Boise State University, Boise, 2012–present
Fields Ontario postdoctoral fellow
The Fields Institute and York University, Toronto, 2010–2012
Supervised by Ilijas Farah.
The Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn, Summer 2009
Supervised by Peter Koepke (informally).
Visiting assistant professor / postdoc
The CUNY Graduate Center, New York, 2008–2010
Supervised by Joel Hamkins and Roman Kossak (informally).
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, 2003–2008
Supervised by Simon Thomas. Doctoral thesis titled Descriptive aspects of torsion-free abelian groups.
B.S., Computer science
The University of Washington, Seattle, 2000–2003
Supervised by M. Scott Osborne. Senior thesis titled Partial universes and the axioms of set theory.
set theory; descriptive set theory; Borel complexity theory; combinatorics; applications of set theory to algebra, model theory, analysis, topology, infinitary logic, and computability theory
Teaching and supervision highlights
discovery learning, team learning, reading and writing, REU mentor, master’s thesis advisor, senior thesis advisor
Service and outreach highlights
seminar and conference organizer, course developer, Boise Math Circles codirector, bylaws and policy co-author