I am an associate professor of Mathematics and Statistics at California State Polytechnic University Pomona, and a faculty fellow of the Center for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching (CEMaST). My scholarship concerns the interface of geometry and analysis with physics, applied topology, and teacher education. I teach a wide variety of advanced courses in mathematics and its applications, from Calculus and Linear Algebra through upper division and graduate courses in geometry, algebra, and analysis, and their applications. In addition, I actively serve the department, college, university, and community in a variety of roles.
On this site, you can find my professional information, lists of courses I have developed and students I have mentored, links to curriculum materials and demonstrations I have written, lists of my publications and presentations, and a link to my teaching blog "Mathconceptions."