Mathematics & statistics graduates: Where are they now?
Math majors compete successfully for places in corporations and other organizations:
- Nandini Roy, financial services advisor, Ernst and Young, New York, NY
- Pauline Khoo, business analyst and reporting specialist, J.P. Morgan, New York, NY
- Marina Stanojevic, teacher, James Madison Middle School, Roanoke, VA
- Anne Ailstock, operations research analyst, Department of Defense
- Alex Herring, client service associate, UBS, Roanoke VA
- Hanan Abu Shanab, statistician, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C.
- Marly Wilson, Florida Center for Library Automation, University of Florida
- Sarah Cameron, branch service associate, UBS, Roanoke, VA
… and in graduate schools or with graduate degrees:
- degrees completed:
- Nandini Roy, M.B.A., Baruch College
- Alia Clark, Ph.D. in medical chemistry and pharmacology, Purdue University
- Sarah Chandlee, M.A. in art history and Egyptology, University of Memphis
- degrees in progress:
- Sarah Garcia Gordon, Temple University School of Medicine
- Sarah A. Budrus, biostatistics at Iowa State University
- Sarah Chandlee, anthropology, University of Tulsa
- Leah Jackman, M.A.T, University of Maryland University College
Left to right: Judy Morrill '84, Pauline Khoo '12, Raisha Kasaju '11, Nandini Roy '06, Anqi Liu '12
Hollins University faculty and alumnae made significant contributions to the annual meeting of the National Numeracy Network (NNN), which was held October 12-14, 2012, in New York City and attracted more than 100 participants from across the country. The theme of this year's conference was "Quantitative Literacy at Work: Navigating the Worlds of Journalism, Finance, Business, and Citizenship," and Professor of Mathematics and NNN President Caren Diefenderfer convened a panel of five alumnae to talk about financial internships at Hollins. Judy Morrill '84, Nandini Roy '06, Raisha Kasaju '11, and Pauline Khoo '12 discussed their experiences at Highmount Capital, Ernst & Young, Citigroup, and JP Morgan, respectively, while Anqi Liu '12 focused on how to successfully search for a job.