Andrew Hoffman '06
B.S. Computer Science; Cincinnati, Ohio
Anderson Summer Research Grant; 2005 IEEE International Design Competition; Office of Academic Support - Tutor; Department of Mathematics and Computer Science - Fellow; Mid-American Greek Council Association Conference; Lambda Chi Alpha Summer Leadership Seminar (International Ritual Team); Interfraternity Council: Anti-Hazing Week, "Go Greek! Week" Media Campaign, Philanthropy Open House; Ritual Round Tables; Lambda Chi Alpha, High Kappa - Fraternity Education; High Phi - Fraternity Ritualist; Men's Varsity Swim Team - 2003 Conference Finalist and NCAA All-American in 1,650 and 500 Freestyle, 2004 Conference Champion and NCAA qualifier in 1,650 Freestyle
Supporting comments: "As a student, Andy is responsible, capable, a hard worker, one who both asks and answers questions, and has a very positive influence in the classroom. He is always willing to help other students by discussing his own approaches to problems with them. In his fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha, he was instrumental in changing the 'Big Brother' selection process and revamping the education program to be more inclusive of the entire chapter. Other related activities included working to have more learning experiences with ritual and enhancing the chapter's understanding of it. Toward this purpose, Andy wrote a ceremony and had a formal dinner to recognize Dr. Woodyard for his long service to the chapter. As Interfraternity Council vice president, Andy essentially re-created every major program from scratch. Everything he did, each project he approached, he did guided by the creed and principles which guide Lambda Chi Alpha."