## Current Teaching

In Spring 2018, I'm teaching Mathematical Probability and Statistics 2 (MATH 138), a special topics course in Mathematical Logic (MATH 198L), and Applications of Probability to Actuarial Problems (MATH 103). The Blackboard sites are live!## Teaching Experience

Some of my syllabi are linked below. Other materials, including a teaching portfolio, are available upon request.**Hofstra University**- Elementary Mathematical Statistics (MATH 008), Fall 2014 (syllabus)
- Mathematical Excursions (MATH 030A), Fall 2014 (syllabus)
- Elementary Set Theory, Logic, and Probability (MATH 045), Spring 2015, Spring 2016, and Fall 2017 (syllabus)
- Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (MATH 071), Spring 2017 (syllabus)
- Applications of Probability to Actuarial Problems (MATH 103), Spring 2016 and Spring 2017 (syllabus)
- Introduction to Higher Mathematics (MATH 114), Spring 2015 (syllabus)
- Linear Algebra (MATH 135A), Fall 2014 (syllabus)
- Mathematical Probability and Statistics 1 (MATH 137), Fall 2015, 2016, and 2017 (syllabus, Fall 2015 haikus, Fall 2016 haikus, and Fall 2017 haikus)
- Mathematical Probability and Statistics 2 (MATH 138), Spring 2016 and Spring 2017 (syllabus, Spring 2016 haikus, and Spring 2017 haikus)
- History of Mathematics (MATH 155), Spring 2017 (syllabus)
- Advanced Calculus (MATH 171), Fall 2016 (syllabus and haikus)

**University of Connecticut**- History of Mathematics (Math 2720), Fall 2013
- Honors Calculus I (Math 1151), Fall 2013
- Honors Multivariable Calculus (Math 2130), Fall 2011
- Applied Linear Algebra (Math 2210), Fall 2011
- Elementary Differential Equations (Math 2410), Fall 2012
- Transition to Advanced Mathematics (Math 2710), Spring 2012 , Fall 2012, and Spring 2014
- Probability (Math 3160), Spring 2012, Spring 2013, and Spring 2014
- Topics in Mathematical Logic (Math 5026), Spring 2013 (description)

**Dartmouth College**- Introduction to Calculus (Math 3), Fall 2010
- Calculus of Vector-valued Functions (Math 13), Winter 2011 (2 sections) (website)
- Discrete Probability (Math 20), Spring 2011 (website)

**University of Waterloo**- Algebra for Honors Mathematics, Winter 2010

**National University of Singapore**- Combinatorial Analysis, Spring 2009 (syllabus)
- Set Theory, Fall 2007 and Fall 2008 (syllabus)
- Discrete Structures (School of Computing), Spring 2008 (Tutorial responsibilities)
- Reverse Mathematics, Fall 2008 (Short course for graduate students)
- Topics in Undergraduate Mathematics, Spring 2009 (Independent study in logic)

**University of California, Berkeley (Graduate Student Instructor)**- Analytic Geometry and Calculus, Fall 2006
- Introduction to Logic (Department of Philosophy), Spring and Fall 2005

**University of California, Berkeley (Reader)**- Mathematical Logic, Spring and Fall 2003

**Carnegie Mellon University (Teaching Assistant)**- Calculus for Humanities Students, Fall 1998
- Differential Calculus and Integral Calculus, Spring 1999 and Spring 2001
- Concepts of Mathematics, Fall 1999, Spring 2000, and Fall 2000

**National University of Singapore (Advanced Student Mentor, 2006 Summer School in Logic)**- Discussion section in set theory and recursion theory for first- and second-year graduate students.

**Johns Hopkins University (Instructor, Center for Talented Youth),**- Cryptology, Summer 2004 and Summer 2005
- Mathematical Reasoning, Summer 2001

**Teaching workshops attended at UConn**

W Teaching Orientation (a workshop on teaching writing courses)Promoting Student Engagement in the Classroom

Using Informal Writing in Small and Large Classes

**Teaching workshops attended at Dartmouth**

Teaching Science Seminar: Science and Writing: A DialogueOrientation to Teaching at Dartmouth

**Teaching workshops attended at NUS**

Ideas on Assessing and Improving Presentations
Teaching a Large Class and (gasp!) Loving It

**Teaching workshops and conferences attended at Berkeley**

Teaching Conference (required for all new TAs at Berkeley)
GSI Professional Standards and Ethics Online Course (required for all new TAs at Berkeley)

Teaching a Large Lecture Course

Syllabus and Course Design