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Chuck last attended Lake Superior State College in 1985 earning an Associate Degree in Natural Resources. After working in the land surveying industry for fourteen years he started his own cartography and GIS consulting business in 2004. In the fall of 2008 Chuck returned to LSSU to pursue a BS degree in the newly created Applied Geographic Information program. Chuck’s senior research project was a geospatial distribution analysis of applicants to LSSU. This study will help the university better understand its potential student market and lays the foundation for further research into how place influences the conversion of university applicants into students. Chuck plans to continue to grow his consulting business, No Boundaries Maps and Graphics, and resides in Sault Ste. Marie with his wife Bev and daughter Theresa.

Chuck McCready
2010 Oustanding Graduate
Applied Geographic Information Science

College of Arts, Letters, Social Sciences and Emergency Services

School of Communication Studies and the Fine & Performing Arts

Fine Arts Studies Department

Festival Productions

The Best of “Greater Tuna”
2001
Fall
Wolf Alice *
2002
Spring
Pace Festival, Georgia
A Ferlinghetti Primer *
2002
Fall
Suffer the Little Children *
2002
Fall
Petit Jean Festival, Arkansas
4 Great Lakes Folk Tales
2003
Spring
Pace Festival, Georgia
A Tree Telling of Orpheus *
2003
Fall
The Hollow Men
2004
Fall
Petit Jean Festival, Arkansas
3 Solo Performances (Drama, Novel, Poetry) *
2005
Spring
Oakland CC/Eastern Michigan University Festival, Orchard Ridge
Things Reveal Themselves (Three original personal narratives) *
2005
Spring
Northern Plains Festival, St. Cloud, Minnesota
Posers: Cultural Masculinities Exposed *
2006
Spring
Northern Plains Festival, St. Cloud, Minnesota
Down to the Café *
2007
Spring
Oakland CC/Eastern Michigan University Festival, Orchard Ridge
Proud Monster *
2008
Spring
Oakland CC/Eastern Michigan University Festival, Orchard Ridge
Running for the Storm Cellar from Escaping Tornado Season*
2010
Spring
Oakland CC/Eastern Michigan University Festival, Orchard Ridge

* denotes original scripting and adaptation

 

 

Using Mobile Applica- tions to Understand Modular Arithmetic Algorithms

Collin Baker

Modular arithmetic plays an important role in a variety of modern applications, including cryptography and coding theory. In this project, we will research a number of fundamental algorithms from the area of modular arithmetic, and develop software applications for mobile devices that can be used to illustrate and explain these algorithms.

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