Levi Lorenzo

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University of Colorado-Boulder
Department of Mathematics
Graduate Student


Office: MATH 201
Email: levi(dot)lorenzo(at)colorado(dot)edu
MARC Hours: Wed 3 PM for Fall 2021

Background

Ph.D. Candidate in Mathematics at University of Colorado Boulder, August 2019 - Present

B.A in Mathematics at Hamilton College , May 2019

Born and raised in Rochester, NY. 2015 Graduate of Brighton High School.

Research

I am a third year graduate student in the Mathematics Department at the University of Colorado Boulder, and my advisor is Robin Deeley.

Talks

"Index Divisibility in Dynamically Generated Sequences of Rational Polynomials" at MathFest 2018 (w/ Annie Schenck ) - Received award for Outstanding Presentation

Teaching

Instructor

Course Semester(s)
MATH 2300 Calculus II Fall 2020
MATH 1300 Calculus I Spring 2021
MATH 2300 Calculus II Fall 2021

Teaching Assistant

Course Semester(s)
MATH 1300 Calculus 1 Fall 2019
MATH 1300 Calculus 1 Spring 2020

Student Feedback Form

Tutoring

I tutor both individuals and groups in elementary, middle school, high school, and undergraduate mathematics, with the exception of students taking a course at CU that I am currently teaching (Calc 2 for Fall 2021).

My Individual rate is $50/hour. Group Rate negotiable. Please contact me via email if interested.

levi(dot)lorenzo(at)colorado(dot)edu

Non-Math Interests

It is important to take time away from math to let your subconscious work on a problem!

When not doing math, I like to hike/run/climb/skin up mountains and hike/run/ski down them. Ask me about my favorites!

I listen to a lot of podcasts. Ask me about my favorites!

I like to listen to 70s/80s country and 90s/00s rap. Ask me about my favorites! :)