Service & Outreach Activities

Conference and Workshop Organization

2023 Jun.

Macaulay2 Workshop & Mini-school
Weeklong event in computational commutative algebra bringing about 70 researchers to Minneapolis.

2022 May

Graduate Meeting on Combinatorial Commutative Algebra
Weekend graduate event with 12 speakers bringing about 70 students and postdocs to Minneapolis.

Mathematical Service

2018 – 2023

Directed Reading Program, University of Minnesota, Co-founder and co-organizer
Matched over 250 undergraduate and graduate students in guided mathematics reading projects.

2019 – 2022

Student Commutative Algebra Meeting, University of Minnesota, Co-organizer
Held a weekly meetup of friendly neighborhood commutative algebra students.

2021 Apr.

Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference, Session Chair
Chairedthe session on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry.

2017 – 2018

Pauline Sperry Undergraduate Lecture Series, UC Berkeley, Organizer
Inaugurated an annual lecture aimed at providing a role model for marginalized students in math.

Referee Work:
Journal of Software for Algebra and Geometry, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra

Broader Outreach

2019 – 2023

Vincent Hall Thespians, University of Minnesota, Performer
Helped with first-time teaching assistant orientation through situational comedy.

2023 Jan.

Minnesota Project in Mathematics, Counselor
Helped with workshops and mentored two undergraduate projects during the week-long program.

2019 – 2020

AMS Graduate Student Blog, Staff Writer
Wrote about finding community through mathematical art and history.

2018 Jul.

Girls Who Code @ Cloudflare, Workshop Leader
Instilled an appreciation for mathematics in high school girls using elliptic cryptography puzzles.

2016 – 2017

Mathematics Undergraduate Student Association, UC Berkeley, President
Helped build an inclusive and diverse community among undergraduate math students at Berkeley.

2014 & 2015

Berkeley mini Math Tournament, Grader and Lecturer
Instilled an appreciation for knot theory in advanced elementary and middle school students.