|Office:||3848 East Hall|
Department of Mathematics|
2074 East Hall
530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043
My research interests are in commutative algebra with a homological flavor. I'm especially interested in problems about the structure of local cohomology modules, and in the use of characteristic p > 0 techniques to attack those problems. Recently, I've been working on questions related to the support of local cohomology, with a particular focus on complete intersections.
I started at Michigan in September 2015. Before that, I completed a B.S. in Mathematics at New Mexico Tech.
|Summer 2019||M-Engin Math 3||Calc II Prep||Instructor|
|Spring 2019||Math 116||Calculus II||Co-coordinator and instructor|
|Fall 2018||Math 115||Calculus I||Instructor|
|Winter 2018||Math 116||Calculus II||Instructor|
|Fall 2017||Math 115||Calculus I||Instructor|
|Summer 2017||Math 105||Pre-Calculus||Coordinator and instructor|
|Winter 2017||Math 115||Calculus I||Instructor|
|Fall 2016||Math 115||Calculus I||Instructor|
|Winter 2016||Math 115||Calculus I||Instructor|
|Fall 2015||Math 115||Calculus I||Instructor|
I am a transgender woman, and I care deeply about issues related to LGBTQ+ inclusion and trans rights in the academy. I am currently involved in a number of projects working with the University to improve the state of healthcare for transgender students and employees. If you share my interest in healthcare equity for trans people, or if you would like to work more broadly on LBGTQ+ community-building in Mathematics, feel free to contact me - I would love to talk!
I am also co-organizer of the Student Commutative Algebra Seminar
Last Updated: July 2019.