In the fall 2023 I will be teaching math 1234, an academically based community service (ABCS) class offered in partnership with the Netter Center and Paul Robeson High School in West Philadelphia. You can read about a previous instantiation of this class in Penn Today.

### Past teaching

#### With the Prison Teaching Initiative at Princeton:

Spring 2023: Math in the Courtroom at South Woods Prison (elective for the B.A. degree)Spring 2022: Math 015, Basic Mathematics at South Woods Prison

Fall 2021: Math 020, College Mathematics at Garden State Correctional Facility

The Penn collaboration with the Prison Teaching Initiative is supported by a Klein Family Social Justice grant through the School of Arts and Sciences.

*Math in the Courtroom* is a class we have designed as a first math elective for the B.A. degree in criminal justice offered inside NJ prisons and accredited by Rutgers University. This class was featured in OMNIA magazine, Changing the Equation for the Incarcerated, pages 46-47.

#### At the University of Pennsylvania:

Spring 2023: Math 1300, Introduction to CalculusSpring 2023: Math 619, Graduate Algebraic Topology III (Homotopy Theory)

Spring 2022: Math 520, Selections from Algebra: Representatios of Finite Groups

Fall 2021: Math 500, Topology

Fall 2021: Math 123, academically based community service (ABCS) class

Spring 2021: Math 619, Graduate Algebraic Topology III (Homotopy Theory)

Fall 2020: Math 123, academically based community service (ABCS) class

Spring 2020: Math 730, Graduate Topics Course (Kan Seminar on Algebraic K theory)

Fall 2019: Math 410, Complex Analysis

Spring 2019: Math 619, Graduate Algebraic Topology III (Homotopy Theory)

Spring 2019: Math 370, Algebra

The math 123 class that I taught in the fall '20 and fall '21 semesters, an academically based community service class (ABCS) class offered in partnership with the Netter Center, was featured in a great article in Penn Today.

Together with Jonathan Block and Herman Gluck, in the summer of 2020 and in the summer of 2021, we organized an online bridge workshop in algebraic topology aimed to prepare students for the 618-619 graduate sequence, which was geared toward beginning graduate students, undergraduates with some background in topology, and anyone else with an interest in topology.

#### At Johns Hopkins:

Spring 2018: Math 106, Calculus I for biologyFall 2017: Math 727, Topics in Algebraic Topology

Fall 2017: Math 615, Graduate Algebraic Topology I

Spring 2017: Math 422, Representation Theory

Spring 2017: Math 616, Graduate Algebraic Topology II

Spring 2016: Math 422, Representation Theory

Spring 2016: Math 401, Advanced Algebra I

Fall 2015: Math 328, Non-Euclidean geometry inquiry based learning (IBL) style

Fall 2015: Math 401, Advanced Algebra I

Spring 2015: Math 107, Calculus II for biology

Fall 2014: Math 328, Non-Euclidean Geometry, inquiry based learning (IBL) style

#### At the University of Chicago:

*As an instructor:*

Winter 2014: Math 176, Geometry IBL, co-taught with John Boller

Spring 2013: Math 112, Studies in Mathematics

Winter 2012: Math 153, Calculus III

Fall 2012: Math 152, Calculus II

Spring 2012: Math 112, Studies in mathematics

Winter 2012: Math 106, Precalculus II

Fall 2011: Math 105, Precalculus I

*As a college fellow: *

Spring 2011: Math 256, Basic Algebra III (mentor: Liang Xiao)

Winter 2011: Math 255, Basic Algebra II (mentor: Rina Anno)

Fall 2010: Math 254, Basic Algebra I (mentor: David Constantine)

*Directed Reading Program:*I was a committee member and mentor for the Directed Reading Program (DRP). I had the pleasure of supervising the following students (undergraduates back then):

Jay Shah

Elden Elmanto

Bill Zhou I supervised the following projects:

Fall 2013: Bill Zhou, Algebra and basic algebraic topology

Spring 2013: Elden Elmanto, Chromatic homotopy theory

Winter 2012: Elden Elmanto, Algebraic K-theory

Fall 2012: Elden Elmanto, Atiyah-Segal completion theorem

Spring 2012: Elden Elmanto, Cohomology operations

Winter 2012: Elden Elmanto, Advanced algebraic topology

Fall 2011: Elden Elmanto, Model categories

Spring 2011: Jay Shah, Model categories

At Bard College, I worked as a math tutor for the Bard Academic Resources Center.