Teaching Activities
I participate in many teaching initiatives  I'm always willing to try something new. Not everything new works, but it is worth a try.
Integrating Research into the Undergraduate Curriculum
I have several publications and talks on the scholarship of teaching and learning. I'm always happy to share what I do in the classroom, so if you'd like me to give a talk just let me know.
I was Principal Investigator of two teaching grants:
 PI for Mathematics and Social Advocacy supported by an NSF DUE Award #0942670 (coPI Jeff Suzuki, July 2010  June 2013)

PI for the Gap Project supported by CUNY's Office of Academic Affairs, Improving Math Learning Project (coPI Jun Hu and Anthony Clement, Jan 2010  June 2012)
Here is a recent article on my work by BC News.
Here is another article that appeared in International Innovations, North America, Issue No 5, October 2012, Edifying Education: Creating a firm foundation for education excellence in North America.
I'm engaged in the following teaching initiatives at Brooklyn College:
I also participated in Numeracy Infusion Course for Higher Education supported by NSF DUE Award #1121844 (PI Esther Wilder, coPIs Frank Wang, Dean Hurley, Oct 2011  Oct 2014)

Courses Taught
Upper division and graduate courses
 Abstract Algebra
 Matroid Theory
 Graph Theory
 Applied Combinatorics
 Linear Algebra I
 Linear Algebra II
 Discrete Mathematics
 History of Mathematics
 Numerical Analysis
 Differential Equations
 Mathematical Statistics
 Probability and Statistics
 Transition to Higher Mathematics
 Geometry for Teachers
 Mathematical Methods for Analyzing Data
Lower Division Course
 Elementary Algebra
 Intermediate Algebra
 College Algebra
 Trigonometry
 Precalculus
 Calculus I
 Calculus II
 Business Calculus
 Introduction to Computer Science
 Java Programming
 Elementary Statistics
 Mathematical Reasoning
