Dr. Wegman is born in Terre Haute, Indiana to Andrew Joseph and Adelaide Mary Wegman.
Dr. Wegman receives a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from St. Louis University.
Dr. Wegman receives a Master of Science in mathematical statistics from the University of Iowa.
Dr. Wegman receives a Doctor of Philosophy in mathematical statistics from the University of Iowa and becomes a professor of statistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Wegman serves as a visiting professor of mathematics at Manchester University in England.
Dr. Wegman becomes a senior faculty fellow of the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Wegman is appointed head of the Math and Computer Science Division for the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, Virginia.
Dr. Wegman co-authors “Statistical Design of Weather Modification Experiments.”
Dr. Wegman receives the Decorated Meritorious Civilian Service Medal from the U.S. Navy.
Dr. Wegman becomes a senior executive of the Office of Naval Research.
Dr. Wegman becomes a program manager of Ultra High Speed Computing in the Star Wars Program for the Office of Naval Research.
Dr. Wegman co-authors “Statistical Signal Processing.”
Dr. Wegman is appointed director of the Center of Computational Data Sciences at George Mason University.
Dr. Wegman co-authors “Statistical Image Processing and Graphics.”
Dr. Wegman co-authors “Topics in Nongaussina Signal Processing” and “Brain Structure, Learning, and Memory.”
Dr. Wegman serves as a visiting fellow of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge, England.