Mathematics Majors: After Kenyon
Each year, our students win fellowships and assistantships to attend graduate programs in mathematics and statistics. Some go on to medical, law, and business schools, and many students go to jobs with prestigious firms, such as McKinsey and J.P. Morgan, immediately after graduation. Here is a sampling of what some of our recent math graduates are doing.
Kristina Buschur, '11: starting the joint Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh Phd progam in Computational Biology.
Matthew Heimerdinger, '11: Math/Physics Teacher and Master's Student, Louisville KY.
Pamela Moriarty, '11: doing a 3-month internship at the Gulf of Maine Research Insitute in Portland, Maine working on a research project modeling Atlantic salmon migration and survival.
Todd Skinner, '11: pursuing a BS Degree in Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis.
Brittany Vanegas, '11: teaching math at a private school in Washington, DC.
Nirajan Mandal '10: pursing a Ph.D. at Purdue University
Stephen Badgley '09: math intern teaching at Maine Central Institute
Vito Mantese '09: performing statistical research at Johns Hopkins University
Sarah A. Prendergast '09: graduate student, New York University
Kaitlin Rafferty '09: Teach for America high school math teacher in Baltimore, Maryland
Kyle Adams '08: pursuing a law degreee from William & Mary
Tsvetan Asamov '08: pursuing a Ph.D. in applied mathematics at Rutgers University
Laura Czarnecki '08: pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematical biology at the University of Utah
Pushkar R. Dahal '08: software engineer, Vecna Medical Technology
Elliot Forhan '08: working as a research assistant/programmer with Mathematica Policy Research in Boston
Irina Ivan '08: working with Lehman Brothers
Agnese Melbarde '08: investment fellow, T. Rowe Price
Julia Rowny '08: teaching at Hopkins School in Connecticut
Michael Zabek '08: research assistant for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Edward A. Ceaser '07: working as an infrastructure engineer at Twitter in San Francisco, California
Rebecca Dash '07: traveling to Samara, Russia on a Fullbright Fellowship
Kelly Henry '07: pursuing a masters in medieval studies at the University of Toronto
Kjersten Hild '07: teaching English in Japan
Lee Kennard '07: pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania
David Long '07: attending Caltech in chemistry on NSF and DoD research fellowships
David Slochower '07: attending the University ofo Pennsylvania in pursuit of a Ph.D. in biophysics
Matthew Zaremsky '07: Ph.D. in mathematics, University of Virginia. From September, 2011 - May 2012, Matt will be a visiting researcher at the University of Bielefeld in Germany. To read Matt's senior exercise on "Beyond Complex: An Inspection of Quaternions" click here.
Joey Neilsen '06: pursuing a Ph.D. in astronomy at Harvard University
Matthew Chesnes '01: economist for Bureau of Economics of the Federal Trade Commission; earned a Masters degree from the London School of Economics
Erik Christensen '01: spent two years in nuclear power and submarine school and is now a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy
Llewellyn Jones '01: partner at Qtrade Capital Partners LLC; formerly a vice president of Goldman Sachs; M.S. in computational finance, Carnegie Mellon
Adam Knapp '01: Ritt assistant professor of mathematics at Columbia University; Ph.D. in mathematics, Michigan State
Gary Mitchell '00: assistant analyst, Cambridge Place Investment Management; MBA from Northwestern University