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Alumni Success

Yuri Grigoryev was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army.  He is assigned to the 82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg, NC, and plans to pursue a graduate degree in robotic engineering.

 Jeffery Klaves teaches mathematics Hobbton High School, Sampson County, NC.

Zachary Jones is a student in the PhD program in chemistry at West Virginia University.

Nick Lemister is a student in the Campbell University School of Pharmacy.

Eric Sherrer is a software verification engineer at Inlet Technologies, Raleigh, NC.  He is also pursuing an MBA in Campbell University’s Lundy Fetterman School of Business.

Emily Smith is teaching mathematics at Midway High School, Sampson County, NC. She is also pursuing an M.Ed. in the Campbell University School of Education.

Ann S. DeBoever is Mathematics Department Head at Catawba Valley Community College.

Adam Galemore (BS, Mathematics, 2006) is a survey statistician for the US Census Bureau.

Billy Greene (BS, Mathematics, MEd, Mathematics Education) is the head wrestling coach at Campbell University as well as an adjunct mathematics instructor.

Amy Maxey (BS, Mathematics with Teacher Licensure 1995) is a mathematics teacher at West Forsyth High School and was named 2008-09 Teacher of the Year for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.

Lee Ann Spahr (BS, Mathematics) is Mathematics Chair at Durham Technical Community College.

James Wilson (BS, Mathematics, 2008) received a graduate assistantship from the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Clemson University. He is currently studying toward an MS in Mathematical Sciences with a concentration in Statistics. His research is focused on the maximum likelihood estimation of hidden Markov fields with the motivation to create a system which can quickly and efficiently detect disease outbreaks in the United States by modeling the relationships among America's hospitals in both time and space.