I am a professor of computer science at Pomona College. My current research interests include network/graph analysis, combinatorial scientific computing, and societally-relevant computer science education. You can find out more about some of my work here.

In Fall 2022 I'll be teaching Introduction to Languages and Theory of Computation (CSCI 101) and Applied Algorithms (CSCI 143) as well as co-teaching Discrete Mathematics and Functional Programming (CSCI 054) with Professor Kauchak. My evolving best guess at a weekly schedule is something like this.

Other things I do include talking (to just about anyone about just about anything; if my office door is open, please feel free to come in to test this out . . . actually, for now, it might be best to send email first!). When not working I'm often spending time with/on my two children.