Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Office: HR 344
Teaching Experience: High School Mathematics in Anne Arundel & Baltimore County Public Schools. Adjunct faculty at HCC since 2007, full-time faculty since 2011.
Office Hours (Fall 2011): MW: 5 – 7. TTh: 3:30 – 5. Other times available by appointment.
I grew up in Kensington, NH and graduated from the University of New Hampshire in May 2005 alongside my wife. We moved to Maryland in August 2005, when I became an HCC student to finish my teaching certificate. In August 2007, I had completed my requirements and began teaching at HCC as an adjunct professor in mathematics. By December 2010, I completed my Master’s degree at Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Lab, specializing in differential equations and neural networks. I am honored to be a part of HCC’s full-time faculty.
My outside interests include hiking, biking, rock climbing, science fiction, psychology, computers, gaming, relaxing with friends and horticulture.
Courses Taught: MATH -060, -061, -067, -070, -141, -143, -181, -182