This page is meant primarily as a resource for students taking a class with me as the instructor. The student resources include textbooks, short expositions on topics in my courses, and other resources that may help students better understand the material.
I started as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Universitetet i Bergen in Fall 2021.
I was employed as a Graduate Employee and Teaching Assistant at the University of Connecticut from Fall 2016 through Spring 2021.
I was employed as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Hartford from Fall 2017 through Fall 2020.
|Semester||Year||School||Course Code||Course Name|
|Spring||2022||UiB||MAT331 (Topics in Analysis)||Stochastic Differential Equations (co-taught with Adrien A. Laurent)|
|Spring||2021||UConn||MATH 2410||Differential Equations|
|Fall||2020||UConn||MATH 2210||Linear Algebra|
|Summer||2020||UConn||MATH 2210||Linear Algebra (TA, online)|
|Spring||2020||UConn||MATH 2410||Differential Equations|
|Summer||2019||UConn||MATH 2210||Linear Algebra (TA, online)|
|Spring||2019||UConn||MATH 2410||Differential Equations|
|Spring||2018||UConn||MATH 2410||Differential Equations|
|Fall||2017||UConn||MATH 2110D||Multivariable Calculus (TA)|
|Spring||2017||UConn||MATH 1132D||Calculus 2 (TA)|
|Fall||2016||UConn||MATH 1131D||Calculus 1 (TA)|
|Spring||2016||UHart||M145||Calculus 2 (Co-op Ed)|
- Overview of Multivariable Calculus
- Green’s and Stokes’ Theorems: Multivariable extensions of the Fundamental Theorem
- Textbook: Differential Equations by R. Decker and B. Albright