One of my biggest passions is providing equal opportunity in education. I work to provide a classroom environment that promotes inclusion and diversity of thought from various backgrounds, including race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, socioeconomic status, and more. I love teaching underclassmen, especially early in their college careers, because my course gives them the tools they need to navigate the plethora of information that we are confronted with on a daily basis and develop a healthy level of skepticism. When my students walk out of my classroom on the final day, my goal is for them to be able to confront and analyze information they receive and make informed decisions that will better themselves and the world at large.
Education & Training
- M.A., Statistics, University of Pittsburgh (2019)
- B.S., Mathematics and Statistics, James Madison University (2017)
- STAT 200: Basic Applied Statistics (Fall 2019 – present)