As a teacher I have two goals: to help my students develop specific mathematical knowledge, and to help them become clear and effective writers and thinkers. Math is a language as well as a body of facts, and the ability to make convincing and easily-understood arguments is more important than any specific theorem or technique I might cover in class. If you’d like more information about my thoughts on teaching, you can read my teaching statement or just look at some of the material below from classes I’ve taught.

### Current Teaching:

I am currently (Spring 2021) teaching section 11 of Math 1232: Single-Variable Calculus II, and section 10 of Math 4981: Cryptography.

### Office Hours:

My office hours are Tuesday and Wednesday 3-4, and Thursday 2-3.

### Past Teaching

#### At The George Washington University

- Single-Variable Calculus I, Fall 2020
- Single-Variable Calculus II, Spring 2021
- Linear Algebra I, Fall 2020
- Cryptography, Spring 2021

#### At Occidental College

- Experienced Calculus I, Spring 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and Fall 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
- Calculus I, Spring 2016
- Advanced Calculus II, Fall 2015
- Calculus II, Spring 2015
- Linear Algebra, Spring 2017, 2019, 2020
- Multivariable Calculus, Spring 2018, 2020
- Number Theory, Fall 2016, 2017, 2019
- Real Analysis, Fall 2018
- Special Topics in Advanced Mathematics: Real Analysis II, Spring 2020
- Junior Colloquium Spring 2017, 2018, 2019
- Senior Colloquium (Cryptology), Fall 2017, 2018, 2019

#### At the California Institute of Technology

- Taught Sequences and Series, Winter 2014
- Head TA for Calculus of Several Variables, Practical Track, Spring 2011 and 2014
- TA for "Freshman Mathematics", Fall 2013
- Head TA for Linear Algebra, Analytical Track, Winter 2011
- TA for Calculus of One Variable, Fall 2010