Associate Professor of Mathematics
Eugene Lang Building
As a practicing mathematician in a Liberal Arts College, I am interested in a broad range of mathematics. My research is focused on mathematics applied to the social sciences, particularly game theory, fair division, voting and allocation problems. I am also interested in the visual tools and metaphors used to convey mathematical meaning and am a member of the Parsons’ based Visualizing Finance Lab which looks at the intersection of narrative visualization, financial literacy and behavioral economics.
PhD, Mathematics, Princeton University;
MA, Mathematics, Princeton University;
BSc, University of British Columbia
Cooperative game theory, Social choice theory, Visual representation of mathematics.
Math for Economics
Math Models in Nature
Fair Division: Math & Politics
Data, Design & Social Justice
Making Math and Art
Math Tools-Social & Natural
Independent Study (Open Campus)
Ind Senior Work (Open Campus)