Teaching Experience

Effective mathematics education actively engages every learner to develop robust problemsolving frameworks through logical and quantitative lenses. As an educator, I have agency over how effectively my students experience mathematics. My principle roles in delivering a positive mathematics experience are 1) to welcome students to the mathematics community, 2) to diagnose and remedy student learning, and 3) to motivate mathematics exploration beyond the classroom.
Yale University:
Instructor Math 325: Intro to Functional Analysis (Spring
2021)
 Math 320: Measure Theory and Integration (Fall
2020)
 Math 115: Calculus of Functions of a Single Variable II (Fall
2020)
 Math 222: Linear Algebra with Applications (Spring 2020)
 Math 115: Calculus of Functions of a Single Variable II (Fall 2019)
 Math 222: Linear Algebra with Applications (Spring 2019)
 Math 112: Calculus of Functions of a Single Variable I (Fall 2018)
Rice University:
Instructor Math 102: Single Variable Calculus II (Spring 2016)
Teaching Assistant
 Math 102: Single Variable Calculus II, (Fall 2013)
 Math 211: Ordinary Differential Equations, (Spring 2014)
 Math 300: Fractal Geometry, (Fall 2014)
 Math 302: Elements of Analysis, (Spring 2015)
 Math 523: Functional Analysis, (Fall 2015, Fall 2017)
 Math 355: Linear Algebra, (Fall 2016)
University of Minnesota
Teaching Assistant Math 1031: College Algebra and Probability, (Fall 2012, Spring 2013)