I am a PhD student at Emory University in the Department of Mathematics, with an expected graduation date of May 2020. In 2013 I graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B.S. in computer science, and in 2014 with a Masters in business administration.

With my advisor Vojtěch Rödl, I study extremal graph theory. Below you can find links to my three published/submitted papers.

This semester I am teaching Calculus I at Emory. I love teaching, and in my blog you can find more about my thoughts on how to be a great teacher.

I am also the director of Emory Math Circle, a math enrichment program for middle and high school students in Atlanta.

If you are wondering "What is math research?" read my blog post about it.

My research interests include extremal and structural graph theory, on both graphs and hypergraphs. I enjoy answering questions of the form "If a graph has global property X, does it contain subgraph Y?" If you would like to collaborate on a research project or if you have questions about my papers, please contact me!

In June 2019, I attended the Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics, which was an excellent two-week experience that I recommend to any graduate student in combinatorics.

My research interests include extremal and structural graph theory, on both graphs and hypergraphs. I enjoy answering questions of the form "If a graph has global property X, does it contain subgraph Y?" If you would like to collaborate on a research project or if you have questions about my papers, please contact me!

In June 2019, I attended the Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics, which was an excellent two-week experience that I recommend to any graduate student in combinatorics.

Increasing paths in countable graphs with Andrii Arman and Vojtěch Rödl. Submitted.

Embedding hypertrees into steiner triple systems with Vojtěch Rödl. Journal of Combinatorial Designs 27 (2019), no. 2, 82-105.

Fall 2019: Calculus I, Emory University

Summer 2019: Combinatorics I and II, QTM Math Camp

Fall 2018: Calculus I, Emory University

Summer 2018: Combinatorics I, QTM Math Camp

Summer 2018: Calculus II, Emory University

Fall 2017: Calculus II, Emory University

Summer 2017: Discrete Structures, Emory University

Spring 2017: Calculus II, Emory University

Fall 2016: Calculus I, Emory University

Spring 2016: Honors Vector Calculus, TA, Emory University

Spring 2016: Linear Algebra, TA/grader, Emory University

Fall 2015: Honors Linear Algebra, TA, Emory University

Fall 2015: Honors Calculus II, Grader, Emory University

Fall 2015 - Spring 2016: Calculus I and II, Tutor, Emory University

Fall 2014 - Spring 2015: Calculus I-IV, Tutor, University of Kentucky

See this story by Laney Graduate School on Emory Math Circle.

I have organized and run several math festivals and competitions for K-12 students, including Julia Robinson Math Festivals, the AMC 8, Math Kangaroo, and the Tri-Math Tournament.

During Emory's orientation week, I have served as an orientation panelists for math and science grad students. New grad students also have a chance to practice their teaching in small group sessions, and I was chosen to lead one of these sessions in 2019.

Since 2016 I have been the Education Advisor for the Emory chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. I meet regularly with the chapter’s VP of Education to help plan safe, meaningful programs for their new members, and also meet regularly with the advisory team to address chapter-wide issues.