I received an M.A. in Mathematics from UNL in 2019 and a B.A. from Colorado College in 2016. A copy of my CV is here.

I have also participated in speaking and support roles for the Great Plains Alliance, a program which sends UNL grad students to give talks at nearby institutions.

- Spectral theory of finite Markov chains (UNL STAARS Seminar, Spring 2020)
- The Differential Equations Method, 1 & 2 (UNL STAARS Seminar, Spring 2020)
- Encoding arguments (UNL Discrete Seminar, Fall 2019)
- An introduction to determinantal point processes (UNL STAARS Seminar, Fall 2019)
- Card shuffling and Markov chains (UNL Discrete Seminar, Spring 2019)
- The mathematics of gerrymandering (Great Plains Alliance talk, Drake University, Fall 2018)
- Sampling and graph problems in redistricting (UNL Discrete Seminar, Fall 2018)

- MATH 435 - Math in the City (TA, Fall 2019 & Spring 2020)
- MATH 106 - Calculus I (TA, Fall 2020)
- MATH 101 - College Algebra (Instructor, Fall 2018 & Spring 2019)
- MATH 107 - Calculus II (TA, Fall 2017 & Spring 2018)

__Homology and Data__(Undergraduate thesis)

A primer on persistent homology.