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Teaching
Experience
 Research Assistant Professor (Fall 2009 
present): Department of Mathematics, University
of NebraskaLincoln.
 Currently teaching: Matrix Theory
(Applied Linear Algebra)
 Past Courses:
 Math
in the City (an interdisciplinary
course involving a handson learning
experience using mathematical modeling to
understand realworld problems)
 Math 918 (Advanced Topics in Commutative
Algebra)
 Math
221 (Differential Equations)
 Math
208 (Vector Calculus)
 Math
104 (Calculus  1).
 Lecturer (Summer 2009)/Graduate Teaching
Asstistant (Fall 2002  Spring 2008): Department
of Mathematics, University of Kansas.
 Courses taught at the University of Kansas:
 Coordinated
Courses: Math 115 (Applied Calculus
 I), Math 122 (Calculus  II for
Engineers).
 Discussion
Section: Math 123 (Vector Calculus
and Linear Algebra).
 Independent
Section: Math 116 (Applied Calculus
 II), Math 223 (Vector Calculus).
 Other experience:
 Undergraduate Student Advising: Kamara Wright (201112).
 Have been the instructor for a Reading
Course in Topics
in Commutative Algebra for 3rd and
4th year PhD students in Spring 2010, Fall
2010 and Summer 2011.
 Gave a series of talks on Topics in
Commutative Algebra: Linkage from
September 2008 to March 2009 at KU.
 Conducted help sessions for a graduate
course in Linear
Algebra in Fall 2008 at KU.
 Awards:
 Was a finalist for the Florence Black
Teaching Award for GTAs in the
mathematics department at KU for four
consecutive years, 20052008.
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