Doctoral Student Department of Mathematics University of South Carolina 1523 Greene Street Columbia, SC 29208
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MATH 122-028: Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences

Office Hours:

Tuesday 9-10 am

Thursday 9-10 am

Fall 2018: Math 141-Y02 and 141-Y03 Calculus I (TA)Y02 Course Evaluations Y03 Course Evaluations

Spring 2018: Math 142-Y01 and 142-Y02 Calculus I (TA) Y01 Course Evaluations Y02 Course Evaluations

Fall 2017: Math 170-Y02 Finite Mathematics (instructor) Course Evaluations

Summer 2017: Math 111-121 College Algebra (instructor) Course Evaluations

Spring 2017: MATH 122-019 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (instructor) Course Evaluations

Fall 2016: MATH 111I-001 College Algebra (instructor)

Spring 2016: MATH 141-005,006, E03, E04 Calculus I (TA)

Fall 2016: Math 141-011, 012 Calculus II (TA)

An example of wild ramification in an enriched Riemann-Hurwitz formula (with Jesse Kass and Kirsten Wickelgren).

Submitted 8 Dec 2018

C. Bethea and W. Dymacek, Realizability of graphs with prescribed vertex connectivity, edge connectivity, minimum degree, and maximum degree.

Congressus Numerantium,

During the Spring 2017 semester, I organized a reading seminar on Model Categories. This is really cool stuff, and I encourage everyone to at least check it out.

Some (handwritten) notes I wrote for a talk on Cazanave's result on algebraic homotopy classes of endomorphisms of P1 at a winter school at FRIAS.