The very most recent news is that I have decided to join University of Illinois at Chicago to work on a PhD in Learning Sciences, with a focus on Mathematics Education. I’m very excited to join the Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI) in continuing my research!
I’m moving this July, and this site will see significantly more activity; especially WRT notes on math education! I’ll be compiling notes and some definitions here as a resource
Some Highlights of 2018-2019:
- Spring 2018:
- Summer 2018
- Generalized code to any dimension, final verification of code with Dr. Gubeladze
- Worked on implementing California Executive Order 1110 – part of a team with tenured faculty working on creating the curriculum for stretch courses.
- Created a gradebook template and a lesson plan template for general use.
- Fall 2018:
- Applied to twelve PhD programs, and had a bit of an existential crisis because PhD applications can be grueling.
- Worked on writing out my thesis, as most of my work was coding up to this point.
- Defended my master’s thesis, “Computational Verification of the Cone Conjecture”
- Math 107 – Math for Business Calculus I
- Math 197 – Prelude to Calculus I
- Spring 2019
- Out of 12 I was waitlisted at one and accepted into two.
- Finalized edits for my master’s thesis and submitted to archives
- Updated LaTeX template for Masters Thesis for STEM majors at SFSU
- Graduated from the Masters program!
- First semester to finish grading finals not on the day that grades are due 😀
- Math 108 – Math for Business Calculus II
- Math 198 – Prelude to Calculus II