About Me

I am currently loving my  job as visiting assistant professor in the mathematics department at Lafayette College!

In May 2013 I received my Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Virginia. I spent my graduate career teaching numerous calculus classes and researching algebraic topology. My thesis research specifically examined equivariant stable homotopy theory.

I wrote my disseration under the guidance of Mike Hill. It details a computable equivariant symmetric monoidal structure on the category of Mackey functors under which Tambara functors are the equivariant commutative monoids.

Prior to UVA I was an undergraduate at Lafayette (2004-2008), and I grew up outside of Syracuse, NY.

My CV can be found here, or if you prefer, my resume can be found here.