I grew up in Montana and attended Montana State University for an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. I went to U.C. Berkeley for graduate school and worked in the field of dynamical systems under the direction of Prof. Charles Pugh. I taught for two years at Marshall University before moving to the Boston area to teach at Stonehill.
- Ph.D., Mathematics, University of California Berkeley
- 2010 Louise F. Hegarty Award for Excellence in Teaching
- 2005 Nikki Kose Memorial Teaching Prize
- Invited to talk at the International Conference for Difference Equations and Applications, 2006, Kyoto, Japan
- I am interested in dynamical systems and topology. Currently I am studying topologies of hyperspaces of noncompact base spaces.
- Calculus I
- Calculus II
- Differential Equations and Dynamics
- Pre Calculus
- Real Analysis I
- Real Analysis II