Hello! I am an Associate Professor and the Broyles Eminent Scholars Chair in Computational Mathematics at Centenary College of Louisiana. I teach courses in both Computer Science and Mathematics.

I earned my Ph. D. in Computer Science at University of Wisconsin - Madison in August '07. I graduated from Kenyon College in May '98 with a B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy, and received my MS CS from UW-Madison in May '00.

My research interests include programming for the Android Operating System, Agent-Based Modeling, Combinatorial Game Theory, and Computer Science Education. My research at UW concentrated in Artificial Intelligence, and I worked in the Machine Learning Research Group under Professor Jude Shavlik on Biomedical Information Extraction using Inductive Logic Programming, where I was supported through a training fellowship from the Computation and Informatics in Biology and Medicine grant.

Say hello to my wife, Laura! We married ten years ago on July 5, 2003.