- Congratulations to my advisor, George Lusztig, for winning the Wolf Prize in Mathematics!
- My recent paper with Martha Precup is dedicated to Lusztig. I spoke about the paper in the spring at the University of Buffalo (online), Brandeis (as part of the Brandeis-Harvard-MIT-Northeastern Colloquium Series), and the MIT Lie Groups Seminar.
- In Fall 2022, I will be teaching Math 397C, Mathematical Computing with Python. This is a new course where students use computation to explore topics in pure and applied mathematics, such as group theory via the 2x2x2 Rubik's cube or percolation theory.
- I am the organizer for the Math 131 placement exam: Information is here.

Professor |

Department of Mathematics & Statistics |

University of Massachusetts |

Lederle Graduate Research Tower |

Amherst, MA 01003 |