Self-directed, enthusiastic math educator with a passionate commitment to student development and the learning experience. Skilled in the instructional design of challenging and innovative activities that address students' diverse interests and needs. Possess outstanding communication skills and present information for multiple modalities, emphasizing the relevance of class material, and how it correlates to the world beyond the classroom. Active team member who effectively collaborates with all staff levels establishes quality and enriching relationships with students. Eager to apply analytical and problem-solving skills developed during undergraduate studies to help improve the quality of life of individuals and solve problems in society.
Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Calculus 3
Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement ProgramSummer 2019
Augsburg University - McNair, Minneapolis, MN
Mentor: Matthew Haines, Ph.D.
● Participated in an intensive 10-week McNair summer research project that explored and studied Professor Sugihara's mathematical approach to design and classification of three-dimensional (3D) optical illusions.
● Derived a project which included a brief literature review and synthesis of the concepts required for an initial understanding of how mathematics connects to visual illusion, including organizing material with an eye on content appropriate for an undergraduate upper-level mathematics course.
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