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E-mail: jwenzel at albion.edu
Department of Mathematics
and Computer Science
Albion College, 4799 Kellogg Center, Albion, MI 49224
I retired in May 2003 and was granted emeritus rank. I moved to Saint Paul, Minnesota that summer and I have been one course per semester teaching at the College of Saint Catherine. In the fall of 2003, I taught Mathematics 105, Mathematics in Contemporary Society, and that winter I taught Economics 225, Statistics for Economics and Business. In 2004-2005, I taught Mathematics 110, Statistical Analysis in the fall and Mathematics 114, Calculus II in the winter. I will be teaching Statistical Analysis again in the fall of 2005.
The email address indicated above should continue to work. I am always glad to hear from students and alumni.
April 2003 was
Mathematics and Art
It was one of my favoritetopics for Mathematics Awareness Month.
I lived in Albion, MI, from 1969 to July 2003. I am originally from Wheaton, Illinois.
I received my B.A. in mathematics (1963) from Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, and my M.A. (1965) and Ph.D. (1969) in mathematics from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
I have taught abroad:
Mr first sabbatical leave was spent at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, TN (1977-78) in the GLCA/ACM Science Semester and the second was spent at the University of Oregon in Eugene, OR (1984-85 and the summers of 1987 and 1988) where I was an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science and taught Data Structures twice and Introduction to Computer Science once.
I accepted a three-year reassignment to an administrative post as the acting associate director of Academic Computing and then as interim co-director of Information Technology.
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