Autumn 2019 with four undergraduate students (Ivy Guo, Jocelin Liteanu, Avery Milandin, and Zoey Shi) and graduate TA Peter Gylys-Colwell. We worked to understand equivalence classes of 2-caps under the actions of affine transformations.

**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications**Class photo K and Class photo L

Syllabus (Section L)

Course Notes

**MATH 399: The card game SET and finite affine geometry**I mentored a project through the Washington Experimental Mathematics Lab (WXML). A group of three undergraduate students (Jocelin Liteanu, Jaron Wang, and Alexander Waugh), along with graduate TA Peter Gylys-Colwell learned about finite affine geometry and wrote programs to find and visualize caps in affine spaces of order 3. They gave an eight-minute talk about their work at the end of the quarter. Jaron maintains the GitHub repository for our work.

GitHub Repository

Term B

**MATH 412: Introduction to Modern Algebra for Teachers**Class photo

**MATH 324: Advanced Multivariable Calculus**(Co-instructed with Jonathan Beardsley)

Class photo

**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications**Class photo

Course Notes

**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications**Class photo E and Class photo F

Syllabus (Section F)

**MATH 308: Matrix Algebra with Applications**Class photo

### Wake Forest University

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Summer 2018
**WFU Research Fellowship: Generalizations of capsets in affine spaces of order 3**

I mentored Wake Forest undergraduate Yixuan (Alice) Huang who won a Wake Forest Research Fellowship to work with me on a project in affine geometry. Together with Michael Tait, we wrote the paper Sidon sets and 2-caps in **F**_{3}^{n}.
Alice's Poster
Spring 2018
**MST 117: Discrete Mathematics**

Class photo
Syllabus
Spring 2018
**MST 722: Graduate Algebra**

Class photo
Syllabus
Fall 2017
**MST 121: Linear Algebra**

Class photo
Syllabus

Course Notes
Fall 2017
**MST 721: Graduate Algebra**

Class photo

(An important rule of group theory, needlepointed by Beth Matys.)
Syllabus
Spring 2017
**MTH 109: Elementary Probability and Statistics**

Sections H and I
Syllabus
Fall 2016
**MTH 111: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I**

Sections I and J
Syllabus
Fall 2016
**Informal Reading Course**

I led a reading group of four Masters students (Mike Annunziata, Katie Greene, Rebecca Kotsonis, and Rob McConkey) in which we read Ellenberg and Gijswijt's paper (then preprint) On large subsets of **F**_{q}^{n} with no three-term arithmetic progression.

**WFU Research Fellowship: Generalizations of capsets in affine spaces of order 3**I mentored Wake Forest undergraduate Yixuan (Alice) Huang who won a Wake Forest Research Fellowship to work with me on a project in affine geometry. Together with Michael Tait, we wrote the paper Sidon sets and 2-caps in

**F**_{3}^{n}.**MST 117: Discrete Mathematics**Class photo

**MST 722: Graduate Algebra**Class photo

**MST 121: Linear Algebra**Class photo

Course Notes

**MST 721: Graduate Algebra**Class photo

(An important rule of group theory, needlepointed by Beth Matys.)

**MTH 109: Elementary Probability and Statistics**Sections H and I

**MTH 111: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I**Sections I and J

**Informal Reading Course**I led a reading group of four Masters students (Mike Annunziata, Katie Greene, Rebecca Kotsonis, and Rob McConkey) in which we read Ellenberg and Gijswijt's paper (then preprint) On large subsets of

**F**_{q}^{n}with no three-term arithmetic progression.### UC San Diego

#### As Associate Instructor

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Summer 2015
**Math 3C: Precalculus**
Syllabus

**Math 3C: Precalculus**#### As Teaching Assistant

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Winter 2015
**Gradute-Undergraduate Learning Program: Finite affine geometry **

Together with Michael Tait, I advised UCSD undergraduates Yuhui Jin, Kyle Lee, and Esther Wang on a reading project on finite affine geometries and their connections to the card game SET. This was organized through UCSD AWM's Graduate-Undergraduate Learning Program (GULP). The students gave a presentation at the end of the quarter.
Fall 2015
**Math 140A: Real Analysis**
Spring 2015
**Math 200C: Graduate Algebra**
Winter 2015
**Math 200B: Graduate Algebra**
Fall 2014
**Math 200A: Graduate Algebra**
Summer 2014
**Math 20C: Calculus for Science and Engineering III**
Spring 2014
**Math 142B: Introduction to Analysis II**

Sections A01 and A02
Winter 2014
**Math 142A: Introduction to Analysis I**

Sections A01 and A02
Fall 2013
**Math 109: Mathematical Reasoning**

Sections B01 and B02
Summer 2013
**Math 20F: Linear Algebra**
Spring 2013
**Math 20D: Differential Equations**

Sections B03, B04, B05, and B06
Winter 2013
**Math 20F: Linear Algebra **

Sections A05, A06, A07, and A08
Fall 2012
**Math 31AH: Honors Linear Algebra**

Sections A01 and A02
Summer 2012
**Math 20B: Calculus for Science and Engineering II**
Winter 2012
**Math 20B: Calculus for Science and Engineering II**

Sections A03 and A04
Fall 2011
**Math 10A: Calculus I**

Sections C01 and C02

**Gradute-Undergraduate Learning Program: Finite affine geometry**Together with Michael Tait, I advised UCSD undergraduates Yuhui Jin, Kyle Lee, and Esther Wang on a reading project on finite affine geometries and their connections to the card game SET. This was organized through UCSD AWM's Graduate-Undergraduate Learning Program (GULP). The students gave a presentation at the end of the quarter.

**Math 140A: Real Analysis****Math 200C: Graduate Algebra****Math 200B: Graduate Algebra****Math 200A: Graduate Algebra****Math 20C: Calculus for Science and Engineering III****Math 142B: Introduction to Analysis II**Sections A01 and A02

**Math 142A: Introduction to Analysis I**Sections A01 and A02

**Math 109: Mathematical Reasoning**Sections B01 and B02

**Math 20F: Linear Algebra****Math 20D: Differential Equations**Sections B03, B04, B05, and B06

**Math 20F: Linear Algebra**Sections A05, A06, A07, and A08

**Math 31AH: Honors Linear Algebra**Sections A01 and A02

**Math 20B: Calculus for Science and Engineering II****Math 20B: Calculus for Science and Engineering II**Sections A03 and A04

**Math 10A: Calculus I**Sections C01 and C02

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SIR THOMAS MORE: Why not be a teacher? You'd be a fine teacher, perhaps a great one.
RICHARD RICH: If I was, who would know it?
SIR THOMAS MORE: You; your pupils; your friends; God. Not a bad public, that.
― Robert Bolt, A Man for All Seasons
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