**CURRENT PHD SUPERVISION**

Tuya Sa, “Investigating the impact of aesthetics on mathematical understanding”.

Saf Shah, on formal and informal proving, example use in mathematics, and proof construction and validation.

**Loughborough University (Lecturer in Mathematics Education)**

Autumn 2018, 2019 & 2020 *Core Mathematics 1.* Module coordinator, lecturer.

First year mathematics for electrical engineering students.

Autumn 2019 *Methods, Philosophy and Frontiers of Physical Science*. Guest lecturer.

Philosophy of Science for first year Physics students.

**University of St Andrews (Associate Lecturer)**

Spring 2018 *Philosophy of Logic*. Lecturer.

St Andrews/Stirling Joint Programme Mlitt. Graduate Philosophy course.

Jointly planned and delivered with Kevin Scharp.

*Reasoning*. Lecturer.

First year introduction to logic and argumentation.

*Advanced Logic*. Lecturer, small-group tutor.

Final year undergraduate course.

Autumn 2017*Intermediate Logic*. Module coordinator, lecturer, small-group tutor.

Second year formal and philosophical logic course.

**University of Oxford (Postdoctoral Researcher)**

Summer 2017 *Philosophy of Mathematics*.

Oxford-style tutorial course, one-on-one, with a specially designed course syllabus.

Spring 2017*Elements of Deductive Logic*. Tutor.

First year course on formal logic, delivered to two tutorial groups.

**St Andrews (PhD student)**

Spring 2016 *Honours Prize Seminar***: **“Knowing How and Mathematical Proof”.

A five-part lecture course designed and delivered jointly with Josh Habgood-Coote. We looked at modern epistemology and how it can be applied in fruitful new ways to the philosophy of mathematics.

2013-16

PhD Tutor for modules on: *Meaning and Knowing*; *Intermediate Logic*; *Reasoning and Knowledge*; *Modern Philosophy from Descartes to Kant*; *Formal and Philosophical Logic*.

##### Diversity Reading List

Here you can find a link to the reading group blueprint I created for the Diversity Reading List, on the topic “People and Proofs”:

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