Tara's Teaching Schedule
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At Cornell, I have taught:
Math 7520 - Berstein Seminar on the Geometry and Topology of 4-manifolds
Math 4310, Cornell's advanced Linear Algebra course.
Math 4320, Cornell's Abstract Algebra course.
Math 7520 (Berstein Seminar on Equivariant Topology)
Graduate course in Equivariant Symplectic Geometry
Visited MSRI/Berkeley, co-organized MSRI Graduate Student Learning Seminar
The Berstein Seminar in Toric Topology
Math 223 (Theoretical Linear Algebra and Calculus, 1st semester)
The course webpages below may have incorrect links. Peruse them at your own peril! If you want any items from these pages and cannot get at them, send me email. (tsh(at)math.cornell.edu)
At UConn, I taught the following courses:
Math 374 (Algebraic topology II)
While a post doc at Berkeley, I taught:
Math 110 (Linear algebra -- Fall 2002)
Math 113 (Abstract algebra -- Spring 2003)
Math 110 (Linear algebra -- Fall 2003)
As a grad student at MIT, I taught:
During the fall of 2000 at MIT, I taught a recitation for 18.06 (Linear Algebra).
During the fall of 2000, I also had the opportunity to be teaching at ArsDigita University. I taught a month-long course on Mathematics for Computer Science, in which we covered parts of single variable calculus and basic linear algebra. I taught rectations for Discrete Mathematics, in which we covered some basic combinatorics, graph theory, logic, and algorithm analysis. My thoughts on teaching at ADU are here.
During the fall of 1999, I taught a recitation of 18.01 (Single variable calculus)
I have evaluations from my courses.
I have a teaching statement in html.