Teaching
Current Courses:
 Math 104 (Business Calculus)  My particular section consists of William H. Thompson Scholars, who make up a small learning community of first generation college students. This means there are only around 20 students in the course and therefore class periods are much more interactive than a standard college Calculus class.
Past Courses Taught:

Courses taught as principal lecturer:

Math 100A (Intermediate Algebra)
Math 101 (College Algebra)
Math 203 (Contemporary Mathematics)
Math 106 (Calculus I)
Math 300 (Math Matters) – This is a class for elementary education majors (specifically K3) that is paired with TEAC316D, a course in pedagogy through the department of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education.

Math 104 (Business Calculus) (recitations were optional for the students)
Math 106 (Calculus I) (recitations were required quizzes and tests were assigned/graded)
 I served as a sort of teaching assistant for Math 807T (Understanding Mathematics to Understand our World), a course required for the Math in the Middle program at UNL.
Other Teaching Experiences:

IMMERSE at University of NebraskaLincoln
 For the summer 2010 transition program for students entering graduate school, I served as a graduate student mentor for the participants in the algebra session of the program, giving seminars on LaTeX, teaching specific topics in algebra, and providing overall guidance with homework. I created a webpage for IMMERSE, available here.
 During Fall 2009, I ran (and designed) a workshop for graduate students planning to take the analysis
qualifying exam that January. We met once a week, covering a different topic each time. I focused the
course on problem solving techniques: identifying problem type, solving those problem types, etc.
 For the 20082009 academic year, I served as a "Resident Mathematician" for Lincoln Public Schools as part of Project Fulcrum, a NSF GK12 program in the physics department at UNL. I worked with several grade school teachers in Lincoln, preparing and presenting more scientific projects for students.
 For the summer 2006 REU, I served as a graduate student mentor for the undergraduates participating in the abstract algebra portion of the REU, aiding in and facilitating the undergraduate research portion of the program.