## Teaching

### Sharing mathematics outside the classroom

I enjoy sharing mathematics with people of varying backgrounds and interests, from students in elementary to graduate school. I have given colloquium-style talks on the topics below; contact me if you are interested in having me give a talk.
- Climbing (or finding paths) through trees (
*Introduction to Computability/Graph Theory*)
- Finding Order in the Unknown: The Erdos-Szekeres Theorem (
*Combinatorics/Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem*)
- Gersgorin's circle's and Cassini's Oval's: Cheap ways to estimate eigenvalues (
*Linear Algebra*)
- Computability of linear orderings on groups (
*Introduction to Computability/Ordered groups*)

### Previous Courses

* Wellesley College *

- Fall 2015
- Number Theory (Inquiry based learning), Math 223
- Set Theory, Math 309
- Spring 2014
- Linear Algebra, Math 206
- Set Theory, Math 309
- Honors Thesis, Math 370
- Fall 2013
- Multivariable Calculus, Math 205
- Abstract Algebra, Math 305
- Honors Thesis, Math 360
- Spring 2013
- Introductory Statistics, Math 101
- Abstract Algebra, Math 305
- Fall 2012
- Calculus I, Math 115
- Linear Algebra, Math 206
- Spring 2012
- Introductory Statistics, Math 101
- Linear Algebra, Math 206
- Fall 2011
- Calculus II, Math 116

* University of Notre Dame*

Beginning Logic, Math 10130, Spring 2010.

Calculus I,
Math 10550, Fall 2009.

Computable Model Theory (Graduate Topics in Logic), Spring 2009.

* University of Chicago*

Honors Calculus, Math 161, Math 162, Math 163, Academic Year 2007-2008.

SESAME Geometry (For In-Service Chicago Public School Teachers) Spring 07.

Studies in Mathematics: Geometry, Math 113 Winter 2007.

Studies in Mathematics: Number Theory, Math 112 Fall 2006.

Elementary Functions and Calculus, Academic Year 2004-2005.

### Teaching & Outreach Links

#### Wellesley College

Department Colloquia

Student Seminar

Math Help Room

Pforzheimer Learning and Teaching Center

Science Center Summer Research Program

Sophomore Early Research Program

#### Other links

*I've participated in or been involved with the following great programs. *

Graduate Women at MIT Mentoring Program

Carleton College Summer Math Program for Women

Project NExT

Canada/USA Mathcamp

Notre Dame Math Club

Notre Dame Kaneb Center

U of C Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) Student Chapter

University of Chicago Center for Teaching & Learning

SESAME Program

U of C Directed Reading Program (DRP)

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics

DIMACS/DIMATIA Mathematics REU

College of William and Mary Mathematics REU

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