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Annual Career Conference, WIM Career Panel, & Virtual Panel

2019 Mathematics Career Conference

Thank you to all of the companies and programs who participated in our 2018 Annual Career Conference.  It was a great success!  For information on the 2019 conference, please see below.

What: A chance to speak with Michigan Mathematics Alumni and representatives from business and industry, education, graduate programs and financial and actuarial occupations.
When: Friday, November 8, 2019, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where: Mathematics South Atrium, East Hall
Who: The Mathematics Career Conference is open to all undergraduate and graduate students looking to find out more information about mathematics in industry and graduate programs around the country.

WIM Career Panel with Amazon, Capital One, and SIG

What: Are you interested in learning more about the career paths for a quantitative major? Would you like to learn more about working at Amazon, Capital One, and SIG? Experts from these companies will share their professional experiences and advice for students. Come and network with them! Any interested students welcome!   
When: Friday November 8, 2019, 10:00 - 11:00 AM  
Where: Room 4448 East Hall, 530 Chruch Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.  


1. Amazon -- Jingchen Wu (Senior Research Scientist)
2. Capital One --  Ali Shand, Anna Learis, Jordanna Lutz
3. Susquehanna International Group -- Elizabeth Goldenberg (Campus Recruiter)

RSVP: RSVP today! Insomnia cookies and drinks will be provided.  

2020 AfterMath: Virtual Panel

What: A gathering of alumni and undergraduate students to discuss life after a mathematics degree at Michigan. Alumni from around the world will be present via a virtual panel to speak directly with current undergraduate students.   
When: TBD  
Where: The Nesbitt Room, 2851 East Hall.  
Who: The Virtual Panel is open to all undergraduate students looking to find out more information about mathematics in industry and gradaute programs around the country.  Click here for a list of former panelists!

Questions about the Mathematics Career Conference or Virtual Career Panel can be directed to