If you're a student who is interested in working with me, please drop me an email and we can meet to discuss. As explained at length on my research interests page, I'm interested in combinatorics, with strong relations to group theory and topology, and with applications to certain problems in commutative algebra.

Don't worry if you don't know all the words on the research interests page, although it's helpful if you know some of them!
At Missisippi State, it would generally be useful to have had at least Foundations (MA 3053). Classes like Modern Algebra (MA 3163), Graph Theory (MA 4143), Discrete Math (MA 4133), Group Theory (MA 4163), or Topology (MA 4953) would also be useful and relevant.

The projects I have mostly involve either proving things, or computing things. (So it's better if you either have a good understanding of what a mathematical proof is, or else a good programming background.)

Master's projects and theses

Undergraduate research projects