I was hired at Yale as a Gibbs Assistant Professor of Mathematics in fall 2017. My research interests are in discrete math and theoretical computer science with a particular focus on probabilistic and extremal combinatorics. This semester (fall 2020), I am teaching math 230 (linear algebra, multivariate calculus, and analysis I), and all course material is available through canvas. I also run the Putnam seminar, which meets every Tuesday from 7pm to 8:30pm (ET). All are warmly welcome to attend to learn more about math, hang out with cool people, and have fun!
This semester, I’m also excited to be partnering with our student math groups to run Pat’s Cats Power Hour!, which is a just-for-funzies mathy-social gathering meeting weekly on Fridays. Cats, friends, and games will all be there. See YUMS emails for session links [you can sign up for YUMS emails here].
- Yale Center for Teaching and Learning
- Faculty Teaching Academy (2018) and an invited talk about technology in my classroom
- MAA Project NExT 2017 cohort
- Rutgers University (2011-2017) – PhD in combinatorics under Jeff Kahn
- University of Delaware (2008-2010) – BSc and MSc in mathematical sciences