Reed College

Spring 2018: Math 112 Introduction to Analysis

**Old Course Information**

- Fall 2017: Math 111 Calculus (Inquiry Based Learning)

- Fall 2017: Math 202 Vector Calculus

- Spring 2017: Math 202 Vector Calculus

- Spring 2017: Math 342 Topology
- Fall 2016: Math 111 Calculus
- at Universität Regensburg:
- Winter 2015: Higher Invariants Oberseminar: The Grothendieck-Teichmüller Group
- at Johns Hopkins University:
- Spring 2014: Calculus III
- Fall 2014: Honors One Variable Calculus (Inquiry Based Learning)
- Spring 2013: Complex Analysis
- Spring 2013: Introduction to Topology
- Fall 2012: Graduate Seminar on Algebraic K-theory
- Fall 2012: Honors One Variable Calculus (Inquiry Based Learning)
- Spring 2012: Elementary Number Theory

- Fall 2011: Multivariable Calculus
- at University of Chicago:
- 2010 - 2011: Fundamental Mathematics

- 2009 - 2010: Honors Calculus--Inquiry Based Learning (IBL)

- 2008 - 2009: Elementary Functions and Calculus

"Now many errors consist of this alone, that we do not apply names rightly to things. For when any one says that lines which are drawn from the centre of a circle to the circumference are unequal, he means, at least at the time, something different by circle than mathematicians. Thus when men make mistakes in calculation they have different numbers in their minds than those on the paper. Wherefore if you could see their minds they do not err; they seem to err, however, because we think they have the same numbers in their minds as on the paper. If this were not so we should not believe that they made mistakes any more than I thought a man in error whom I heard the other day shouting that his yard had flown into his neighbor's chickens, for his mind seemed sufficiently clear to me on the subject."

(Spinoza, *Ethics* II.XLVII)