Life at Wittenberg
Graduation Year: 1999
Major: Computer Science
Extra Curricular: Lambda Chi Alpha, Resident Assistant, Community Workshop, Newman Club
Most Helpful Courses: Computer Programming 250, Principles of Programming Languages, Math Sequence (201,202,205)
Courses You Wish You Would’ve Taken: Object Oriented Programming and Database Fundamentals. OO program since most projects in my line of work. Database Fundamentals since most projects require a relational data store. These concepts provide practical experience for students entering the workforce after graduation.
Most Helpful Experiences: Fraternity and my Math CS classes. Fraternity laid the foundation for dealing with life situations, working with difficult people, and coming together for a common goal. Math and Computer Science classes taught me to thinking outside the box and I was challenged everyday where I did not have the luxury to “breeze” through my classes.
Graduation Year: 2004
Degree: MBA in Finance
First Job: Consultant/Developer at Newmedia
Current Job: Lead Developer
Lead Developer in National City’s Business Process Management group. Responsible for delivery of process management solutions. Work primarily on both the .NET and J2EE platforms. Also work with off-shore development teams.
Marital status: Partner
New Hobbies: Running. Completed a marathon in 2007. Started learning how to play volleyball this year. Coach recreation league basketball.
Email: mschenz AT hotmail.com
Currently Living in: Cleveland, OH Updated 4/13/09