#### Stony Brook University

For the Spring 2013 semester, I will be the instructor for MAT 303, Calculus IV with Applications. My lectures will be Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 10:00 to 10:53 am, in Library W4550.

Past teaching assignments:

- Fall 2011: Instructor, MAT 122, Overview of Calculus, with Applications.
- Spring 2011: Instructor, MAT 125, Calculus A.

#### Stanford University

Past teaching assignments:

- Summer 2010: Teaching Fellow, Math 19, Calculus.
- Spring 2010: Course Assistant, Math 210C, Modern Algebra: Representation Theory.
- Course Assistant, Math 210C, Modern Algebra: Representation Theory, Spring 2010.
- Teaching Assistant, Math 51, Linear Algebra and Differential Calculus of Several Variables, Winter 2010, sections 3 and 11.
- Teaching Assistant, Math 51, Linear Algebra and Differential Calculus of Several Variables, Fall 2009, ACE section.
- Teaching Assistant, Math 51, Linear Algebra and Differential Calculus of Several Variables, Winter 2009, sections 15 and 23.
- Course Assistant, Math 115, Functions of a Real Variable, Autumn 2008

#### Harvey Mudd College

- Academic Excellence tutor for Core Math (Math 11-14, 55, 61-64), Spring 2003 to Spring 2005.
- Tutor and Head Grader, Math 131, Mathematical Analysis I, Spring 2005
- Tutor, Math 171, Abstract Algebra I, Fall 2004
- Tutor and Grader, Math 142, Differential Geometry, Fall 2003
- Tutor and Grader, Physics 51, Electromagnetic Theory, Fall 2002

#### Homework Materials

Professors Lisette de Pillis and Michael Orrison at HMC have developed a useful set of guidelines for good style on mathematics homework. Zajj Daugherty, Tim Carnes, and I used these guidelines as a starting point for a more detailed study-skills handout presented to frosh and sophomores at HMC in 2005.

I have also developed a LaTeX class to help those writing their homework in TeX to conform to these standards. It is available here, or from the HMC Math Department website here.

Last modified: 27 Jan 2013