I am a computer science lecturer, focusing on the introductory COS
sequence, most recently precepting COS217 and COS126. (Fun fact:
by the time the class of '16 graduates, over half of y'all will have taken
My academic interests include distributed computing and storage, and
software and best practices for computer science and engineering
education. Outside the office, I love reading (ranging from art history
nonfiction to formulaic techno-thrillers), watching college sports, and
playing tennis. I'm also trying, little by little, to improve at both French
and ice skating -- though usually not at the same time!
I arrived at Princeton in 2010 after completing my Ph.D. at the
University of Notre Dame du Lac. My undergraduate degree is from the
College of William and Mary in Virginia.