In Fall of 2015, I am teaching Elementary Statistics (MAS 170), Probability for Risk Managemenet (ASC 281), and Real Analysis (MAS 311).
I research algebraic number theory, particularly special values of L-functions, and elementary number theory. Particular topics that interest me include:
Publications and Preprints
I grew up in southern Los Angeles County. I moved south for college, doing both my undergraduate and graduate studies at the beautiful University of California, San Diego. After a postdoctoral position at the University of California, Irvine, I moved east with my wife Kelly and daughter Lilah to take a position at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA. I spend a lot of time with my family having fun around the house and cycling around the local country roads. I am an expert Boggle player, actively playing the mobile apps Ruzzle (UN: Apoplexy) and Scramble With Friends (UN: Apoplexic). (Please challenge me, but send me an email first so I don't accidentally decline your invite.) In my past and perhaps also my future, I was a drummer.