I am a Connecticut native, a Coloradan at heart, a former resident of Lincoln, NE, and a new transplant to Clinton, NY.
I'm an assistant professor of mathematics at Hamilton College. Prior to that, I received my PhD at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (in commutative algebra and homological algebra). Some of my mathematical interests are: Boij-Soederberg theory for graded rings and algebras, depth theorems for local rings, and the translation of results arising from string theory and noncommutative algebra into the commutative algebra setting.
I am also committed to mathematical outreach.