Talks 

Here is a list of talks I have given in and out of my institution. See below for conferences/workshops attended. 

  • Graduate Seminar, University of Virginia, November 2018

    • “What is a moduli problem?” (50 min.)

  • Communicating Mathematics Effectively, University of Washington, June 2018

    • "Wild stacky curves" (20 min., slides available upon request)

    • "Understanding Artin-Schreier covers of stacks" (30 min.)

  • Strength in Numbers, Queen's University, May 2018

    • "Understanding Artin-Schreier covers of stacks" (20 min., slides available upon request)

  • Galois-Grothendieck Seminar, University of Virginia, February 2018

    • 4 lectures on Tate's thesis on L-functions

  • Graduate Student Conference in Algebra, Geometry and Topology, Temple University, June 2017

    • "Fundamental groups in algebra and geometry" (20 min., slides available upon request)

  • Graduate Seminar, University of Virginia, April 2017

    • "Fundamental groups in algebra and geometry" (50 min.)

  • Galois-Grothendieck Seminar, University of Virginia, January 2017

    • 2 lectures on generalized Jacobians

  • Galois-Grothendieck Seminar, University of Virginia, October 2016

    • 2 lectures on algebraic curves and Riemann-Roch

  • Graduate Seminar, University of Virginia, October 2015

    • "Primes of the form x^2 + ny^2, with an introduction to class field theory" (50 min.)

Conferences / Workshops

Here is a list of math gatherings I have been a part of: 

Service

I have been active in the following service roles in my institutions: 

  • Graduate Seminar, University of Virginia, 2015 - present

    • Chair, 2018 - present

    • Panel for departing graduate students (co-organizer), May 2018

  • Association for Women in Mathematics, University of Virginia, 2016 - present

    • Chapter president, 2017 - 2018

    • Job panel (co-organizer), April 2017 and April 2018

  • Middle school math outreach, Charlottesville, VA, 2015 - present

  • Teaching mentor, Fall 2018

    • Mentoring first-time calculus instructor

  • A1 homotopy theory reading course, University of Virginia, Summer 2018

    • Co-organizer with John Berman

    • Speaker (pdf notes and videos available upon request)

  • Summer REU, University of Virginia, 2018

    • Graduate assistant

  • Prospective graduate student open houses, University of Virginia

    • Student panelist, 2016 and 2018

  • Short course on schemes, University of Virginia, Summer 2017

    • Organizer

    • Gave 5 lectures on scheme theory aimed at general graduate student audience (here are some notes)

  • Arithmetic fundamental groups reading course, University of Virginia, Spring 2017

    • Co-organizer with Lloyd West

    • Here are some notes

  • Pi Mu Epsilon, Wake Forest University, 2013 - 2015

    • Chapter president, 2014 - 2015