I am an associate professor with the Department of Mathematics at the University of Rhode Island. As a mathematician, my research lies principally in graph theory, the mathematical analysis of networks. A major theme of my research is how simple local rules can have big impacts on the global structure of networks. I love teaching, too, and this spring semester I am offering courses in the history of mathematics, number theory, and combinatorics, in addition to supervising a few students' graduate work. In the past I have also enjoyed interacting with students outside the classroom, both on individual research projects on a variety of topics and through outreach programs for high school and middle school students, including math circles and summer camps.
On these pages you can find out a bit more about me, my research, and resources for my students. Want to contact me? I'd love to hear from you--please use the information below.
|Office:||101C Lippitt Hall|
|Mailing address:||Department of Mathematics, Lippitt Hall
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, RI 02881
|Office hours Spring 2022:||Held virtually via Zoom. See Brightspace for Meeting IDs and Passcodes.
MTH 381/382 Help Sessions/Drop-ins: Tuesdays, Thursdays 1:00-2:00 pm
MTH 547 Help Sessions/Drop-ins: Mondays, Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm
Other times: email me to set up an appointment