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I am interested in
teaching
computational and statistical methods to students with broader
scientific interests.

At the University of Washington, I twice taught a course in integral calculus, with an emphasis on applications in the biological and social sciences. The challenge as an instructor was to teach a course that was meaningful for students who were more interested in learning how to apply math, than doing math for its own sake. (Sample syllabus is here.) I have also assisted several professors in the College of the Environment in statistical and mathematical courses with a similar applied emphasis.

As an undergraduate student, I tutored in the math and physics departments for two years at Moravian College. Upon graduation, I taught high school courses in math and physics, and Advanced Placement Statistics at Trinity Collegiate School (now Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School).

I am also interested in supervising graduate students with research interests in computational epidemiology, network science, and mathematical biology.

At the University of Washington, I twice taught a course in integral calculus, with an emphasis on applications in the biological and social sciences. The challenge as an instructor was to teach a course that was meaningful for students who were more interested in learning how to apply math, than doing math for its own sake. (Sample syllabus is here.) I have also assisted several professors in the College of the Environment in statistical and mathematical courses with a similar applied emphasis.

As an undergraduate student, I tutored in the math and physics departments for two years at Moravian College. Upon graduation, I taught high school courses in math and physics, and Advanced Placement Statistics at Trinity Collegiate School (now Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School).

I am also interested in supervising graduate students with research interests in computational epidemiology, network science, and mathematical biology.