My research interests include commutative ring theory, applied algebraic topology, data science, mathematics education, and the history of Black mathematicians. Within commutative ring theory, I have published work related to factorization in algebraic objects such as polynomial rings, monoids, and numerical semigroup algebras, and most recently have considered factorization in power series rings. For the past two years I have worked to broaden my research in commutative algebra to applied algebraic topology. My current work is at the intersection of applied algebraic topology and metric (measure) geometry, with a particular focus on applications to electoral redistricting.

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