I am a fifth year PhD candidate in the UNL Mathematics department, advised by Professor Richard Rebarber and Brigitte Tenhumberg. My current research is in mathematical ecology and modeling, specifically in the theoretical aspects of integral projection models with density-dependent (nonlinear) components.

## Office Hours

Monday: | 9:30am - 10:30am |

Thursday: | 11:30am - 12:30pm, |

or by appointment in AVH-313. |

## Teaching Experience

- Number Theory and Cryptography (MATH-806T): Summer 2019.
- Differential Equations Recitation (MATH-208): Spring 2019.
- Geometry Matters (MATH-301): Fall 2018.
- College Algebra (MATH-101): Spring 2018, Fall 2017, Spring 2017, & Fall 2016.
- Trigonometry (MATH-102): Fall 2019 & Summer 2016.
- Calculus 1 Recitation (MATH-106): Spring 2016 & Fall 2015.

## Education

- PhD in Mathematics, 2021 (expected), University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
- MS in Mathematics, 2017, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
- BA in Mathematics, 2012, University of Colorado Boulder.

## Activities

I grew up in Colorado, and my favorite thing to do is spend time in the mountains. In the flatlands of Nebraska, I still like to hike, bike, and swim. Plus, I do the usual human activities of cooking, reading, talking about movies, and playing mediocre chess and really bad Go.I'm also constantly on the lookout for new music.