In Spring 2018, I am teaching:

- MATH-UA.120: Discrete Mathematics
- MATH-UA.211: Math for Economics 1
- MATH-GA.2840-004: Written and Oral Presentation (co-taught with Aleks Donev)
- MATH-UA.998: Independent Study (Introduction to Linear and Convex Optimization)

I am developing a new quantitative reasoning course, *CORE-UA.111: From Data to Discovery*, whose inaugural run will be in Fall 2018. The course aims to inspire students to ask critical questions about how data are used in our lives today and to equip students with a variety of tools for gaining insight from data. We will teach students the basics of data processing, visualization, modeling, and and analysis using R; we will use a variety of datasets and will include recent datasets about New York City from NYC Open Data. The course has no prerequisites and will use inquiry-based learning approaches.

- CORE-UA.107: Probability, Statistics, and Decision-Making
- CORE-UA.110: Great Ideas in Mathematics
- MATH-UA.009: Algebra and Calculus
- MATH-UA.120: Discrete Mathematics
- MATH-UA.121: Calculus 1
- MATH-UA.122: Calculus 2
- MATH-UA.123: Calculus 3
- MATH-UA.140: Linear Algebra
- MATH-UA.211: Math for Economics 1

- ORIE 3310/5310/5311: Optimization 2 (Instructor)
- Cornell University Prison Education Program, Auburn Correctional Facility: Algebra (Instructor)
- ORIE 4580/5580: Simulation Modeling and Analysis (Teaching Assistant)
- ORIE 4350: Introduction to Game Theory (Teaching Assistant)
- ORIE 3300/5300: Optimization 1 (Teaching Assistant)
- ORIE 3310/5310/5311: Optimization 2 (Teaching Assistant)

- Summer Program for Young Scholars, Center for Mathematical Talent, NYU, August 2017
- GSTEM Summer Program, NYU, July-August 2017
- Expanding Your Horizons, Cornell University, April 2013, 2014