Dan graduated from MIT in June 2004 in mathematics, got a masters’ degree in mathematics and teaching mathematics from the University of Illinois, and is now back in Boston starting Learning Unlimited, a new nonprofit organization to bring ESP to colleges across the country. He has been teaching for ESP since Splash 2000, has directed Splash twice, and was Chair of ESP for one and a half years. He has been teaching advanced mathematics to high school students for years at Canada/USA Mathcamp and taught for a semester at the Boston Math Circle. He now teaches online at the Art of Problem Solving. He also taught the introductory computer science course at MIT for two semesters.
In addition to his mathematical experience, Dan has done a fair bit of theater. He has taken classes in acting and playwrighting and has had three student group productions of his plays, one of which he directed. He is an avid reader and watcher of plays and enjoys going up to Chicago frequently to see the latest in innovative theater.