I have been fortunate to participate in the lives of some excellent individuals. Below you can find some information on my mathematical mentees at all levels.
Blake got his Ph.D with me at the University of South Carolina in 2018 with the thesis "Geometry of Derived Categories on Noncommutative Projective Schemes". After graduating, he moved to Lafayette University as a visiting Assisting Professor. In 2020, he started a tenure track Assistant Professor position at the University of Lousiana-Monroe. He is currently a Capitol One Professor there.
Alicia graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Ph.D in 2020 with the thesis "Rationality Questions and the Derived Category". Currently, she is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the National Science Foundation Research Training Group "Algebra, Geometry, and Topology" at the University of Utah. Next year, she will start NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Jess earned a Masters with me in 2019. Her thesis was titled "An Implementation of the Kapustin-Li Formula" which worked out a program to compute the Kapustin-Li formula for A_n singularties.
With the thesis "Windows and Generalized Drinfeld Kernels", Rob earned his Ph.D at the University of South Carolina in 2020. He is now a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Science and Mathematics at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.