I graduated from Upper Merion High School (King of Prussia, PA) in 1994 with a grade point average, and from Harvey Mudd College (Claremont, CA) in 1998 with a B.S. in Mathematics and a slightly worse one. I began attending Stanford University as a graduate student in Computer Science in the fall of 1998. After multiple leaves of absence (read an amusing fake press release), I finally finished my masters degree in June of 2003.
In January of 2003, I began an online MBA at Cardean University, a joint venture of U Chicago's GSB, Stanford's GSB, the Columbia Business School, etc. I'll probably finish in 2005 sometime. I've been known to take community college classes at places like De Anza College, and I'm seriously considering applying to UC Berkeley's Ocean Engineering Masters program for Fall '04. As you can tell, I'm an education addict, constantly giving in to the temptation to learn.
During the spring of '97, I participated in the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Program. I learned a little hungarian and a lot of math and in general had a good 'ol time.
Here is a compilation of the times, during my undergraduate career, that I was mentioned in Campus Security reports.
My academic interests include:
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