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mathematics professor

Arlene F. Sego, American mathematics professor. Named Cleveland Businesswoman of Month, Business and Professional Women Medina County Working Woman of Year, 1983; recipient American Association of University Women award, 1983, Shell Merit fellowship, 1965.

Background

Sego, Arlene F. was born on March 13, 1938 in Cleveland. Daughter of Henry John and Hazel Elizabeth (Kunkle) Frontroth.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Indiana University Pennsylvania, 1959. Master of Science in Natural Sciences, Arizona State University, 1962.

Career

Teacher West High School, Cleveland, 1959—1961, head department mathematics, 1962—1966. Assistant professor mathematics Cuyahoga Community College, Parma, 1966—1969, associate professor, 1969—1972, professor, since 1972, head department, faculty marshall, 1972. President Typographics Group Inc.

Program coordinator, director adult programs West High, Cleveland, 1966—1967, coordinator Head Start Program, 1966.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Good Buddy.

Membership

Leader Girl Scouts United States of America, Cleveland, 1962—1964. Member of American Association of University Women, American Association of University Professors, Association Women in Mathematics, Ohio Association Community Junior Colleges (secretary 1969-1970), Brunswick Chamber of Commerce (director, president), Greater Cleveland Council Teachers (president 1966-1967), Ohio Council Teachers, Mathematics Association America, National Council Teachers, Zonta Club (director, treasurer), Delta Kappa Gamma (treasurer), Alpha Sigma Alpha.

Connections

father:
Henry John Frontroth

mother:
Hazel Elizabeth (Kunkle) Frontroth