- Ph.D. Louisiana State University (2005)
M.S. Louisiana State University (2003)
B.S. Mount Mercy College (2001)
I started teaching at Simpson College in 2005. I have taught a variety of courses, but my favorite courses to teach are Simpson Colloquium courses, the Calculus sequence, and Graph Theory.
At Simpson College, I have worked on undergraduate research with over twenty-five students. Some of these students completed graph theory projects for their senior capstone course and some conducted undergraduate research as part of the Bryan Summer Research Program. Several of my research students have published their work in undergraduate journals and all of my research students have presented their work at a regional or national conference.
I am currently serving as the Director of Undergraduate Research at Simpson College.
Outside of the classroom, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, and cheering on my favorite football teams (the Green Bay Packers and LSU Tigers).