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Teaching

Current Teaching:

Fall 2017: Intro to Modern Algebra (Math 412-3)

Past Teaching:

The University of Michigan

Winter 2016: Math 217 Linear Algebra
Fall 2015: Math 115 Calculus I

The University of Utah

Spring 2014: Math 2270 Linear Algebra
Fall 2013: Math 1070 Introduction to Statistical Inference
Summer 2013: Math 3160 Applied Complex Variables
Fall 2011: Math 1220 Calculus II
Summer 2011: Math 1070 Introduction to Statistical Inference
Spring 2011: Math 1010 Intermediate Algebra
Fall 2010: Math 1100 Quantitative Analysis

The Ohio State University

Winter 2010: Math 150 Elementary Functions
Autumn 2009: Math 150 Elementary Functions
Winter 2009: Math 150 Elementary Functions
Autumn 2008: Math 150 Elementary Functions

Teaching Statement


Department of Mathematics | University of Michigan | 2074 East Hall | 530 Church Street | Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043

\[\mathrm{Hom}_R(\mathrm{Ext}_R^{d-i}(M,\omega_R),E_R(R/\mathfrak{m}))\cong \mathrm{H}^i_{\mathfrak{m}}(M)\] "When obliged to clean birds, collectors will find it an advantage to use salt and water instead of plain water. The salt prevents the solution of the blood-globules and consequent diffusion of the red haemoglobin."
J. Jeffries, Science, 1883