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This semester (Spring 2019), I am the grader for MATH 2057 (Multidimensional Calculus; Section 4), and  MATH 3003 (Functions and Models).

This coming summer (Summer 2019), I will return as an instructor to the Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth Program. I will teach Introduction to Logic at their Bristol, RI site (Roger Williams University) from June 20 to July 13. I will also teach Logic: Principles of Reasoning at their Saratoga Springs, NY site (Skidmore College) from July 20 to August 10. Both of these are Humanities courses offered to gifted middle-school students.

During Fall 2018, I taught Sections 19, 20, and 24 of College Algebra (MATH 1021). The course is administered through Moodle.

During Summer 2018 (from June 21 to August 4), I was the instructor for Mathematical Logic at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. This course was taken by gifted middle-school students, who were selected through the Center for Talented Youth Program.


For a list of past TA/teaching activities, see my CV.


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