I am a Visiting Assistant Professor in Bucknell University’s Mathematics Department. I work in noncommutative algebra, primarily studying actions of pointed Hopf algebras. I am also interested in connections between Hopf algebras and low-dimensional topology, in particular, link invariants. I received my PhD and Master’s degree from Temple University.

While I consider mathematics a beautiful discipline to study and research, my passion has always been teaching. I want students to feel confident in their logical and quantitative reasoning skills, empowered for their future goals and careers, and perhaps delighted in the beauty of math.