I’m a PhD candidate in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Georgia.

My research interests are in arithmetic combinatorics; I’m especially interested in connections with number theory and Ramsey theory.

My PhD advisors are Neil Lyall and Ákos Magyar.

In Spring 2016, I am teaching Arithmetic and Problem Solving (Math 5001) at UGA. This is an inquiry-based learning course for future elementary school teachers following the excellent textbook of UGA’s own Sybilla Beckmann.