Sean EnglishPhDEmail: SEnglish@Illinois.edu |

In the summer of 2018 I finished PhD on probabilistic graph theory at Western Michigan University under the advisement of Andrzej Dudek . I spent a year at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario working in the Graphs at Ryerson (G@R) group as a postdoc, and am currently at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign as a J. L. Doob Research Assistant Professor.

My research interests lie mainly in graph and hypergraph theory, with emphasis on random graphs and extremal graph theory. I enjoy all combinatorics though, and also many other branches of mathematics.

My research interests lie mainly in graph and hypergraph theory, with emphasis on random graphs and extremal graph theory. I enjoy all combinatorics though, and also many other branches of mathematics.

**Teaching:**

I have taught algebra I, algebra II, finite mathematics, and graph theory at Western Michigan University, as well as Discrete Mathematics and Modern Mathematics II (Calc II for science majors) at Ryerson University. I am currently teaching Non-Linear Programming at the University of Illinois.

**Education:**

BS in Mathematics from Western Michigan University, 2013.

PhD in Mathematics from Western Michigan University, 2018.

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