About Me

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin - Stout.

Right now (WinTerm 2018), I am teaching one section of Stat 130: Elementary Statistics online. In the Spring 2018 I will be teaching two sections of Math 153: Calculus I, as well as Math 371: Modern Algebra II.

Previously, I received my PhD in mathematics at Tufts University in May 2015. Before that, I received my undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire in 2009.

Through Fall 2016, I worked with the Poincare Institute for Mathematical Education at Tufts, participating in math education research and mentoring in service educators as part of our online course. I spent much of my graduate career there as a research assistant. Here is my not often updated member page.

My research interests are in studying (unrestricted) Lie algebra representations and structural questions about reductive linear algebraic groups, all especially in positive characteristic. At Tufts, I worked under the supervision of George McNinch. I'm also very much interested in mathematics education (see the Poincare Institute above).

Check out some of the math I've worked on and written up under the Math tab! More soon to come...

You can find a copy of my CV at the bottom of the page!

Past courses I've taught at UW-Stout are:
Math 370: Modern (Abstract) Algebra
Math 123: Finite and Financial Mathematics
Math 118: Concepts of Mathematics (Online)
Math 118: Concepts of Mathematics 
Stat 130: Elementary Statistics

In the past, the courses I've taught at Tufts have been:
Math 14: Finite Mathematics and its Applications (Spring 2013)
Math 19: Mathematics of Social Choice (Fall 2013)
Math 150: Projective Geometry [Recitation Leader] (Spring 2014)
Math 34: Calculus II (Summer 2014)
Alex Babinski,
Dec 21, 2017, 6:49 AM