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Teaching

I normally teach two courses per semester; one course is typically in the undergraduate Mathematics curriculum, and the other course is part of our graduate program in Computational Operations Research.
In the spring of 2017, I am teaching Math 106: Elementary Probability and Statistics and Csci 648: Network Optimization.



Summary of William & Mary Teaching Evaluations

The following summarizes my teaching evaluations at William & Mary. The overall teaching effectiveness score is out of 5 (where 1 is the lowest and 5 is the highest possible score). The departmental average for the relevant semester is listed in italics for comparison.

Course F12 S13F13S14F14S15S16 F16 Average
MATH 106 4.16 4.41 4.44 4.46,4.14 4.54 4.36
( 3.93) ( 3.82) ( 3.75) ( 4.01)(3.93)
MATH 323 4.22 4.22
( 4.10)
MATH 3513.87 3.87
( 3.90)
MATH 401 4.26 4.26
( 3.79)
CSCI 628 4.33 4.56 4.55 4.364.45
( 3.83) ( 3.90)( 3.78)(4.04)
CSCI 648 4.79 4.70 4.745
( 4.00)( 3.87)
CSCI 688 4.55 5.0 4.775
( 3.87) ( 3.79)
Average 4.1 4.475 4.485 4.495 4.405 4.46 4.53 4.45 4.43




Courses Taught (organized by topic)

Mathematical Optimization

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Probability and Statistics

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Computer Science Algorithms

College of William and Mary Tsinghua University
  • Introduction to Computer Science (Fall 2008, Fall 2009)
  • Advanced Algorithms (Spring 2010)







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