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Ron Kurtus' Study of Competition Credentials

(11 March 2014)

Ron Kurtus is a scientist and educational writer with a logical perspective on the sciences. One area of interest is how and why people, animals, companies, and countries compete.

Kurtus has observed and researched the various aspects of competition. He has experience in competing in sports and business and is keen on drawing conclusions and parallels in the various forms of competition.

His educational background includes majoring in both Mathematics and Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and doing graduate work in Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and in Mathematics at the University of Missouri.

Kurtus later taught Mathematics at the University of Missouri, Physical Science at the Milwaukee Area Technical College and Mathematics at Waukesha County Technical College. He also worked for a number of years doing scientific research and development work at various companies, such as the Santa Barbara Research Center, Hughes Aircraft Co., and the U.S. Air Force Space Systems Division.

Ron also had a Technical Writing business, which helped hone his skills in presenting material in areas, such as business competition.

Kurtus has written two books: Gravity and Gravitation and Tricks for Good Grades.

Material he has written has also been cited in 151 published books, including books on competition.


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