The 27th Biennial Alumni Career Seminar
Saturday, November 12, 2016
In every even-numbered year since 1964, alums of the Department of Mathematics return to the University of Dayton to gather together and meet with students interested in mathematics. The alums enjoy the opportunity to inform students about the professions they are in and how their studies in mathematics relate to their careers. The students have the opportunity to understand the breadth of career opportunities for someone trained in the mathematical sciences and have the opportunity to begin making connections with professionals in the various fields. The Biennial Alumni Career Seminar is generously supported by donations from our alumni.
This year the Seminar will consist of a panel session followed by break-out sessions. During the panel session, professionals representing various careers are introduced. These panelists will in turn give a brief introduction to specific careers. Break-out sessions follow the panel session. In the break-out session, students can meet with the professionals more informally and learn more.
This seminar is preceded by the Annual Kenneth C. Schraut Memorial Lecture. Learn more >
- Information Technology
- Financial Engineering
- Actuarial Science
- Preparation for Graduate School
This year's panelists will include:
- Neil Bitzenhofer (69), Boston Scientific and the University of Minnesota
- Christopher Bomba (02), Nationwide, Specialist, PC Actuarial
- Katherine Campbell (15), Pension Actuary, Aon Hewitt
- David Diller (90), CMDbioscience, Computational Biology
- Lisa Diller (90), Senior Research Engineer, Church & Dwight Co, Inc
- Lanre Oriowo (08), Learning Skills Center Specialist, Central State University
- Robert Kasprzak (68), Regional Vice President, Score Association
- Dominic Masotti, (16), Mathematics Teacher, DePaul Cristo Rey High School
- Robert Phipps (01), Property & Casualty Actuary, Westfield Insurance
- Thomas Santner, Professor, Department of Statistics, The Ohio State University
- Alan Veliz-Cuba, Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Dayton
- Vincent Velten (82), Technical Advisor, Air Force Research Laboratory.
- Yi Zhao (11), Postdoc, Research Associate, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
There is no registration fee. However, we will serve lunch and in order to have an accurate count we ask all participants to register for the event by completing this brief form.
NOTE: We only ask you to register once; if you have already registered for the Schraut Memorial Lecture, you do not need to register again.