Current Teaching: I am not teaching this semester.
Past Teaching Experience: I have taught the following undergraduate courses (as a primary instructor) at University of Michigan. All the courses were taught in the innovative Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) style.
Primary Instructor for Math 115 (or, Calculus I) for 5 semesters (Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Winter 2018, Fall 2017, Winter 2017)
Primary Instructor for Math 105 (or, Pre-calculus) for 1 semester (Fall 2016)
Mentoring: In Winter 2020, I worked as a graduate student mentor in the Laboratory of Geometry at the University of Michigan, or LOG(M).
Project: Entropy degeneration of ideal projective pants
Undergraduate researchers: Marianne DeBrito, Andrew Nguyen, Marisa O'Gara
Goal: Computation of entropy of a family of ideal projective triangle groups and generating numerical evidence for a conjecture about entropy degeneration to its lower bound 0.5. This is an extension of a result of Xin Nie for projective closed surfaces.
Results: See [gitlab] for the computational results.
The participating students are in the process of writing up their findings with the goal of a publication in an undergraduate math journal.