- Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics: In 2020 I taught at BEAM, a summer mathematics camp for highly gifted 7th and 8th grade students from underrepresented backgrounds. I taught two sections of a course on computability theory titled "A problem that computers can NEVER solve".
Splash!: I spent several years volunteering for Splash!, an educational outreach program that brings high school students to college campuses to learn about any number of academic and recreational topics. I have given lectures at both USC and UCSD on the following topics:
- How do ants navigate without google maps?
- How to solve an impossible counting problem
- The mathematics of credit card security
- Beginner Yoga
- How do we assemble human genomes?
- Introduction to complexity theory
taste of science: In 2018 and 2019 I volunteered for the San Diego chapter of Taste of Science, an initiative designed to foster harmonious communication between academia and the surrounding community. We organized events in which professors would come to local bars to give informative, digestible talks on their research. I have helped organize events on the following topics:
- Cybersecurity and data privacy
- Genetics and 23&Me