Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Michigan

## TeachingIn Fall 2015 I taught two sections of
Math 116.
In Winter 2016 I taught a section of
Math 217
and a section of Math 451.
During the Fall 2016 semester, I am teaching two sections of Math 185.
Here you can find information about Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) at Michigan, the Math Circle, the Math Teachers' Circle, and the Undergraduate Math Club. |

*My research is in descriptive set theory, particularly Borel equivalence relations and countable group actions, but I am interested in logic generally
and in its connections with other areas of mathematics such as algebra and ergodic theory, as well as in the foundations, history, and philosophy of mathematics.*

- Locally nilpotent groups and hyperfinite equivalence relations
*with B. Seward, preprint.* - Simultaneous Reducibility of Pairs of Borel Equivalence Relations
*preprint.* - Combinatorics of reductions between equivalence relations
*with D. Hathaway, accepted for publication in*Discrete Mathematics. - A note on Cauchy integrability International Mathematical Forum, Vol. 9, 2014, no. 33, 1615-1620.
- Cardinal characteristics and countable Borel equivalence relations
*with S. Coskey, preprint.* - The conjugacy problem for the automorphism group of the random graph
*with S. Coskey and P. Ellis,*Archive for Mathematical Logic 50. 1-2 (2011); 215-221. - Countable Borel equivalence relations
*with S. Thomas*, Appalachian Set Theory 2006-2012, London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series 466, Cambridge University Press, 2013. - Ultraproducts of finite alternating groups
*with P. Ellis, S. Hachtman, and S. Thomas.*RIMS Kokyuroku, No. 1619 (2008), 1-7. - Borel superrigidity for actions of low rank lattices
*Ph.D. Thesis.*

Wake Forest email: schneism(at)wfu(dot)edu