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, Sept 15

The math department's student seminar kicks off for the semester.  Join us at 12:20 in room 362 for food and a mathematics talk by a fellow Wellesley math enthusiast.

Wednesday, Sept 17

This year's Math Games will be held from 4-6 in room 362 of the science center.  No particular mathematics experience is needed; bring your friends and come join the fun!

Monday, Sept 22

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

Tuesday, Sept 30

Dan Rockmore from Dartmouth College will deliver our annual Martha Davenport Heard lecture. The talk starts at 4:15, and afterwards we'll go to the College Club for dinner

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