I am passional about teaching. When I started at James Madison University as a freshman undergraduate student, I intended to become a teacher. As my interests in doing research advanced, my love for teaching remained steadfast. Spending significant time doing both research and teaching at Lehigh University is one of the many reasons that I enjoy being a university professor.
At Lehigh University, I teach a variety of courses on topics at the intersection of optimization and data science, at the undergraduate level, masters level, and doctoral level. To view an overview of one of my courses, click on the relevant link below.