Ph.D., Univ. of Connecticut (2013)
M.S., Univ. of Connecticut (2011)
B.A., State Univ. of NY at Potsdam (2006)
Alex strives to take mathematics out of the textbook and bring it into the real world for students. He particularly enjoys sharing the joys of introductory statistics. Alex's teaching incorporates group work, problem solving, applied examples and heavy doses of patience. He firmly believes that anyone can succeed in mathematics with dedication and hard work!
Alex's research is in the field of stochastic analysis and random dynamical systems. In general, he enjoys making connections between the theory and application of mathematics.