- 18.S996 (Applied Math for Pure Mathematicians), MIT, Fall 2014
- 18.504 (Seminar in Logic), MIT, Spring 2015

- 18.510 (Introduction to Mathematical Logic and Set Theory), MIT, Fall 2013
- 18.A34 (Mathematical Problem Solving), MIT, Fall 2013
- 18.504 (Seminar in Logic), MIT, Spring 2013
- 18.995 (Applied Math for Pure Mathematicians), MIT, Fall 2012
- 18.A34 (Mathematical Problem Solving), MIT, Fall 2012
- 18.510 (Introduction to Mathematical Logic and Set Theory), MIT, Fall 2011
- 18.504 (Seminar in Logic), MIT, Spring 2011
- 18.995 (Applied Math for Pure Mathematicians), MIT, Fall 2010
- Combinatorics, PROMYS 2009
- CIMPA-UNESCO-Philippines Research School on Semidefinite Programming in Algebraic Combinatorics, July 2009
- EIDMA/DIAMANT minicourse, March 2008
- Paradoxes and the Foundations of Mathematics, SIMUW 2007
- The Mathematics of Error Correcting Codes, taught with Nati Linial, Madhu Sudan, and Alex Samorodnitsky, Oberwolfach seminar (for graduate students and postdocs), October 2006
- Theory of Equations, SIMUW 2006 (see here for problem sets and handouts)
- Math 581G (Exceptional Structures in Mathematics), taught with Charles Doran, University of Washington, Fall 2005
- Sphere Packings: Exceptional Geometric Structures and Connections to other Fields, taught with Robert Griess and Achill Schuermann, Oberwolfach seminar (for graduate students and postdocs), November 2005
- Combinatorics, SIMUW 2005
- Theory of Equations, SIMUW 2004
- Combinatorics, SIMUW 2003
- Math 583CA (Mathematical Logic), University of Washington, Spring 2003
- Math 1b (Calculus), Harvard University, Spring 2000
- Tutorial on mathematical logic and foundations of mathematics, Harvard University, Fall 1999
- Tutorial on cryptography, Harvard University, Spring 1999
- Math 21a (Multivariable Calculus), Harvard University, Fall 1998
- Tutorial on probabilistic proof systems, Harvard University, Fall 1997
- Designed and taught a ten-session math class for fourth graders in the spring of 1997 for the Math Circle program
- Course assistant for Math 212a (graduate Real Analysis), Harvard University, Fall 1996
- Counselor at the Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists at Boston University during the summers of 1992 through 1995, head counselor in 1996, and recitation instructor in 1997 and 1998
- Designed and taught an "Introduction to Proofs" class (not for credit) at MIT with Ben Raphael during January of 1994 and 1995, to prepare non-majors for taking proof-based mathematics classes
- Designed and taught ten-week weekend courses in mathematics for high school students as part of MIT's Educational Studies Program in the springs of 1992 through 1995, as well as one-weekend fall courses

A few definitions: At Harvard a tutorial is a two hour per week course for advanced undergraduates designed and taught by a graduate student (who both lectures and also supervises individual projects on which the students write term papers and deliver lectures). A course assistant runs weekly review classes to supplement the main lectures and grades problem sets.

- Stephanie Vance, University
of Washington, Ph.D. received 6/2009
- Dissertation: Lattices and Sphere Packings in Euclidean Space
- Now working for the U.S. government.

- Chris Hanusa, University
of Washington, Ph.D. received 6/2005
- Dissertation: A Gessel-Viennot-type Method for Cycle Systems and Applications to Aztec Pillows
- Now working at Queens College.

- Yufei Zhao, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2010 through 8/2010, 6/2011 through 8/2011, 6/2013 through 8/2013, and 6/2014 through 8/2014
- Matthew de Courcy-Ireland, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2014 through 8/2014
- Gregory Minton, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2011 through 8/2011, 6/2012 through 8/2012, and 6/2013 through 8/2013
- Forest Tong, MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 6/2013 through 8/2013
- Fan Wei, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2012 through 8/2012
- Daniel Fremont, MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 6/2012 through 8/2012
- Nathan Kaplan, Microsoft Research New England, 9/2011 through 12/2011
- Edinah Gnang, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2011 through 8/2011
- Sonya Vohra, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2011 through 8/2011
- Daniel Kane, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2010 through 8/2010
- Nadia Heninger, Microsoft Research New England, 12/2009 through 2/2010 and 6/2010 through 8/2010
- Swastik Kopparty, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2009 through 8/2009
- Shubhangi Saraf, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2009 through 8/2009
- Jeechul Woo, Microsoft Research New England, 8/2008 through 12/2008 and 6/2009 through 8/2009
- Yakov Kerzhner, Microsoft Research, 6/2007 through 8/2007
- Blair Sullivan, Microsoft Research, 6/2007 through 8/2007
- Jeffrey Wang, Microsoft Research, 6/2007 through 8/2007
- Bryden Cais, Microsoft Research, 6/2005 through 8/2005
- Brandon Ballinger, University of Washington VIGRE program, 9/2004 through 6/2005
- Noah Giansiracusa, University of Washington VIGRE program, 9/2004 through 6/2005
- Elizabeth Kelly, University of Washington VIGRE program, 9/2004 through 6/2005
- Jonathan Kelner, Microsoft Research, 6/2004 through 8/2004
- Abhinav Kumar, Microsoft Research, 6/2002 through 8/2002, 8/2003, and 6/2004 through 8/2004
- Adam Smith, Microsoft Research, 6/2003 through 8/2003
- Scott Sheffield, Microsoft Research, 6/2001 through 8/2001
- Jared Weinstein, Microsoft Research, 6/2001 through 8/2001
- Vis Taraz, MIT Summer Program in Undergraduate Research, 6/1998 through 8/1998