Sarah Brauner

Current Teaching:

I am currently advising UMN senior Maxwell McKinney on his Senior Project about chip-firing on McKay-Cartan quivers. I am also advising UMN juniors Annika Christiansen and Nhung Pham on a research project about symmetries of divisors on graphs.

In summer 2021, I will be a junior faculty member at BEAM Summer Away.

Past Teaching:

In Fall 2019 and Spring 2020, I was a TA for the year-long Calculus II course through the University of Minnesota Talented Youth Mathematics Program (UMTYMP).

In summer 2019, I was a teaching assistant for the annual UMN REU in combinatorics. Look here for details.

In fall 2018, I did a directed reading project on Graph Theory with a UMN undergraduate.

During the summer of 2018, I taught a course in Logical Reasoning at BEAM (Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics) in New York City. BEAM is an awesome organization that brings advanced mathematics to low-income students.

I have also taught at the Saturday Enrichment Program through MathCEP at the University of Minnesota. In addition, I have worked as a volunteer teacher at the Franklin Learning Center at the Franklin Library in Minneapolis. There, I teach math to adults preparing for the GED.