Ellen Hetland Fenwick is both a computer programmer and a mathematician. She holds a PhD in mathematics from Temple University, School of Science and Technology, 1976.

Other credits include: MA Bryn Mawr College; BA Rutgers University. Ellen taught mathematics at Rutgers University, Drexel University, and the New Jersey Institute of Technology, et alia. Dr. Fenwick once authored the column, “Ars Nova,” for the *Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly*.

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Ellen,

Did you ever teach at Spring Garden (not the Garden of Eden)?

Bob Peckman (the weird physics teacher)

Hi Ellen: My email address, which I have had forever and a day, (or n to the google power of time or is that the number of particles in the universe) I have in honor of your Calculus class at Drexel. When you taught us about limits. But I seemed to have spelled xeno wrong. Hope all is well. Scott