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Mathematics and computer science educator

John Albert Lutts, American mathematics and computer science educator. Chairperson PTO of Furnace Brook School, Quincy, 1987-1990; vice president Quincy (Massachusetts) Citizens for Quality Education, 1989-1992. Member Mathematics Association American.

Background

Lutts, John Albert was born on February 26, 1932 in Baltimore. Son of John A. and Hilda L. (Kostelak) Lutts.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Spring Hill College, 1957; Master of Arts in Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania, 1959; Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania, 1961; Licentiate of Sacred Theology in Theology, Woodstock College, 1965.

Career

Lecturer, Loyola College, Baltimore, 1964; assistant professor, Loyola College, Baltimore, 1965-1966; senior engineer, Westinghouse Aerospace Division, Baltimore, 1966; assistant professor, University Massachusetts, Boston, 1966-1970; associate professor, University Massachusetts, Boston, since 1970. Consultant in computer science Quincy (Massachusetts) Schools, 1982-1983.

Membership

Chairperson PTO of Furnace Brook School, Quincy, 1987-1990. Vice president Quincy (Massachusetts) Citizens for Quality Education, 1989-1992. Member Mathematics Association American.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: reading mysteries.

Connections

Married June 10, 1967. Children: Judith, John, Eric, Irene, Claire, Paul, Laetitia.

father:
John A. Lutts

mother:
Hilda L. (Kostelak) Lutts

spouse:
June 10

children:
John Lutts

Claire Lutts

Paul Lutts

Irene Lutts

Judith Lutts

Eric Lutts

Laetitia Lutts