On visualization: Take a sad chart and make it better, R Ladies Philly, Dec 8, 2020
Every good chart started out as a bad one. In this workshop, we discuss 1) basic visualization principles, and 2) resources, tools, tips, and tricks that help improve our charts and refine our data stories. Some familiarity with R and ggplot will be useful but not required - novice R users are encouraged to attend.
Fundamentals of AI guest lecturer, University of Pennsylvania, Mar 30, 2020
I give two 80-minute guest lectures on Information Theory and Stochastic Processes and their roles in artificial intelligence and biomedical applications.
Machine learning workshop, R Ladies Philly, Dec 2, 2019
A brief introduction to machine learning and hands-on exercise of building models to predict the alcohol concentration of beers from a beer review dataset.
Introduction to R seminar, University of Tulsa, Aug 25, 2017
An immersive, “bootcamp” styled seminar designed to rapidly build student proficiency in R programming. The seminar is conducted over a long weekend or similarly condensed timeframe in a computer laboratory setting.
Precalculus instructor, University of Tulsa, Jan 11, 2016
I prepare 30+ students for the study of calculus.
Calculus I & II teaching assistant, University of Tulsa, Jan 13, 2014
I lead Calculus I & II problem-solving sections and design and grade quizzes. I had 200+ students over the course of four semesters.
Natural science tutors, University of Tulsa, Feb 7, 2011
I tutor students (including many student athletes) in math, physics and chemistry. I also worked in Math Lab - a free, walk-in tutor service for students at all levels.