Riley High graduate, University of Notre Dame, University of California Berkeley.
Adam Boocher wrote in his Foundation application that he ‘discovered’ math in high school. He’s been winning awards and working with younger math students ever since. After finishing his PhD. at the University of California Berkeley, he moved to the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, in January 2014 for a position doing post-doctoral research and teaching. The summer of 2015 he returned to the U.S. for a similar position at the University of Utah. His areas of interest are algebra, geometry and combinatorics.
The Foundation partners with a variety of local financial and community organizations that share our interest in supporting education. Our partnerships with 1st Source Bank, Teachers Credit Union, and the Notre Dame Federal Credit Union have resulted in additional scholarship opportunities for local students and support for our College Fair.
If your organization is interested in investigating ways that it can make a difference through the funding of scholarships or other educational pursuits, we encourage you to contact Jeanne Blad, Foundation Development Director at (574) 259-0522.