I’m a fourth year graduate student at the University of Washington studying probability. My advisor is Soumik Pal. My research involves using discrete random trees and random graphs to understand continuum objects connected to other areas of probability, i.e. random matrix theory.

- A new relationship between Erdős-Rényi graphs and epidemic models and Brownian motion with parabolic drift (June 2020)
- The Gorin-Shkolnikov identity and its random tree generalization (October 2019)

- Probability Seminar at the University of Washington. October 28, 2019. “The Gorin-Shkolnikov identity and its random tree generalization.”
- Data driven Problems in Mathematical Finance Session at INFORMS 2019 Annual Meeting. October 22, 2019. “The Gorin-Shkolnikov identity and its random tree generlization.”

**Office:** Padelford C-020

**Office Hours:** (Summer 2019) Online office hours on zoom

**E-mail:** djclancy ‘at’ uw ‘dot’ edu

Summer B Term 2020: MATH 307 Introduction to Differential Equations - Instructor

- Spring 2020: MATH 307B Introduction to Differential Equations - Instructor
- Winter 2020: MATH 307F Introduction to Differential Equations - Instructor
- Fall 2019: MATH 394 Probability I - Grader
- Summer 2019: MATH 309A Linear Analysis - Instructor
- Spring 2019: RA under Soumik Pal (no teaching)
- Winter 2019: MATH 307 B Introduction to Differential Equations - Instructor
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- Fall 2018: MATH 307 B Introduction to Differential Equations - Instructor
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- Spring 2018: MATH 125 AC/AD Calculus with Analytic Geometry II - TA
- Winter 2018: RA under Soumik Pal (no teaching)
- Fall 2017: MATH 111 AC/AD - Algebra with Applications - TA
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- Summer 2017: MATH 445 - Geometry for Teachers - Grader
- Spring 2017: MATH 125 BA/BB - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II - TA
- Winter 2017: MATH 125 BA/BB - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II - TA
- Fall 2017: MATH 125 BA/BB - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II - TA