I am an associate professor at the University of Kentucky
and my primary research area is
commutative and computational algebra,
with related interests in
homological algebra and algebraic geometry.
I graduated from
Rutgers University under the
supervision of
Wolmer V. Vasconcelos. During the period 199698
I was a visiting assistant professor at
Purdue University, where I
worked with Craig Huneke and Bill Heinzer.
During the period 199800 I was a visiting
research instructor at
Michigan State University, where I worked with
Bernd Ulrich.
I am at the University of Kentucky
in Lexington, since January 2001.
After my arrival in Lexington, I spent the 2002
Fall semester as a
general member of the Mathematical Sciences Research
Institute (MSRI)
in Berkeley. During the year 200405, I was the Rev. Kenna
visiting assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame,
where I worked with Claudia Polini.
I was on sabbatical leave and a visiting associate professor
at Purdue University during the year 200708. I am now back
to the University of Kentucky.
2017 Outstanding Teaching Award (College of A&S)
