Dr. Daniel Kiteck
I love teaching at Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) because of the authentic Christian fellowship, the curious and fun-loving students, and the high quality academic community. Three students immediately come to mind. I had an absolute blast advising Tyler (2011), Matthew (2014) and Luke (2015) in deep, uncharted mathematics, and I look forward to adventures with new students. I am proud of Tyler whose work was published in a respected journal of mathematics.
We have math alumni literally all over the world in education, government, and industry. One cannot go wrong majoring in mathematics, and not only in terms of one's future career, but also in terms of intellectual and personal growth. Mathematics literally touches on all aspects of life. In IWU's math classes, students have told me that they have been very challenged, but at the same time have had tons of fun. The math students grow close. I know of math grads meeting together at informal reunions. If you have ANY questions, please do not hesitate to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or any of our other math faculty.
- B.A., Mathematics, Music Minor, 2001, Asbury University
- M.A., Mathematics, 2003, University of Kentucky
- Ph.D., Mathematics, 2008, University of Kentucky