Office: DRL 4C11
Email : jhois at sas.upenn.edu
I am a fifth-year PhD student in the Mathematics Department at the University of Pennsylvania. I am interested in Riemannian geometry and geometric analysis, and my advisor is Christopher Croke.
During the Fall 2017 Semester, I am the TA and grader for Math 600: Geometric Analysis and Topology with Prof. Ziller. My office hours are Mondays and Wednesdays, noon to 1pm.
During the 2016-2017 academic year I did not teach, but I was a graduate fellow with the Center for Teaching and Learning. You can find information about upcoming CTL events here.
In previous semesters at Penn, I have been a TA for the following classes:
Math 240 Calculus III, with Prof. Panova, Spring 2016
Math 202 Proving Things: Analysis, with Prof. Grassi, Fall 2015
Math 241 Calculus IV, with Prof. Kazdan, Spring 2015
Math 240 Calculus III, with Prof. Shaneson, Fall 2014
In the 2015 summer term, I taught a section of Math 170, Ideas in Mathematics, an introduction to math and mathematical reasoning for students from the humanities and social sciences. You should be able to find the syllabus, assignments and exams here soon.