Contact

For questions about the program, please contact:

Amanda Hattaway
Chair of Applied Mathematics
Ira Allen 319 | 617-989-4368
hattawaya@wit.edu

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Fall 2015 Applied Math Career Lecture Series

Tuesdays in Beatty Hall Room 401.  These events are open to the whole campus community!

What:  Speakers will talk about what they do, how they got there, how they use mathematics in their professions, give advice, and answer questions.  All students, faculty, staff, and guests are invited. 

MATH 1550 students are required to attend. Bring a resume in case a speaker's company is hiring. 

Questions: Please contact John Haga at hagaj@wit.edu if you have questions or concerns.

9/1 at 3:30pm

Ice Cream Social (3:30-4:30pm, Ira Allen Forum) & Preparing One's Self for Graduate School 1 (4:30-5pm, Bond Room)
Mark Mixer, PhD & John Haga, PhD 
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Department of Applied Mathematics 

9/8 at 4pm

How do you make the most out of your Co-Op? 
Lauren Creamer 
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Career Services 

9/15 at 4pm

Students Relate Their Applied Math Co-Op Experiences 
Dhruv Patel, Shylee Ezroni, Kaiyuen Fong, Jack Reff, Ely Biggs, & Justin Rivera 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 

9/22 at 4pm

What is Testing Development?
Mathew Raisson & Frank Cuse
Wayfair LLC

9/29 at 4pm

Mathematics and Technology in Disaster Modeling 
Igor Cizelj 
AIR Worldwide 

10/6 at 4pm

Connecting Forensics and Linear Algebra 
Donna Beers
Simmons College 

10/13 at 4pm

Mathematics and Technology in the Industry of Modern Mapping 
Peter Girard 
Applied Geographics 

10/20 at 4pm

Technology and Engineering in Investment Software Development 
Joe Jenvik 
Quantopian 

10/27 at 4pm

Preparing One's Self for Graduate School 2 
Mark Mixer, PhD & John Haga, PhD 
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Department of Applied Mathematics 

11/10 at 4pm

What is a Data Analytics in Public Health? 
Tami Ohler, PhD 
UMass Medical School, Center for Health, Law, and Economics 

11/17 at 4pm

What is a Quality Assurance Engineer? 
Sandrah Abbuah & Seth Goldish 
AIR Worldwide 

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