Teaching experience

During my graduate studies at UNC Chapel Hill, I was the instructor of record for
a wide range of classes, including:

- Precalculus
- Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (for non-mathematicians)
- Calculus 1 (single variable, up to the fundamental theorem)
- Calculus 3 (multivariable calculus, up to the divergence theorem)
- Advanced Calculus (mostly following Abbot)
- Numerical Analysis (loosely following Kincaid & Cheney)

- Duke TIP; this was an introduction to programming in Matlab, with applications to fractals, self-similarity, chaos and difference equations, etc. For example, students could generate their own Koch-snowflake like fractals using Logo-like instructions around a skeleton code I wrote in Matlab.
- Girls Talk Math; here I wrote a module going in depth about the Mandelbrot set, and guiding them to write their own code from scratch in Mathematica to visualize it.