**Committees:**

HPEC 2022 Scaling HPC Education Special Session Planning Committee, 2022.

Mathematics Department Directed Reading Program Planning Committee, Spring 2019 – Spring 2021.

Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics Planning Committee, Fall 2016 – Spring 2021.

Vanderbilt Math Club Graduate Student Advisor, Fall 2016 – Spring 2018.

**Undergraduate Talks:**

*This Title is False, Part II*, presented at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Spring 2020.

*Transcending the Rational*, presented at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Fall 2019.

*What’s Yellow and Equivalent to the Axiom of Choice?*, presented at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Spring 2019.

*This Title is False*, presented at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Fall 2018.

*The Limitations of Ruler-and-Compass Constructions*, presented at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Spring 2018.

*Hilbert’s Hotel and Cardinality*, presented at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Fall 2017.

*Weird Models*, presented at the Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society Induction Ceremony, Fall 2017 & Fall 2019.

*Computability and the Church-Turing Thesis*, presented at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Seminar in Mathematics, Spring 2017.

*The Axiom of Choice*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Splash!, Fall 2015.

*Understanding Infinity: Ordinals and Cardinals*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Splash!, Fall 2015.

*Elementary Introduction to Set Theory*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Sprinkler!, Spring 2013.

*Arithmetic on Clocks: When 2 + 2 = 1*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Sprinkler!, Spring 2013.

*Topological Oddities: Mobius Strips, Klein Bottles, and more*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Sprinkler!, Spring 2013.

*The Size of the Natural Numbers and Other Infinities*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Sprinkler!, Spring 2013.

*Quarks, Electrons, and More*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Sprinkler!, Spring 2013.

*Intro to Set Theory*, presented at MIT Educational Studies Program’s Splash!, Fall 2012.