CV
Education
 Rutgers University — New Brunswick
 2019–
 PhD Graduate student, mathematics.
 Oglethorpe University
 2014–2019.
 B.S. Mathematics; Computer Science minor.
 Summa cum laude with honors (completed honors thesis).
Research
 Honors thesis, Expressive Complexity of Computer Algebra Systems [pdf]
 Oglethorpe University.
 Quantifies the complexity of popular computer algebra systems.
 Summer fellow, Voting Rights Data Institute
 2018–2019.
 MIT and Tufts University.
 Program on the mathematics of gerrymandering; produced GerryChain.
 Student researcher, REU: Bridging Applied and Theoretical Mathematics
 2016.
 Student researcher.
 Winthrop University.
 Program on cancer treatment models; produced paper for publication.
Presentations
2019
 The Ergonomics of Computer Algebra [Slides]
 Experimental Mathematics Seminar, Rutgers University
 How to Rig Elections [Slides]
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium, Oglethorpe University.
 Introduction to modern gerrymandering research.
 Math is Hard (And you should stop trying to do it)
[Slides]
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium, Oglethorpe University.
 Honors thesis talk.
2018
 Go Directly to Jail [Slides]
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium.
 Talk on modeling Monopoly as a Markov chain.
 Mathematics can Model and Predict our World
 Scholarship Weekend, Oglethorpe University.
 Replaced professor at lecture given to incoming Freshmen.
2017
 The Number Two Does Not Exist
[Slides]
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium.
 Effects of Persistent Environmental Toxins on a MotherFetus System
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium.
 Global Dynamics of a Cancer Stem Cell Treatment Model
 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Atlanta.
 AMS Contributed Paper Session on Topics in Analysis III.
2016
 Global Dynamics of a Cancer Stem Cell Treatment Model
 REU Symposium, NSF Headquarters, Washington DC.
 Selected by the Council on Undergraduate Research to present REU findings.
 Increasing Stock Market Profitability with Artificial Intelligence
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium, Oglethorpe University.
2015
 Cervantes: How to be Jewish
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium, Oglethorpe University.
 Talk exploring possible Jewish themes in Don Quixote and in the life of Cervantes.
Awards
 James Edward Oglethorpe Award
 2019.
 Oglethorpe University.
 In recognition of scholarship, leadership, and character.
 Awarded by university faculty vote.
 Sally Hull Weltner Award for Scholarship
 2019.
 Oglethorpe University.
 Awarded to Senior with highest gradepoint average.
 Ronald L. Carlisle Prize
 2019.
 Oglethorpe University, Division IX (Mathematics and Computer Science).
 Given to outstanding Senior in mathematics and computer science.
Organizations
 Omicron Delta Kappa
 2017.
 Oglethorpe University.
 Circle President (2017–2019).
 National leadership honor society.
 Sigma Zeta
 2018.
 National science and mathematics honor society.
 Mathematical Association of America
 2016.
Teaching
2018
 Oglethorpe University
 Supplemental instructor for MAT120 (Introduction to Functions) and MAT234 (Calculus III).
 University tutor in mathematics and computer science.
2017
 Oglethorpe University
 Supplemental instructor for MAT120 (Introduction to Functions) and MAT241 (Proof and Logic).
 University tutor in mathematics and computer science.
 Summer supplemental instructor for MAT120 and MAT130.
Programming languages and computers

Fluent: Python, $\LaTeX$, Linux.

Experienced: C, Mathematica, Maple, Haskell.