I am a 2004 graduate of Western. I studied Mathematics, Computer Science, and Graphic Design, and I also participated heavily in Residence Life and Orientation as a student. After graduating Western, I worked as a computer programmer for various companies including Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. In 2007 I joined Loyola University of New Orleans, as the Assistant Director for Residential Life, where I supervised student staff, handled conduct issues, and was the chief editor for the widely-distributed Student Affairs Newsletter. After taking a couple of undergraduate math classes at Loyola for fun, I decided to return to school for my master's degree. I completed my MS degree in Mathematics from Montana State University, and am now elated to once again call Western home. I enjoy building furniture and playing billiards, but I most look forward to the ample opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and camping that we have in the Gunnison valley.
Lecturer in Math
Hurst Hall 108
Mathematics & Computer Science Department