The Good Stuff
I have been blessed with a wonderful family. My wife (Jamie) and I were married in 2006, shortly after receiving our undergraduate degrees. We make a great team; we are
both statisticians and attended graduate school together. We studied together then, and she continues to be an invaluable resource when it comes to course development and
bouncing ideas off someone when I am doing research. After graduate school, she went on to work for several years at BD Technologies aiding in cellular biology research before
choosing to become a stay-at-home-mom when our first daughter was born. Our oldest daughter was born in early 2012, and has the sweetest demeanor and can often be found with a book.
Our second daughter was born during a snowstorm in early 2014 (that's a story in and of itself). She is a little ball of energy who is eager to share what is on her mind (probably at
the top of her lungs).
I was a part of the Rose-Hulman chapter of InterVarsity (IV) throughout my undergraduate career. Now that I am
back on campus, I enjoy serving the chapter as the faculty advisor. This Christian group is dedicated to seeing every corner of campus transformed through the power of the gospel.
In 2018, I got into sailing. For those in the area, I highly recommend the Lake Monroe Sailing Association. There is no better
deal in the state than getting certified on their small boat fleet, and it is a great way to get into sailing. We now have a 14.5 foot daysailer, which I enjoy taking out whenever
I have an opportunity.