Alumnae

Here is what some of our recent alumnae are doing

  • Technology analyst at Deutsche Bank
  • Math teacher at Savannah Country Day School
  • Software tester, quality assurance at Epic Systems, Inc.
  • Research analyst doing economic consulting in Energy & Environment Practice at Charles River Associates
  • Editorial assistant at A K Peters, Ltd. (scientific/technical publisher with a concentration in mathematics, computer science, computer graphics, and robotics)
  • Economic consultant at National Economic Research Associates)
  • Math teacher at St. Stephen's School (an American high school in Rome)

 

Many of our math majors have also gone on to graduate school:

  • UT Austin 2005-2008, in Library Science, Preservation and Conservation (2004)
  • NYU, in Mathematical Finance (2004)
  • Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine (2004)
  • Columbia University, in Financial Engineering (2003)
  • Baylor College of Medicine (2003)
  • Harvard University, in Economics (2003)
  • Northeastern University, in Accounting (2003)
  • UC Berkeley, in Psychology (educational psychology - development in math and science) (2003)
  • Harvard Divinity School, in Theology (2003)

Upcoming Events

Monday, Oct 20

The weekly student seminar meets in room 362 at 12:20.  This week we'll have a summer research programs panel.  The department will provide lunch, and one of your peers will provide a great talk.  All are welcome to attend!

Wednesday, Oct 22

Our Applicable Math Lecture series kicks off for the year with Mike Remolona from Wolfram Research Inc giving a talk discussing Mathematica 10 and how to get the most out of wolframalpha.com.  We'll have a reception (with food!) at 3:45 in SCI 362, then move to SCI 296 at 4:15 for the talk.

Thursday, Oct 23

Our second Putnam problem session meets today and runs from 12:30 to 1:20 in SCI 364.  This week we'll have homemade cookies (chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and ginger molasses) to help fuel our problem solving neurons.  Everyone is welcome to attend!

Thursday, Oct 23

Our second department colloquium is given by Megan Heenehan (Wellesley '03) from Eastern Connecticut State University. We'll meet in SCI 362 for snacks and socializing at 3:45, then the talk will begin at 4:15 in SCI 396.  Everyone is welcome to attend!  

Monday, Oct 27

The weekly student seminar meets in room 362 at 12:20.  This week Angela Gu will be speaking.  The department will provide lunch, and one of your peers will provide a great talk.  All are welcome to attend!

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