Past Events & Gallery

Past Event: R Workshop taught by Collin McCabe, Ph.D.

Dreese Lab 0264 | September 20, 2018, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Dr. McCabe is a creative problem-solver and servant leader with 9+ years in data science, health research, and higher education. He has recently transitioned to an industry role focusing on healthcare, research, and data science. But until very recently, he was working as a postdoctoral researcher, leading an international team based jointly at Duke University School of Medicine, USA and the Institute for Veterinary​ Medicine in Mongolia. His group studies various emerging zoonotic (animal-borne) disease threats in central Asia through statistical modeling, laboratory analyses, and fieldwork. (Linkedin)

Thanks again to Collin for giving our students such a great hype Event (R Workshop) for LOGI OHI/O on September 20, 2018.

Past Event: Speeches from Joshua Brady & Dean Lampman

MW 724 (Math Tower) | October 27, 2017, 4:15 PM – 6:30 PM

Joshua Brady, who is a Manager at Cincinnati Insurance Company. Joshu leads a team that is focused on developing products that support agents, improve profitability, and balance resource costs. He is also a fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS) (Retrieved from Joshua’s Linkedin)

Dean Lampman, who is the CEO and founder of Catalyft, LLC. Over the past 31 years, Dean demonstrated acumen to quickly interpret complex business issues, develop improvement strategies, design and implement behaviors, processes & management systems that lift revenues and dramatically improve performance across the value chain has delivered in excess of $2.2 billion in annualized client benefits (Retrieved from Dean’s Linkedin)

Thanks again to Joshua and Dean for giving our students such a great speech on October 27, 2017. They kindly shared their experiences in actual science and consulting area.

Past Event: Job Panel — Alumni & Graduate

MW 724 (Math Tower) | October 26, 2017, 12:30PM – 1:40PM

We talked about what students can do in the future with a degree in mathematics, computer science, or engineering. We had lunch together with a panel of OSU alumni about their diverse paths to successful careers. We networked with OSU alumni. Different internship opportunities and advice about what employees are looking were presented to students. This was an excellent networking event.  

Past Event: Two Sigma (Associates)

MW 724 (Math Tower) | October 18, 2017, 12:45PM – 2:00PM

We had an presentation about fin-tech and quantitative trading. The presenter gave an overview of how a leading quantitative hedge fund worked, what open problems and challenges quant funds were facing, and which kind of talents employers were looking for. It was very educational and practical.

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Past Event: Life Beyond Mathematics Degree

Math Tower 724 |February 21 & February 25, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
The Association for Women in Math, Math to Industry, and the Arts and Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success hosted, Life Beyond Math Degree, a two-part series planned exclusively for math majors. We offered a two-event series: Part I focuses on how to maximize your use of Handshake (an OSU career platform) for career success, as well as how to prepare your elevator pitch. This session was led by career coach, Doanise Thompson with OSU career services.    Part II gave your opportunity to talk with industry professionals and hear about the diverse range of career opportunities available to math degree holders.  Invited companies including Nationwide, Pinterest, Uber, Goldman Sachs, and more. 

More details:

Part I: February 21st , from 5pm-7pm in Math Tower 724.  Handshake is the intuitive, easy-to-use job search system available to help you connect with employers, career communities, and explore opportunities. You’ll see how Handshake works, learn the benefits of completing a thorough profile, and receive customized guidance on searching for resume-builders related to your career goals. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to learn and practice networking strategies and your elevator pitch to help you prepare for Part Two in the series.

Part II: February 25th, from 5:30pm – 6:45pm pm in Math Tower 724. This is your opportunity to learn more about where your math degree can take you by connecting with alumni of the Department of Math, as well as industry leading professionals, who can answer your questions about career preparation and offer insight into an array of career paths. Participants include:

Isabelle Cruz
Pinterests Recruiter

Kristy Wedel
Systems Analyst at Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Willa Del Negro Skeehan
Math OSU Alum; Data Analyst, Customer Operations at CoverMyMeds