I enjoy teaching all math, but I especially love being able to share the beauty of mathematics with students in proof based courses. At the University of Delaware, I have been a teaching assistant for:

- Math 221 (Calculus I),
- Math 241 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus A),
- Math 242 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus 2).

I have also had the opportunity to teach as an instructor for several courses. At the University of Delaware, I have taught:

- Math 221 (Calculus I) — Winter 2020 (in person)
- Math 221 (Calculus I) — Summer II 2021 (virtual)
- Math 210 (Discrete Mathematics) — Fall 2021 (in person)
- Math 349 (Elementary Linear Algebra) — Spring 2022 (in person)
- Math 349 (Elementary Linear Algebra) — Fall 2022 (in person)

For my teaching during the 2022, I received the Baxter-Sloyer Teaching award for excellence in teaching, a department wide award for rising graduate students. The award was based on student evaluations, course evaluations from faculty, and in part based on the prepared course materials.

## Lecture Notes

To see my extensive notes for Math 210, click here.

To see my notes current notes for Math 349, click here.