Where Our Students Go
What can you do with a degree in mathematics or computer science?
Well, let’s check in with some recent graduates… Sarah Tolman (’10) is a data scientist working at Facebook, while Jessa Karlberg (’13) is a senior programmer analyst at Lexidyne LLC, and Kate McManus (’13) is an information design specialist at Stroz Friedberg. Amy Hepner (’11) just completed her masters degree in statistics at Ohio State University, where Andrew Bean (’09) is working on his PhD in statistics. Not to be outdone, Casey Rommel (’10) is a graduate student in medical informatics at the University of Utah, while Benjamin Rogers (’10) is pursuing a PhD in biostatistics at UCLA. Angela Campbell (’07) is an associate specializing in intellectual property litigation at Cooley LLP, and Trinity Ludwig (’06) is an executive VP at Sage Canyon Advisors. Jette Henderson (’08, nee Peterson) is a data mining expert at Applied Research Laboratories at the University of Texas, and Briana Sallee (’13) is an engineering technician at American Energy Partners. Linnet Vacha (’13) is a data and policy analyst at Acumen LLC. Courtney Gibbons (’06) is an assistant professor of mathematics at Hamilton College, where she just received the John R Hatch Excellence in Teaching Award. Lauren Hinkle (’11) is pursuing a PhD in computer science at the University of Michigan, and Joel Ross (’06) is a visiting professor of computer science at the University of Puget Sound. Yulan Qing (’06) is a postdoctoral researcher in mathematics at Technion University in Israel. Sarah Wolff (’10) finished her PhD in mathematics at Dartmouth and will begin teaching at Denison University. Jess Coyle (’08), Elise Hellwig (’11), and Lauren Shoemaker (’11) are all pursuing PhDs in ecology (at North Carolina, UC Davis, and CU Boulder, respectively).
And that just scratches the surface! We’d love to hear from any and all alumni about their post-CC adventures.
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