University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Office: 314 Avery Hall
jpollitz2 [at] unl.edu
I am a graduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I am going to start my fifth year in the Fall. My research interests are primarily in the homological aspects of commutative algebra. My advisors are Lucho Avramov and Mark Walker. You can find my CV here.
Publications, Preprints and Notes
Here is a list of my papers and preprints:
- "Koszul Support Varieties" (in preparation).
CARS and KUMUNUjr
I have been co-organizing, with Nicholas Packauskas, the commutative algebra reading seminar at UNL (CARS) since 2016.
I helped (and will help) co-organize KUMUNUjr 2017 and 2018.
At UNL, I have been an instructor of record for the following classes. The number of asterisks (*) indicate the number of sections of this course I have taught.
Additionally, I was a recitation TA for math 106 calculus 1.
- Math 802P: Number, Geometry and Algebraic Thinking II for K-3 Math Specialists (course for in-service K-3 teachers).*
- Math 302: Math Modeling (course for pre-service K-5 teachers).*
- Math 300: Mathematics Matters (course for pre-service K-5 teachers).*
- Math 208: Calculus III
- Math 203: Contemporary Mathematics.**
- Math 104: Applied Calculus.**
- Math 101: College Algebra.***
I have also been involved with some curriculum development at UNL.
- I wrote WeBWork code for math 106 and 107. I wrote 80 problems for these courses that are used as online homework for the students.
- I helped developed worksheets used by the math department at UNL for math 104 during group work.
Here are some websites that I frequent: