Hello and welcome to my home page.
Since you took the time to find this site I might as
well tell you a little bit about myself. I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Saint Mary's College of California. Prior to arriving in the Bay Area, I spent the 2010-2011 academic year as a visitor at the University of Scranton in PA, and a Blue10 Project NExT
Fellow. I earned both a master's degree
and a Ph.D. in pure mathematics from North
Carolina State University. Furthermore, I spent my undergraduate
days at Fairfield Univeristy
in Fairfield, CT, where I double majored in math and computer science
and received my BS in 2004. I was born and raised in New York City in
the fine borough of Queens. My entrance into this world was
conveniently situated 1.5 miles from William A. Shea Municipal Stadium.
I love baseball, but also enjoy many other sports. Some
may think I am a masochist when it comes to choosing my teams, as can
be seen by my love of the Mets, Jets, and NC State athletics in
general. I'm also an optimist, as can be seen by my ongoing support of
these organizations, which often times involves an endless existential
search for oneself.
I tend to take on random sports such as racquetball, and
am currently being courted by those in the disc golf world. In the
running world I'm currently working my way up the ladder with a 10k as
my next goal.
On this site you'll find both personal and professional
material via the above links.