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The panel takes place from 9:00 – 10:20 a.m. on Friday, January 7, and will feature panelists from government, industry, and academia, who will discuss careers for mathematics majors in the current economic environment. The two coordinators of the session are Ralucca Gera from Naval Postgraduat School, and Thomas Wakefield from Youngstown State.
ABSTRACT: There are a vast amount of options available for students in today's global market. A degree in mathematics continues to be a desirable asset, yet a common question for students' to ask is "what options are available for someone with a math degree?" This panel showcases several options for career paths for students with an undergraduate degree in mathematics. A variety of panelists will speak on their own experiences of finding a job and answer questions from the audience.
Our speakers are:
Fred Kluempen --click here to see the presentation
Educational Testing Service
Erin E. Corman--click
here to see the presentation
Mathematics Hiring Manager
(301) 688-0689 (fax)
National Security Agency
9800 Savage Road, Suite 6515
Fort Meade, MD 20755-6515
Lee Seitelman -- click here to see the presentation
University of Connecticut,
former industrial applied mathematician with 30 years' experience (as senior mathematician at Pratt & Whitney, in aerospace),
member of the Joint Committee on Employment Opportunities, representing SIAM
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Emily Kessler, Society of Actuaries, --click here to see the presentation.
Senior Fellow - Intellectual Capital
Society of Actuaries