Current Course: MATH 4022 Introduction to Graph Theory

Every aspect of my teaching is focused on the individual. My lessons are filled with student interaction and I incorporate discovery learning whenever possible. This semester, I am implementing a mastery-based grading system for exams. (Course Website.) In addition to learning the course material, I require that my students exercise their logic and reasoning skills as I encourage them to become life-long learners.

Since earning a bachelor's degree in adolescence education, I have accumulated 9 years of teaching experience at 3 different universities as the Instructor of Record for 11 distinct courses (and 23 sections) ranging from service courses (College Algebra) to major courses (Introduction to Graph Theory), ranging in size from 20 to 100 students. I have managed undergraduate and graduate graders and teaching assistants, in addition to serving as the mentor for graduate teaching assistants. Each new semester, I draw from my past experiences and explore new methodology to challenge each student, highlight applications, and build a solid foundation for my students' future career paths.

### Courses Taught at Georgia Institute of Technology

**Introduction to Graph Theory** (MATH 4022)
Fall 2017 Course Website

**Applied Combinatorics** (MATH 3012)
Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Spring 2017 Course Website

**Integral Calculus** (MATH 1552)
Fall 2016 Course Website

### Courses Taught at the University of South Carolina

**Discrete Structures** (MATH 374)
Spring 2014

**Vector Calculus** (MATH 241)
Summer 2011, Fall 2011, Summer 2013

**Calculus I** (MATH 141)
Fall 2012, Fall 2013

**Business Calculus** (MATH 122)
Spring 2013

**Precalculus** (MATH 115)
Fall 2012, Fall 2013

**Basic College Mathematics** (MATH 111)
Spring 2011

### Courses Taught at Virginia Commonwealth University

**Calculus I** (MATH 161)
Summer 2010

**Precalculus** (MATH 151)
Fall 2009 (two sections), Spring 2010 (two sections)

**Algebra with Applications** (MATH 141)
Fall 2008 (two sections), Spring 2009 (two sections)

### Private Tutor

**Discrete Mathematics** (MATH 574)

**Algebraic Structures I** (MATH 546)

**Linear Algebra** (MATH 544)

**Introduction to Proofs** (MATH 300)

**Vector Calculus** (MATH 241)

**Calculus II** (MATH 142)

**Calculus I** (MATH 141)