Web Page Building

In the fall of 2012 I built my first website, which turned out to be quite a challenge for someone who didn't know anything about building a website. I created a tutorial to help others with this process.

How to Build a UO Web Page

Advice for Graduate Students

When I applied for jobs in the fall of 2016, I started this page in order to collect examples (e.g. Research Statements) and advice that might be useful to the job hunt. Someday (when I actually know what I'm talking about) it will be full of advice for mathematics graduate students à la Terry Tao. Until then, enjoy the links!

Advice and Examples for the Job Search

Qualifying Exams

During the summer of 2014 I created two web pages in order to organize a large study group of graduate students who were taking the Algebra and Topology Qualifying Exams at the University of Oregon. You can find the topology page here and the algebra page here. Unless you are a graduate student at UO studying for a qualifying exam, you probably won't find these pages helpful. If you are a graduate student at another university studying for an Algebraic Topology qual based on Hatcher's book, then perhaps the Topology page would be helpful for you.

Note that some links might be broken, depending on if you're accessing the UO server locally, or if you are attempting to access another school's quals as I chose not to host any of these documents.