Robert T. Indrihovic
Instructor of Mathematics
FlorenceDarlington Technical College
Office Telephone: (843) 6618177
bob.indrihovic@fdtc.edu

Educational Background
 MS in Mathematics  University of South Carolina,
1989
Assistantship: Taught Curriculum Mathematics Courses
 BS in Applied Mathematics  University of South Carolina  Coastal, 1987
Graduated Magna cum Laude with a Minor in Computer Science

Professional Experience
 2004  2006: Mathematics Instructor and Associate in Arts Coordinator,
FlorenceDarlington Technical College, Florence, SC
 1995  2004: Mathematics Instructor and Department Head of Arts
and Science, Williamsburg Technical College, Kingstree, SC
 1989  1995: Adjunct Math/Computer Technology Instructor, various colleges including Coastal Carolina University, HorryGeorgetown Technical College, Central Texas College  Norfolk Consortium (taught aboard Navy ships in the Mediterranean), Limestone College, Midlands Technical College
 1993  1994: Mathematics Lectureship, Coastal University, Conway, SC
 19901991: High School Math Teacher, Tabor City High School
 1990  May 1994: Computer Programmer, various companies including Aberdeen Manufacturing in Conway, Lowes
in Myrtle Beach, Waccamaw Pottery in Myrtle Beach, and Millwork Specialties in Whiteville, NC

Courses Taught/Software
Courses
 College Algebra
 Analytical Calculus I, II & III
 College Trigonometry
 Intermediate Algebra
 Beginning Algebra
 Finite Mathematics
 Probability & Statistics
 Mathematics for the Technologies I & II
 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers I & II
 Developmental Math
 Contemporary Mathematics
 Microcomputer Applications
 Introduction to Computers
 Various computer courses for Continuing Education
Software
 Programming in Pascal, Basic, FORTRAN, and various DB languages
 MS Office Applications
 MathCad, StudyWorks, Graphing Calculator Software
 CPS (Classroom Performance System)  Software used in a Smart Classroom

Masters Thesis USC Math
Library Catalog
LATTICES
Thesis: Integral Lattices, Basis Reduction, and the Shortest Vector Problem
Definition: If B is a set of n linear independent vectors then
is an integral lattice with basis B.
An objective of the thesis was to write an "efficient" algorithm to find the shortest vector for any integral lattice (this is a NP Hard Problem). Applications of Integral Lattices include Integer Programming and
Finding Solutions to Diophantine Equations.

Awards/Recognition
 2009  Palmetto Teaching and Learning Award
 2000  SCTEA Educator Of the Year Award for Williamsburg Technical College
 1993  Diamond Award from Grand Strand Optimists
as President of the Conway Optimist Club
 1987  Outstanding Student Award in Mathematics

Professional Memberships
 Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
 AMATYCS  Association for Mathematics at Two Year Colleges
 Current Vice President of the South Carolina Chapter of AMATYCS
College Services/Community Services
Williamsburg Technical College
 1996, 97, 99  Chair of College Council
 19961999  Faculty Representative
 19962002  Exemplary Faculty Representative for SC Advanced Technological Education
 19962001 Chair of CARE (Committee for the Activities and Recognition of Employees)
 19992004  Chair of the Curriculum Review Committee
 19992002  Chair of the Institutional Effectiveness SACS SelfStudy Committee
 19992004  Member of Information Technology Committee
 19992000  College's Representative for the Distance Learning Collaboration Team
 20012004  Senator on Faculty Senate
 20032004
 Member of Academic Council
FlorenceDarlington Technical College
 2009pres  Title III Director for Expansion of Hub
 2004pres  Coordinator of Associate in Arts program
 2005pres  Member of QEP Data Analysis Team, Chair
Community
 20072009  President of Florence Breakfast
Optimist Club
 19992004  Coordinator of Math Contest
 19921995  President of Optimist Club in Conway, SC
