Together with Alison Miller, I organize the Open Neighborhood Seminar. This is a colloquium series that gives undergraduate students a glimpse into modern areas of mathematical research and a venue to get to know each other as well as more senior members of the department.

In the Spring of 2018, together with Hector Pasten, I organized the first Snapshots of Math at Harvard, a biannual series of talks by young researchers in the department.

At the University of Chicago, I was one of the organizers of the Student Representation Theory Seminar.

In Fall 2012, I organized the Geometric Invariant Theory Seminar, under the supervision of Prof. Victor Ginzburg. Here are some notes from my talks.


In Fall 2013, Sergei Sagatov and I organized WOMP, the two-week orientation program for new graduate students in the math department at UChicago.