Life at Wittenberg
Graduation Year: 2008
Departmental Activities: Developed and proved a theorem based in combinatorics and presented at MAA Ohio Section spring meeting 2008. www.onu.edu/a+s/math/maa/maaprogram.pdf
Extracurricular Activities: Athletes for Christ/Athletes in Action and Intramurals
Most Helpful Classes: Real analysis, calculus, logic and critical reasoning, organic chemistry. All for the same reason: they taught me how to think productively.
Courses Wish Taken: I wish I had a better background in programming; I’m spending too much time teaching myself C++.
Most Helpful Experiences: Football was very helpful for all the clichés you hear from coaches everywhere. Pursuing my independend research was the most helpful academic experience; it showed me how to find a proof for a meaningful theorem.
Grad School: University of Cincinnati
Graduation Year: NA
Degree: Masters in Electrical Engineering
First Job: Bank Teller (temporary work until acceptance into graduate school)
Marital Status: Single
New Hobbies: My research is in Brain Computer Interface. I am still involved in Athletes In Action (at UC), as well as various other ministries. I am interested in theology/Christian studies.
Email: bervin61 AT gmail.com
Currently Living in: Cincinnati, OH Updated 11/09/10