- MATH 1113- Precalculus
- MATH 2250- Calulus I for Science and Engineering
- MATH 2260- Calulus II for Science and Engineering

Since Spring 2017, I have been advising Danielle Wood, an undergraduate at the University of South Carolina, on a project focused on implementing flipped-classroom instruction in middle schools, which will continue through Spring 2018. We were awarded a Magellan Explorer grant for this project. Our first goal was to create and maintain a website with information and data about flipped learning together with resources and tools that can be utilized by middle-school educators to quickly and easily implement this alternative approach to instruction. Our long-term goal is to begin implementing this instructional method in Richland County schools and measure its effect on students, especially in regards to their perception of mathematical thinking as a practical life skill.

Over the last few years, Angela Gibney and Danny Krashen have organized week long summer math camps for middle and high school students in the Athens area. These students participate in exploratory projects with mathematics faculty, graduate and undergraduate students. Topics have included graph theory, elementary number theory, cryptography, epidemiology, and algebraic topology. I have had the opportunity to participate as a graduate helper in two of these groups.

During Fall 2015 and Spring 2016, I had the opportunity to volunteer at Burney-Harris-Lyons Middle School in Athens, GA through the Project REFOCUS 21st Century Skills Program. The purpose of this program is to emphasize interest and aptitude in STEM fields by bringing faculty and graduate students in STEM disciplines into the classroom. I had the pleasure of working with various groups of students over a full academic year, helping them prepare for the Future Cities competition, science olympiad, quiz bowl, and video game coding.