I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Sacred Heart University, where I have
been teaching since 2010. Previously, I taught at Baruch College, CUNY while completing
my Ph.D. in Mathematics Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. 

My research interests include undergraduate mathematics education, the mathematical
preparation of teachers, international comparative mathematics education, and the history
of mathematics. See my research page for more information and copies of my publications. 

In terms of teaching, I am particularly interested in Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) and
incorporating primary historical sources in courses across the mathematics curriculum.
You can find more information about past and current courses on my teaching page. 



Horizon Content Knowledge in the Work of Teaching: A Focus on Planning (with Nick Wasserman), Mathematics Faculty Publications (2013)


Instructor Use of Tablet PCs in a College Pre-Calculus Course: Implementation & Assessment (with Peter Gregory), Mathematics Faculty Publications (2012)

A group of six math instructors used tablet PCs to teach their individual sections of...



Mathematical Competitions in Hungary: Promoting a Tradition of Excellence & Creativity, Mathematics Faculty Publications (2012)

Hungary has long been known for its outstanding production of mathematical talent. Extracurricular programs such...



Hungary and the United States: A Comparison of Gifted Education, Mathematics Faculty Publications (2009)

There is a lot that can be learned about a country based on the programs...



Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania: International Relations Examined Through Minority Language Education, Mathematics Faculty Publications (2009)

The Hungarians in Romania and Slovakia are not just ethnic minorities but also linguistic minorities...