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

### Upcoming talks

Algebra Seminar, University of Virginia, October 23, 2019

“A stacky compactification of the ring of Witt vectors”

Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 16, 2020

“Root stacks in characteristic p” in the special session Explicit Methods in Arithmetic Geometry in Characteristic p

AMS Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting, University of Virginia, March 2020

TBD in the special session Curves, Jacobians and Abelian Varieties

### Invited Talks

Math Department Colloquium, Wake Forest University, March 28, 2019

“Moduli problems and root constructions in algebraic geometry” (50 min.)

### External Talks

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)

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

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

### Internal Talks

Galois-Grothendieck Seminar, University of Virginia, February 2019

2 lectures on smooth morphisms

Graduate Seminar, University of Virginia, November 2018

“What is a moduli problem?” (50 min.)

Galois-Grothendieck Seminar, University of Virginia, February 2018

4 lectures on Tate's thesis on

*L*-functions

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:

Arithmetic & Algebraic Geometry, University of Michigan, August 2019

Recent Progress in Moduli Theory, MSRI, May 2019

Algebraic Geometry Northeastern Series, University of Massachussetts-Amherst, March 2019

Arizona Winter School, University of Arizona, March 2019

Joint Mathematics Meetings, Baltimore, MD, January 2019

Algebraic Geometry Northeastern Series, Brown University, September 2018

Women’s Intellectual Network Research Symposium, University of Virginia, September 2018

Summer School on Derived Categories, MSRI, June-July 2018

Communicating Mathematics Effectively, University of Washington, June 2018

Strength in Numbers, Queen's University, May 2018

Arizona Winter School, University of Arizona, March 2018

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

UNCG Summer School in Computational Number Theory, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, May 2017

Midwestern Algebraic Geometry Conference, University of Illinois-Chicago, April 2017

Elliptic Curves, Torsors and L-Functions, University of Virginia, March 2017

Southeast Lie Theory Workshop, North Carolina State University, October 2015

MAA Southeastern Section, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, March 2015

### 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 & 2019

Mentoring first-time calculus instructor

Summer Undergraduate Research Project, Summer 2019

Adviser to two undergraduate students studying modular forms from a geometric perspective

**A**¹-homotopy theory reading course, University of Virginia, Summer 2018Co-organizer with John Berman

Speaker (pdf notes and videos available upon request)

Summer REU, University of Virginia, Summer 2018

Graduate assistant overseeing three undergraduate students studying game theory on finite groups

Prospective graduate student open houses, University of Virginia

Student panelist, 2016, 2018 and 2019

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