You are always welcome to contact me to set up an individual meeting or directed reading.
My office is in MacMillan Hall, room 113. My Math 520 office hours are tentatively 2-4 pm on Mondays. That means that you are invited to drop by during those hours and ask me whatever you like. Coming in to office hours while confused is an extremely efficient method of learning.
A note on struggling: learning mathematics is itself a learnable skill. Developing this skill is probably more important that any individual course’s material (for one thing, you may forget the material and need to relearn it). The only way to do so is to grapple with mathematics you currently find difficult. Not immediately understanding everything in a course is a prequisite to getting the most from it!
- 2023: Brown Mathematics Excellence in Teaching Award
A teaching fellow is a course instructor/lecturer.
- TA, Math 100, Calculus II (Spring 2019)
- TA, Math 90, Calculus (Fall 2019)
- TA, Math 60, Calculus (Spring 2020)
- TA, Math 100, Calculus II (Fall 2020)
- TA, Math 100, Calculus II (Spring 2021)
- Teaching fellow, Math 200, Multivariable Calculus for Physicists and Engineers (Fall 2022)
- Teaching fellow, Math 200, Multivariable Calculus for Physicists and Engineers (Spring 2022)
- Teaching fellow, Math 520, Linear Algebra (Spring 2023)
- Teaching fellow, Math 520, Linear Algebra (Fall 2023)
- 2023: Mentor for directed reading (topic TBD)
- 2022: Mentor for Brown’s Math Family program (underrepresented student mentorship in groups)
- 2021: Mentor for directed reading in algebraic geometry
- 2020: Co-organizer, summer online Brown Undergraduate Mathematics Projects program (based on MIT’s Project Lab in Mathematics, with a focus on computer computation)
- 2018: Mentor for directed reading in category theory