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Armstrong Atlantic State University Lorrie Hoffman - Professor and Head
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Old 07-14-2010, 11:45 AM
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When I was there we had 3 definite Act Sci students, and a few others who were leaning that way but never actually committed... and the CS department had become sort of a joke IMO



How did the FM course go? and who taught it?
The FM course was taught by a new prof, Dr. Schlieper. 4 of us continued through the summer as an independent study since we only made it through amortization. I'm signed up to take FM on 24 AUG. Terrified.
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I'm a dec 06 alum....i found that for such a small school the quality of math students was pretty darn good
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funny... I am also a Dec 06 alum
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I was simply pointing out that he/she referred to me as "quality" (should I put that on my resume?)

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