Small Hall, 112
156 Engineer’s Way
Charlottesville, VA 22904


I grew up in rural Mississippi and had the opportunity to attend the state's math and science school. After double-majoring in math and German, and two years abroad, my husband and I began graduate school here at UVA. We've been in Charlottesville ever since, as I began teaching in APMA shortly after graduation. We have five children, who all like numbers.


​B.S. Mathematics, University of Arkansas, 2004

B.A. German, University of Arkansas, 2004

Ph.D. ​University of Virginia, 2010

I loved math classes in college because they taught me how to think logically. I hope to convey the same skills to my students.

Diana Dunn Morris Lecturer in Applied Mathematics