About Me

I am a doctoral candidate in mathematics at the University of Minnesota. Climate change and other human impacts to Earth systems motivate my current research. I work across the spectrum from pure to applied projects, in each case developing dynamical systems tools to probe the interaction between disturbances to a system and its transient dynamics. I am advised by Richard McGehee, and also collaborate with mathematicians in the Resilience Working Group of the Math Climate Research Network and ecologists at the UMN Institute on the Environment. I co-organize our department's Student Seminar on Undergraduate Math Education, a group run by and for math graduate students to support development as educators. I enjoy running and skiing in Minneapolis' urban park system and beyond.

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