For high school I was lucky enough to enroll at Concord Academy in Concord, Massachusetts. It took me an unfortunate amount of time to realize
my interest in academics and my high school grades showed it. However, it's almost entirely thanks to Concord Academy that I came to college with
such a strong background in mathematics and the sciences, for which I am quite thankful.

I started Connecticut College in the fall of 2012. Since then, I've mainly taken classes in the mathematics, computer science, and
classical languages departments, but I've also taken a few from other departments that I've found intriguing. I've included any relevant classes
below with a short summary of the work accomplished. These first classes were taken at Connecticut College.

MAT 210: Discrete Mathematics

Professor: Kathy McKeon

Text: Essentials of Discrete Mathematics - Hunter

Semester: Spring 2013

Grade: A

MAT 225: Ordinary Differential Equations

Professor: Sanjeeva Balasuriya

Text: Essentials of Discrete Mathematics - Hunter

Semester: Spring 2013

Grade: A-

MAT 226: Linear Algebra

Professor: Christopher Hammond

Text: Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications - Kolman and Hill

Semester: Fall 2012

Grade: A

MAT 301: Real Analysis

Professor: Perry Susskind

Text: Understanding Analysis - Abbott

Semester: Fall 2013

Grade: A

MAT 303: Abstract Algebra 1

Professor: Christopher Hammond

Text: A First Course in Abstract Algebra - Fraleigh

Semester: Spring 2014

Grade: A

MAT 306: Algebraic Combinatorics

Professor: Matthew Willis

Text: Enumerative Combinatorics - Stanley

Semester: Spring 2015

Grade: A

MAT 309: Complex Analysis

Professor: Perry Susskind

Text: A First Course in Complex Analysis - Beck et al.

Semester: Spring 2014

Grade: A

MAT 311: Advanced Linear Algebra

Professor: Christopher Hammond

Text: Linear Algebra Done Right - Axler

Semester: Fall 2013

Grade: A

Notes: This is without doubt my favorite course from Connecticut College. I consider it to be the first "Real Mathematics" course I've ever taken,
on account of it being the first course that was heavily proof-based.

MAT 392: Analytic Number Theory

Professor: Warren Johnson

Text: Notes on the Subject written by Warren Johnson

Semester: Spring 2014

Grade: A

COM 212: Data Structures

Professor: Christine Chung

Text: Data Structures and Algorithms in Java - Goldwasser et al.

Semester: Spring 2013

Grade: A

COM 304: Algorithms

Professor: Christine Chung

Text: Algorithms Design - Kleinberg and Tardos

Semester: Fall 2013

Grade: A

Notes: Algorithms is my favorite computer science course at Connecticut College. The professor, Christine Chung, forces students to consider problem solving and algorithmic analysis
in a way that they probably would never have otherwise considered. I TAed for this course in the Spring of 2015 and plan to again in the Spring of 2016.

COM 313: Algorithmic Game Theory

Professor: Christine Chung

Text: Games of Strategy - Dixit et al.

Semester: Spring 2015

Grade: A

Notes: This course gave us the opportunity to do projects relevant to the course work. I'll eventually provide a link here for the projects we did.

COM 315: Computer Networks

Professor: Bo Du (Adjunct)

Text: Networking: A Top Down Approach - Kurose and Ross

Semester: Spring 2014

Grade: A

COM 316: Artificial Intelligence

Professor: Gary Parker

Text: N/A

Semester: Spring 2014

Grade: A

ECO 292: Independent Study

Professor: Purba Mukerji

Text: Microeconomics of Banking - Freixas and Rochet

Semester: Spring 2013

Grade: A

Notes: This independent study lead to the Modeling project on the projects page. Reading through this text gave me the background necessary to actually
study the material.

I spent the Fall semester of 2014 abroad in Budapest, attending the Budapest Semester in Mathematics Program. I took 4 courses there and learned mathematics more quickly than
I have ever had to before. While the semester was certainly the hardest semester of mathematics I've ever had, this only pushed me to learn more mathematics than I had at Conn. BSM was
definitely a huge contributing factor to my decision to study mathematics and apply for PhD programs in Mathematics.

Advanced Abstract Algebra

Professor: Peter Hermann

Text: A Course in the Theory of Groups - Robinson

Semester: Fall 2014

Grade: A+

Introduction to Algebraic Geometry

Professor: Alex Küronya

Text: Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms: An Introduction to Computational Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra - Little

Semester: Fall 2014

Grade: A-

Functional Analysis

Professor: Máté Matolcsi

Text: Introductory Functional Analysis with Applications - Kreyszig

Semester: Fall 2014

Grade: B+

Notes: Despite my terrible grade, this has been my favorite course to date. I feel like I learned more mathematics in this course than any other course,
and I found the work to be very engaging.

Galois Theory

Professor: Mátyás Domokos

Text: Galois Theory - Stewart

Semester: Fall 2014

Grade: B+

My full academic transcript can be found here.