I come from a small town in northern New Hampshire and I aspire to become a math professor some day. I was an undergraduate at MIT and now am a second year PhD candidate in mathematics at MIT working with Clark Barwick. Outside of mathematics I enjoy running, hiking, skiing, art, and food.

If you're interested in what classes I've taken during previous semesters, please see the comprehensive list of my coursework below.

Below you can find a copy of my CV. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Letters of recommendation and further references are available upon request.

During IAP 2018 I am mentoring a student through the Directed Reading Program. Below are some materials for our readings.

My mathematical interests center around homotopy theory, higher category theory, and algebraic *K*-theory.

*Lifting Enhanced Factorization Systems to Functor 2-Categories.*- Publication information.
- Preprint (19 pages).

*On the K-theory of Finite Fields*(notes for a talk given at the 2016 Kan Seminar).*Bundles, Stiefel–Whitney Classes, & Braid Groups*(written for the 2015 UChicago REU).*The Schur–Horn Theorem*(with Sheela Devadas & Keaton Stubis).*The Proportion of Diagonalizable Matrices over a Finite Field*(with Sheela Devadas & Keaton Stubis).

*MOOCs & STEM Fields: Rethinking Assesments.*- Information.
- This paper won the James Howe Prize for anthropology writing (second place).