I am a third-year graduate teaching assistant and doctoral candidate for the Mathematics Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). For more information, please refer to my CV. I was born and raised in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, and I graduated from Scottsbluff High School in 2014. I attended UNL Math Day throughout high school, and it was my senior-year trip to Math Day that inspired me to study math at UNL. I am also fluent in Spanish since my parents are from Peru.
In 2012, I got to visit Machu Picchu: the Lost City of the Incas.
I am interested in mathematical biology; specifically, my research consists of conducting mathematical analysis on the population dynamics in predator-prey models. My advisors are Richard Rebarber and Brigitte Tenhumberg.
Teaching & Educational Services
Here is a list of the most recent math courses I have taught at UNL:
- MATH 104* (Applied Calculus) - spring 2021**
- MATH 101* (College Algebra) - fall 2020**
- MATH 104* - summer 2020**
- MATH 101* - spring 2020**
- MATH 101* - fall 2019
- MATH 107 (Calculus II Recitation) - spring 2019
- MATH 106 (Calculus I Recitation) - fall 2018
NOTE: * denotes that I was the instructor of record for that course, and ** denotes that the course was taught online via Zoom (or had a mixture of in-person and remote learning).
If you are a student of mine in any of the courses listed above, please consult with Canvas for additional course information.
During my free-time, I like to go on walks, hang out with friends, play board/card games, go bowling, and travel whenever possible. I am also an avid follower of the Nebraska Cornhuskers; I have gone to almost every home football game at Memorial Stadium since fall 2014.