## Current Courses

I am not teaching any courses at this time. Below, you can see a description of past activities.

## Work with EPGY

Since 2008, I have taught for Stanford's Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY). I have taught in a variety of programs, working with gifted students from a great variety of backgrounds.

### Summer Institutes - High School Program

In the 2011-2012 academic year, I worked with Rick Sommer to found two new courses for EPGY's Summer Institutes, one in cryptography, and the other in game theory and decision analysis. In the summer of 2012, I taught the cryptography course, focusing on public key cryptography in an intensive (2.5 hours of lecture per day) 3-week course. The course is the focal point of a summer camp, in which the students go to lecture in the morning and work on problem sets and projects in the afternoon.

### Summer Institutes - Middle School Program

In the summer of 2012, I taught an intensive (2.5 hours of lecture per week for 2 weeks) mathematics course for middle school students. We touched on a wide array of topics, including combinatorics and combinatorial topology, game theory, probability, and cryptography. This had a similar format as the high school class discussed above.

### Stanford University Mathematics Camp

In the summers of 2008 and 2009, I served as a live-in counselor at the Stanford University Mathematics Camps (SUMaC). I served as an assistant for a four-week course in topology, guiding students through daily problem sets. I also led groups of students in individual research projects, focusing on combinatorial applications of the Borsuk-Ulam theorem.

## Teaching Assistantships

Below is a list of courses I have been involved in and a brief description of my duties.

Math 51 (Stanford) - Linear Algebra/Multivariable Calculus, under professor Brian White, Winter 2012. I led two sections twice a week and held office hours.

Math 51 (Stanford) - Linear Algebra/Multivariable Calculus, under professor Craig Cowan, Winter 2011. Same duties as above.

Math 35 (Brown) - Honors Multivariable Calculus, under professor Brian Cole, Fall 2007. I led one section once a week and graded.

Math 141 (Brown) Combinatorial topology, under Professor Thomas Banchoff, Spring 2007. I helped run online coursework and graded homework.

Math 20 (Brown) Multivariable Calculus for Physicists and Engineers, under Professor Brian Cole, Fall 2006. I led one section once a week and graded.

Math 20 (Brown) Multivariable Calculus for Physicists and Engineers, under Professor Georgios Daskalopoulos, Spring 2006. Same duties as above.

Math 19 (Brown) Advanced Placement Calculus, under graduate student Ben Hutz, Fall 2005. Same duties as Math 20.