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Academic History

Sam Houston State University

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Fall 2021 to present

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Temporary Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics

Fall 2018 to Spring 2021


Ph.D. in Mathematics May 2018

The Graduate Center, The City University of New York

Dissertation Advisor: Joel David Hamkins

Dissertation: The Structure of Models of Second-order Set Theories

B.S. in Mathematics, Dec 2012

Boise State University (High Honors)

Minor in Computer Science


Teaching and Educational Experience

  • (2021–present) Sam Houston State University. Visiting Assistant Professor. I taught undergraduate classes at a variety of levels.

  • (2018–2021) University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Temporary Assistant Professor. As part of my duties I taught classes ranging from freshman calculus to graduate-level.

  • (2017–2018) Bronx Community College, CUNY. Quantitative reasoning fellow. In this interdisciplinary program I partnered with non-mathematics faculty to promote the teaching of quantitative reasoning and the use of mathematics across the curriculum.

  • (2013–2017) Brooklyn College, CUNY. Graduate teaching fellow and lecturer. I was instructor of record for my classes, mainly calculus and precalculus. My final year at Brooklyn College I taught classes in their Brooklyn College Academy program, an early college program where high school juniors and seniors take college classes for credit.

Conference Talks

Seminar Talks

Technical Experience

  • Winter to Summer 2013, I was a software engineer at Clearwater Analytics, LLC in Boise, Idaho.

  • Technical Skills: LaTeX, Linux, Java, Python, SQL.