Ok, not really news. But I’ve recently added a link to my GitHub account, so you can see some of the coding projects I’ve been working on in the past few months. I started refamiliarizing myself with Python after a several year hiatus by doing a bunch of easy Project Euler puzzles. More recently, I’ve been doing projects in SML, Racket, and Ruby to better understand different type systems (though you’ll need to ask for permission to see these files).
University of Washington
Office: PDL C-404
Before coming to UW, I earned my B.S. from Carnegie Mellon University and then my M.S. from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Today I start volunteering with the incredible program FEPPS, the Freedom Education Project for the Puget Sound. I’ll be at the Washinton Corrections Center for Women on Saturday mornings to tutor in study halls for women enrolled in FEPPS’s math courses.
I won the McKibben and Merner Endowed Fellowship in Mathematics for my performance on my preliminary exams and first year courses!
Though it’s a far from perfect system, I’m relieved to say that I passed my preliminary exams.
Big thanks to my friends in the math department for their collaboration and to my first year professors for their support and availability.