Small groups, individualized attention, student presentations, and silly puns are common place in my classes. Read over my teaching philosophy to see what I mean.


I have loved teaching since being a Math Tutor at James Madison University. I have helped students ranging from 3rd grade to parents returning to finish college learn that mathematics doesn't need to be scary. While in graduate school at Wake Forest University, I learned to work with larger groups of students as a Teaching Assistant and to encourage them to help each other.  At Bryn Mawr College, I worked with smaller groups and there had the rare opportunity to participate in the Perspectives in Mathematics Pedagogy course. I completed the requirements for the Dean’s Certificate in Pedagogy and was honored with the Doris Sill Carland Prize for Excellence in Teaching for my work.

Since Bryn Mawr College, I’ve taught at Pennsylvania State University Abington, at Smith College, and now Lebanon Valley College. I continually work to create an inclusive classroom with the faculty in my department and with guidance that I gained from the Sherrered Center for Teaching & Learning and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Below are listed the courses that I have taught and my teaching experience.


Teaching Experience 

Visiting Assistant Professor, Lebanon Valley College (LVC) 

Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.
— Albert Einstein
  • Abstract Algebra, upcoming Spring 2019

  • Calculus I (sections 1 & 2), Fall 2016 & Spring 2018

  • Cryptography, Fall 2017,

  • Elementary Statistics (2 sections), Fall 2017- Present

  • Hybrid Online Elementary Statistics, Summer 2017

  • Linear Algebra, Fall 2016, Fall 2017, & Fall 2018

  • Pre-Calculus, Fall 2018

Visiting Assistant Professor, Smith College (SC)

  • Topics in Advanced Mathematics: Diophantine Equations, Spring 2016

  • Calculus I (Section 2) & Calculus II (Section 2), Spring 2016

  • Calculus I (Section 1, 2, & 4), Fall 2015

Lecturer, Pennsylvania State University Abington

  • Calculus II (Sections 612, 621, & 622), Summer 2015


Educational Certification & Training

Certification, Bryn Mawr College (BMC)

  • Dean’s Certificate in Pedagogy, Spring 2006

Educational Training

  • CETL Junior Faculty Learning Community, LVC, Fall 2016

  • Sherrerd Center Workshops for New Faculty, SC, Fall 2015 & Spring 2016

  • Perspectives in Math Pedagogy, BMC, Fall 2005


Teaching Assistant, BMC

  • Abstract Algebra II, Spring 2009 & Spring 2011

  • Algebraic Number Theory, Spring 2008

  • Abstract Algebra I, Fall 2006 & Fall 2008

  • Real Analysis I, Fall 2007

  • Elementary Number Theory, Spring 2007

  • Transitions to Higher Mathematics, Spring 2006

  • Multivariable Calculus, Fall 2005


Teaching Assistant, Wake Forest Univ. (WFU), Fall 2003–Fall 2004

Tutor, Science and Math Learning Center, James Madison Univ., Fall 2001

Things to come:

  • Syllabi for several courses

  • Ideas and tips I've learned along the way

  • Fun activities to do in class