__Notes and Announcements__

My office hours for the Fall 2017 semester are as follows:

- Mondays, 1:20–2:20 p.m.
- Wednesdays, 9:00–10:00 a.m.
- Fridays, 1:20–2:20 p.m.

Here is the current version of my Statement of Teaching Philosophy.

Here are some lecture notes from the last time that I taught abstract algebra. I am still hoping to further update them someday, but this is the most recent version.

__Awards__

In April 2017, I was honored to receive the inaugural Faculty Teaching Award from the UT Tyler
Mathematics Department.

In November 2013, I was the recipient of the Kenneth P. Bogart Teaching Award, which is
given out annually by the Dartmouth Mathematics Department. It is given to the graduate
student entering their final year who best exemplifies outstanding dedication to and
excellence in advancing the educational mission of the department.

In April 2012, I was recognized by the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning
(DCAL) as an "Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher from an Undergraduate Perspective" for
my work in Math 1 (Calculus with Algebra).

__Courses Taught__

**UT Tyler.**

Starting with the Fall 2017 semester, all course documents can be found on
Canvas.
Previous courses were hosted on Blackboard, which is no longer active at UT Tyler.

- Math 2413 – Calculus I
- Hnrs 2413 – Honors Calculus I

- Math 2414 – Calculus II
- Math 5343 – Topics in Real Analysis

- Math 2413 – Calculus I
- Math 4160/1 – Senior Seminar I/II
- Math 5341 – Real Analysis

- Math 2413 – Calculus I
- Math 4342 – Introduction to Complex Variables

- Math 3305 – Ordinary Differential Equations
- Math 3345 – Analysis I

- Math 2414 – Calculus II

- Math 2312 – Precalculus
- Math 2414 – Calculus II

- Math 2413 – Calculus I
- Math 3305 – Ordinary Differential Equations

- Math 3202 – Matrix Methods in Science and Engineering

**Dartmouth College.**

This is an introductory course in abstract algebra. It generally covers basic group theory
and some ring and field theory. Dartmouth students often encounter proofs for the first time
here.

- Course webpage: http://www.math.dartmouth.edu/~m31x13

- Course webpage: http://www.math.dartmouth.edu/~m31x12

This course provides an introduction to calculus for freshmen who may lack a solid background in algebra and trigonometry. It covers some concepts from precalculus (namely exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions), limits, continuity, and differential calculus. Integral calculus is covered the following term in Math 2. I co-taught this class with Seth Harris, so many of the course materials are joint work.

- Course webpage: http://www.math.dartmouth.edu/~m1f11