Master’s of Education in Technology. In Progress.
Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ (Aug 2010 – Present).
Master's of Science in Mathematics. Awarded Jun 2005.
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. (Jun 2003 - Jun 2007).
Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematical Sciences. Awarded May 2003.
Bachelor’s of Science in Logic and Computation. Awarded May 2003.
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. (Sep 1999 - May 2003).
University of Phoenix (Oct 2008-Present)
Mathematics Facilitator: Instruct and tutor adult learners in mathematics. Motivate adult learners to achieve a mastery of practical mathematics. Design and modify supplemental course materials as needed for improved student progress. Assist with educational software usage including ALEKS, Online Learning System, and graphing utilities.
Arizona State University (June 2010)
Instructor: Taught a three week pilot programming course in Alice for 4th and 5th graders. Assisted students with learning about programming syntax, program design and data structures. Expanded draft pilot material and communicated with instructional designers for course improvement.
2wire (Feb 2009-Dec 2009)
Technical Support Representative: Phone technical support for AT&T DSL service. Responsibility expanded to include Southeast AT&T region. Measured on call length, call quality, and customer satisfaction. Multitask customer issues and assist coworkers in a rapidly changing call center environment. Considered a permanent employee.
Volt (Jan 2008-Feb 2009).
Technical Support Representative: Phone technical support for AT&T DSL service in the 13 state area. Measured on call length, call quality, and customer satisfaction. Considered a temporary employee.
Mathematics Department Ohio State University (Sep 2003-Jun 2007).
Teaching Assistant: Calculus TA for general and business students. Lectured for evening classes. Maintained class records and developed testing materials and lesson plans. Assisted students with the educational software WebWork.
Student Athletics Ohio State University (Mar 2005-Mar 2006).
Tutor: Provided assistance to student athletes in a wide range of mathematical courses ranging from basic algebra to calculus. Held both small group and individual learning sessions.
School of Computer Science (SCS) CMU (Aug 2000-Dec 2001).
Programming Languages: ML, LISP (Scheme), Java, C, C++, Perl, Visual Basic, LaTeX
Operating Systems: Unix (Linux, SunOS, Solaris), MS-DOS, XP, Vista, Windows 7, OS X
Certifications: Microsoft Office Specialist
Software: Matlab, R, Word, Excel, SPSS, Camtasia, Scribus, CamStudio, Open Office
Graduate Research Assistantship
Jun 2004-Sep 2004
Worked in conjunction with Professor Rathjen to develop the pigeonhole principle and fixed point theory in ECST, a constructive logic.
SUNY Potsdam Research Experience for Undergraduates
Jun 2002-Sep 2002
Developed partial classification of C-groups and investigated them with theoretical analysis combined with custom GAP programs.
Undergraduate Research Fellowship
May 2001-Aug 2001
Research Fellowship: Research on the statistical behavior of a distributed resource discovery algorithm (Name Dropper), mainly through computer simulations and basic probability analysis.
Alpha Phi Omega
Phi Kappa Phi
Academic Honor Society.