was born in Chicago, IL and raised by my parents Victoria
Charles White. I have two siblings: Michael and Catherine. I attended
Saint Clement School from K-8 and then Saint Ignatius High School,
where I began to develop my interest in mathematics by participating in
the math team. I next attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and
studied abroad in the Budapest Semester in Mathematics program before
starting my graduate career at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. There I studied
mathematics and computer science concurrently, completing my computer
science masters degree in 2012 (under the supervision of Danny
Krizanc), and my PhD in mathematics
in 2014 (under the supervision of Mark
Hovey). I began as an Assistant Professor at Denison in the fall of 2014.
I used to be a semi-professional beach volleyball player, but have
stopped playing competitively in recent years. I have since taken up
running, swimming, and rowing. I continue to coach volleyball in my
free time. I have been an assistant coach for the Bowdoin
NCAA women's teams, and as a head coach for the Bowdoin
club volleyball teams. If you need any drills you can email me.
Links (infrequently updated)
- My papers on the arXiv: in
mathematics, computer science, statistics, & economics.
- I'm an active contributor to MathOverflow.
can find my
- The Mathematics
- I am a member of the PMA Council, which advises the board of the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program.
- I am an editor for the Graduate Journal of Mathematics.
- I am a founding editor of the User's Guides project, first published under the banner of the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
- My affiliations and research visits: Denison University,
Universidad Austral de Chile (2017, 2018), the University of Kagoshima
(2017), the Max Planck Institute in Bonn (2016), the Universidad
Autonoma de Barcelona (2014, 2015), NSF-EAPSI
Fellow (2014), Macquarie
University (2014, 2016, 2017), Ohio State Newark (2014),
Wesleyan University (2008-2014), IMUB
at the University of Barcelona (2013, 2015, 2017), the
NSA (2010), University
of Utah and PCMI (2008),
Bowdoin College (2005-2008), Budapest
Semsters in Mathematics (2007), Wabash
- My academic family: Mark
- The Hopf
Topology Archive for papers.
- I am currently an administrator for Niles Johnson's
Topology Conference List. You can also look for conferences at
these links: AMS
Sectional Meetings, Topology
Topology Seminar, Sarah
Whitehouse's List of Topology Conferences (mostly in Europe), British
Topology Homepage, Algebraic
Topology listserv, Category
Type Theory Homepage.
- I was a founding member
and first President
of the Wesleyan
University AMS Student Chapter. You can start
your own student chapter, too. In case it helps, here is the Budget
Rules of Procedure we created.
Bowdoin math majors now in academia: Brett Smith, Susie Kimport, Alden
Palley, Taylor Arnold, Sam Kolins, Tracy McKay, Greg Kelsey, Micah
Miller, Rebecca Field, Emily Proctor, Emily Dryden, Margaret
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