Dustin is a second year GK-12 graduate teaching fellow and sixth year doctoral student in mathematics at the CUNY Graduate Center. His primary area of research is algebraic topology, though he also works in category theory and mathematical logic. Dustin received B.S. in Computer Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). He has industry experience, having worked at Google. He was also a Technology Fellow at the Graduate Center for four years. As a GK-12 graduate teaching fellow who worked at Thurgood Marshall Academy he developed a course in probability and game theory with the help of some very bright students. Dustin expects to receive his Ph.D. in the spring of 2011 and has accepted a teaching position in the Mathematics Department at Manhattan College in New York City.