During my graduate studies at UNC Chapel Hill, I was the instructor of record for
a wide range of classes, including:
- 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)
I've also helped write worksheets and curriculum for programs aimed at advanced high-schoolers
covering non-traditional material:
- 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.
I'm happy to discuss or share materials from most of these courses; feel free to send me an email.