January 09, 2014
Winter-Spring 2014 Applied Math Career Lecture Series
Tuesdays in Beatty Hall Room 418
What: Speakers will talk about what they do, how they got there, how they use mathematics in their professions, and give advice to students. All students, faculty, staff, and guests are invited.
MATH270 students are required to attend. Parking arrangements for guests can be made if necessary. Typically 20-40 students attend the lectures, so arrive early for a good seat.
Questions: Please contact Amanda Hattaway at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or concerns.
1/21 at 4 pm
What is a Technical Consultant?
Dr. Jamey Moeser, Ab Initio
3/04 at 4 pm
What is an Institutional Researcher?
Nancy Ludwig and colleagues, Northeastern University
3/18 at 4 pm
What is an Actuary and Related Careers?
Craig Janino and colleagues, Towers Watson
4/01 at 4 pm
A Sea of Change
Jim Leonard, Jim’s Garage
4/08 at 4 pm
What does a Ballistic Missile Defense Integrator do?
Dr. Lori Layne, MIT Lincoln Labs
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