Restricting Invariants and Arrangements of Finite Complex Reflection Groups Page: III
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I am so grateful for the people in my life that have made this thesis possible.
Thank you to my committee for their support over the last five years. Anne Shepler is
a force to be reckoned with and a true inspiration and role model. Doug Brozovic assured me,
and eventually convinced me, that every obstacle I have faced on my way to this thesis can be
overcome. Matt Douglass has been an beotfe+ess-pi endless source of advice, knowledge,
and help. He has invested so much time and effort into my education and professional
development and has done more for me than I can remember. I am grateful for every minute
Thank you to Gerhard Rbhrle and Nils Amend for numerous helpful conversations
during my research trip to Bochum in the summer of 2013.
Thank you to the entire mathematics and computer science department at Ursinus
College, especially Leah Berman, Gordon Williams, April Kontostathis, and Tom Goebeler.
Without their expertise, support, and encouragement I may not have completed a bachelor's
degree, much less a PhD.
Thank you to Larry Orlando for the incomparable introduction to geometry and
calculus he gave me that created a solid mathematical foundation on which I could build.
Thank you to my mother for working so hard to keep her five children fed, clothed,
sheltered, and educated. I would not be here without her.
Thank you to my friends: near, far, old, and new. I have what is left of my sanity
because of you.
Thank you to Blitz. Every time I was at home finally making mathematical progress,
he was there to sit on my lap or my keyboard or my notebook to remind me that math
cannot always take precedence over petting kitties. He warms my cold, cold heart.
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