I am working as a lecturer this year in the Math Department at the Ohio State University, primarily teaching for the Actuarial Science Program. I finished my Ph.D. at the University of Florida in April 2005 under the direction of Miklos Bona. A copy of my dissertation is available below.
The best way to contact me is generally via email to email@example.com. If you are on a public computer or wish to send me an anonymous message, you can use this email generator which was provided for me by the department. I believe you are required to fill in a name and email address, but it doesn't check to see if either is real.
In Summer 2012, I taught a high-speed, high-intensity prototype of Math 4530, the semester version of the intro probability course.
In Spring 2012, I taught both sections of the Exam P Course and a section of business calc.
In Summer 2011, I taught a single section of Probability.
In Winter 2011, I taught two sections of precalc in the mornings. If you are looking for my lecture notes for that class, you can find them here.
In Fall 2010, I taught three sections of Probability (530).
In Spring 2010, I taught a section of Probability (530) along with two sections of the Exam P Prep course for actuarial science majors (532).
In Winter 2010, I taught a section of precalc, along with a section of Discrete Math (366).
In Fall 2009, I taught two sections of Probability (530).
In Spring 2009, I taught 532, the exam P prep course for actuarial students, along with a section of 150.
In Winter 2009, I taught two large lectures of Calc 2 (152).
In Spring 2008, I taught three sections of 254.