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
Mathematics of Game Theory
Making Math and Art
Math Tools-Social & Natural
Ind Senior Work
Gerrymandering & the Pol. Proc
Gerrymandering & the Pol.Proc: