Welcome
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics of the College of Science and Mathematics at Kennesaw State University. My research interests lie in graph theory, combinatorics, algebra, and their various interactions within mathematics itself and with other disciplines such as biology, computer science, and social networks.
Teaching Schedule [Fall 2015]
 MATH 8020: Graph Theory
(Ph.D. Analytics and Data Science Program)
Time: MW 12:30  1:45 PM
Location: Kennesaw Campus, Clendenin Building Room 30283 Class Hours 0 Laboratory Hours 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: Admission to graduate study in Ph.D. Analytics and Data Science Program
Topics from classical graph theory and applications to modern network theory: graph fundamentals and algorithms, connectivity, clustering, spectral graph theory, random models, node centrality, community detection.
Research Seminar Schedule [Fall 2015]
Education
 Ph.D., Mathematical Sciences
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI (2010)
Dissertation: Hamilton decompositions of 6regular Abelian Cayley Graphs
Advisor: Donald L. Kreher  M.S., Mathematics
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI (2006)  B.S., Mathematics
Northland College, Ashland, WI (2003)
Experience

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Kennesaw State University (2011  present) 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
University of Wisconsin at Marshfield/Wood County (2010  2011) 
Temporary Instructor of Mathematical Sciences
Michigan Technological University (2010) 
Graduate Student Instructor
Michigan Technological University (2004  2010) 
Graduate Student Fellow
Michigan Technological University (2004)