Life at Wittenberg
Graduation Year: 2010
Major: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Department Activities: I took an independent study in cryptography from Kyle Burke in the computer science department.
Extra Curricular Activities: I was highly involved with Wittenberg’s chapter of Campus Crusade for Christ.
Most Helpful Courses: For the classes I’ve been in thus far in grad school, Math 210 (intro to Analysis or whatever its called), Matrix Algebra, and Abstract Algebra have been most helpful.
Most Helpful Experiences: This isn’t related to school work particularly, but having great, close friends that are always so close by was probably the best and most helpful part of the college experience for me.
Courses You Wish You Would’ve Taken: I would probably have a better start on a lot of concepts if I had taken Real Analysis and Linear Algebra
Grad School: Air Force Institute of Technology
Degree: Masters in Mathematics
First Job: Internship for AVETEC (in Springfield, OH) doing open source counterspace research for NASIC.
Current Job: Research Assistant
To understand and implement a robust algorithm for image processing for a chromotomography instrument using a rotating direct vision prism as a dispersive element.
Internships: In the summer, check with AVETEC (they’re always looking for local students for their internships) and look at Wright-Patt (they just have so many positions).
Marital status: Single
New Hobbies: I play a good amount of Magic the Gathering
Email: adugger AT gmail.com
Currently Living in: Dayton, OH Updated 10/17/10