Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
University of Colorado Denver
Student Commons 4205
My CV - Updated 11/1/18.
My research is primarily in structural and extremal graph theory and STEM education, including extremal problems for degree sequences, cycles and linkages in graphs, minimal saturated graphs, university and K-12 teacher preparation, and benefits of STEM outreach for student organizers
Here is an updated list of my Publications and submitted papers.
I have been fortunate to obtain grants from several funders to support my research and work related to undergraduate student success. I am always happy to serve as a source of information about the grant-writing process, particulary in educational or programmatic settings, including sharing proposal materials whenever I am able. Like most folks, I write many more proposals than get funded, but that is part of the game.
The CU Denver STEAM Consortium
I currently serve as the Director of STEM Education Initiatives for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and as the faculty lead for the CU Denver STEAM Consortium, which is a group of faculty, staff and administrators dedicated to supporting STEAM Education at CU Denver. We are here to help in any way we can - please email me directly if you have questions or ideas!
If you are a graduate student interested in the Rocky Mountain - Great Plains Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics (GRWC) - please see our website, www.combinatoricsworkshop.org. The GRWC will be held in Lawrence, Kansas this year, from June 17 - 30, 2019. If you have any questions, you can contact me directly, or email email@example.com.