I have taught college-level mathematics since 1997. Before joining TU, I taught as a graduate student at the University of South Carolina and as a postdoc at the University of Toronto and the University of Texas at Austin. At TU, I teach courses spanning the entire curriculum—from calculus and linear algebra, through various upper-level undergraduate mathematics courses, all the way up to graduate courses in our APIM Master’s program: see the listing of the courses I have taught in the past three years. I often type notes for the courses I teach, and some of those are decent enough that I think that others may find my lecture notes of some use.

Supervision of student research is a dimension of teaching that Towson University has promoted for years. Over the years, I have supervised several research projects—both by undergraduates and by Master’s students. Since September 2013, I have served as director of TU’s Applied Math Lab—which recruits teams of undergraduate students to work, under the direction of faculty members, on applied problems provided by external sponsors.