Clinical Professor of Mathematics
Vice Chair for Undergraduate Affairs
Warren Weaver Hall, Office 726
Ph.D., Mathematics, Harvard University, USA, 2000.
A.B., Mathematics, University of Chicago, USA, 1995.
My graduate research work is in the field of symplectic geometry and moment maps, an abstraction of classical Hamiltonian dynamics with symmetry. I currently direct the service-level division of the math department’s undergraduate program and lead the Clinical Faculty team. We manage the coordination of calculus courses, provide professional development for new teaching assistants and postdocs, and advise students. Professionally I am interested in teacher education, teaching methods, and technological tools in the classroom.
Calculus for the Digital Student
"Symmetric space valued moment maps",
Pacific Journal of Mathematics
212, no. 1, 103-123 (2003)
T. Judson and M. Leingang,
"The Development of Pedagogical Content Knowledge in First-Year Mathematics Graduate Teaching Assistants",
Journal of STEM Education