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The research Chinwendu Enyioha (’08) conducts in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., is based on mathematical theories and functions he studied at Gardner-Webb University. The GWU atmosphere allowed him to investigate topics suited to his interests, giving him a foundation to explore innovative ideas. “The size of the math department and faculty-student ratio allowed me to harness the focused attention and mentorship that professors were willing to offer,” he assessed.
California Institute of Technology, Chinwendu Enyioha, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Fontaine Scholar, Ford Foundation, GWU Scholastic Achievement, Harvard, Mathematical Association of America, Robert Bosch GmbH in Stuttgart (Germany), University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania
Office of University Communications, "Math Studies Prepared Gardner-Webb Grad to Explore Innovative Ideas" (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 907.