Since 1949, UW Oshkosh has awarded over 2300 graduate and undergraduate degrees with a major or minor in mathematics. About 70% of our mathematics alumni have careers in education. Our alums teach in elementary schools, middle schools, high schools and colleges. We also have many alums who are programmers, engineers, and insurance, business or financial analysts.
Do you find yourself longing for simpler days when you studied Number Theory or Differential Equations in the classrooms of Swart Hall? Do you wonder what the mathematics faculty, staff, and students are up to now? The UWO Mathematics Department is delighted announce our second annual spring newsletter!
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with other UW Oshkosh alumni.
In this space we would like to post updates on what our alumni are doing.
- Jonathan Schreck (2006) is a Project Specialist at API Healthcare in Hartford, WI. He writes: "I have found that the analytical knowledge I've aquired allows me to better analyze situations and effectively act towards quick and effective solutions." He got married in 2009 and they had their first son, Brody, in 2010.
- Lori (Golner) Alvin (2005) finished her Ph.D. in Mathematics at UW-Milwaukee in May 2011 focusing on the area of low-dimensional dynamics. She has begun a tenure-track assistant professor position in mathematics and the University of West Florida.
- Keith J. Roberts (1964) has worked on mathematics curriculum development, co-authored mathematics textbooks, and worked in college and university administration. He is now retired and living in Wisconsin, but is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for International Studies in Education at the University of Pittsburgh.
- Joe Raab (1957) got his Ph. D. from UW Madison in 1967, taught at Metropolitan State College-Denver for twenty-six years, and then taught a few other colleges before finally retiring in 2008. Now he enjoys gardening, playing piano in the band Banjos 101 and restoring classic cars.