This page describes a few of the service and outreach activities I have been involved in. A more complete list can be found on my curriculum vitae.
One thing I have enjoyed is organizing various department events. For example, I organized a general audience lecture by David Brown about the history of cryptography and this lecture by Bob Rogers about connections between mathematics and other fields. Another fun (for some) event was Pi(e) a Professor.
More formally, I am currently the course coordinator for Introductory Statistics (MAT 102) at Niagara University and also coordinate the scheduling of the math department's common final exams. I was the chair of our search committee during the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 academic years.
Beyond the department, I have served on Niagara University's Academic Senate since 2018. I have also been a member of the Senate Standards and Reporting Committee; the Senate Academic Policy Committee; and the Senate Academic Standards, Planning, and Support Services Committee. I was also part of a team that revised the internal grant programs offered by the Niagara University Research Council.
Professionally, I have refereed papers and reviewed grant proposals. I have co-organized a Special Session on Geometric Group Theory and a Special Session on Geometric Group Theory and Dynamics at AMS sectional meetings. As a postdoc, I also co-organized an iteration of the Redbud Topology Conference.