Ph.D. American University. M.Phil., M.A., B.S. George Washington University.
Some French, Swahili and Luo.
Dr. Wicker has taught numerous courses at American University for several years, including Statistical Methods, Applied Calculus, Applied Precalculus, Precalculus, Elementary Models, Finite Mathematics, and Business Mathematics. He has taught at George Washington University, Valencia Community College, and U.S. Office of Personnel Management (where he was Associate Director of Quantitative Techniques Training). Dr. Wicker was a Mathematical Statistician, Operations Research Analyst, Management Analyst, and instructor at several Federal agencies. He advocates critical thinking and hard work. Dr. Wicker's interests include civil rights, multicultural mathematics, simulation, statistical auditing, and topology. His authorships include “The Impact of College Students’ Cultural and Historical Awareness on Their Perceived Mathematics Self-Efficacy, Motivation and Achievement”, “A Preliminary Investigation of the Mathematical Conceptions of Kenya Luo” (in progress), and information technology and quantitative materials.