When your four years as a Davidson mathematics student are complete, family, friends, and members of the department will celebrate you during graduation weekend. After the tassel is turned, you'll be off for horizons beyond the campus. Below is a list of what some of our recent alumni had lined up as they graduated from Davidson. Alumni can send updates to email@example.com.
Class of '13
- Daniel Bernstein will be starting the PhD program at NC State in math. For the summer before that, he will be working for the LAPD through the RIPS (Research in Industrial Projects for Students ) at UCLA.
- Ted Bevan will be attending the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and my commission is in the Navy.
- Jonah Galeota-Sprung will be working for Sparkhouse Toys, a store in his home state of New Jersey.
- David Heilbron will be teaching high school math in Charlotte next year.
- Cyrus Lala will be working as an Analyst for Red Ventures in Charlotte.
- Robert Lorenzen will be starting this summer at Red Ventures in Charlotte in their Analyst Rotational Program.
- Lucy McMurry will be working as a Marketing Associate for Red Ventures, a direct marketing consulting company, in Charlotte, NC.
- Mark Nesbitt will be going to New York City to work for Oliver Wyman, an international management consulting firm.
- Drew Onken will enter the Ph.D program in physics at Wake Forest University with a Dean's fellowship.
- Corey Poff will be working for Epic Systems in Madison, WI as a software developer.
- Barbara Sitton work for Target Corporation in their technology services after graduation.
- Colin Thomson will pursue a Ph.D. in mathematics at Tufts University in Boston.
- Tucker Whitesides will be teaching high school math at Warren County High School with Teach For America.
- Lilly Wilson will stay in town as an intern for Davidson Outdoors.
- Kyle Yang will attend Stanford University pursuing a Ph.D. degree in chemistry.
Class of '12
- Paul Britton will be working as an analyst for Analysis Group, an economic consulting firm, in Chicago, IL.
- Joe Cline will be attending medical school, most likely at the University of North Carolina.
- Duke DeLoache will be teaching in New York City with Teach for America.
- Seth Freeman will be teaching high school math through the NC Teacher Corps.
- Tyler Hammett will be working for Epic Systems, a health care software company in Madison, Wisconsin.
- Bill Jin will be working as an analyst for a hedge fund in New York City.
- Karen Larson will be in Hong Kong for the summer program: Research in Industrial Projects for Students, sponsored by the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics of UCLA.
- Greg Macnamara is working for the economic consulting firm, Analysis Group, Inc., in Washington DC.
- Steph Meador will be working for Epic, a health care software company in Madison, Wisconsin, as a Reporting Engineer.
- Travis McElroy starting a master's program in mathematics at UNC-Chapel Hill.
- Colin Nelson will be writing pipeline management software for Energy Solutions of Texas.
- Greg Newman will be working for ESPN in New York.
- Beau Reese has accepted a position as financial risk management associate at accounting firm KPMG in New York City.
- Brian Sachtjen will be working in Charlotte for Red Ventures, a direct marketing consulting company, as part of their 2012 Analyst Rotational Program.
- Shashank Suresh will attend Wake Forest School of Medicine next year.
- Eugene Shiu will be working as an actuary at Aon Hewitt in Charlotte.
- Stephen Streb will be working as an actuary at Aon Hewitt in Atlanta.
- Leland Taylor will work at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), part of the NIH, in the lab of Dr. Francis Collins.
- Austin Totty will be teaching high school math at a private school in Columbia SC.
- David Wang will enter the Ph.D. program in mathematics at George Washington University.
- Louisa Williams will be a Music Programming Intern at WDAV in Davidson this summer and pursuing a position in live music or public radio in Austin.
Class of '11
- Carter Braxton accepted a position as a research associate in the macroeconomics department for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
- Joseph Craven plans to teach high school math in Boston area.
- Kelly Ann Davis will work in an intentional community public health program in Washington D.C.
- Amanda Flink will be teaching high school math as part of the 2011 Texas Teaching Fellows Cohort in Dallas.
- Daniel Goldstein plans to teach English in China next year.
- Adam Lewicki will study math at U. of Cambridge, England, in the Tripos III graduate program, leading to a Master of Advanced Study.
- Greg Marcil is planning to pursue graduate work in mathematical finance.
- Daniel Martin will begin work in a financial management development program for the Edens & Avant commercial real estate development company in Columbia, S.C.
- Beth Peters will attend Stanford University with a School of Education Scholarship, working on a Masters of Education.
- Allison Rauh is going to graduate school in Economics at University of Chicago (a top 5 program).
- Katie Richeson won a USA-Australia Fellowship to finance a year of post-baccalaureate research at the Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.
- Jimmy Rountree will enter the masters program in computer science at William and Mary.
- Annie Temmink won a Watson Fellowship for a year on her project "Women, Sewing, and the Globalization of Fashion" in Ghana, India, and Indonesia.
- Lake Trask will begin doctoral studies in Operations Research at North Carolina State University. This summer Lake will conduct research on social networks related to cyber security at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
- Taylor Wolff will attend Law School at Florida State University with the Ladd Scholarship.
- Kun Zhang deferred acceptance into the Applied Mathematics Department at the University of Colorado to next year in order to study Management Science (Decision Science) at London School of Economics next year.
- Mali Zhang will be working as consultant in New York City.
Class of '10
Ben Altman will attend New York University in pursuit of a Master of Mathematics in Finance degree. Ananta Bangdiwala has received a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship Grant to teach and study in Madrid, Spain. Bryant Barr be working for Mercer, a Human Resources consulting firm, in their retirement group as an actuarial analyst in downtown Chicago. Abi Johnson will receive an officer's commission in the Navy.
Val Lee will join Deloitte Consulting in Atlanta as a business analyst. Sarah Oberst will work in the Philippines as a Project Associate for Innovations for Poverty Action on a project dealing with credit scoring and the impact of microcredit. Sara Page Waugh will teach Math and French at St. Margaret's School, which is an all-girls boarding school in Tapphannock, Virginia. Nathalia Paulinelli will work for Wells Fargo in their High Grade Debt Capital Market division.
Zana Shaban has received a fellowship to attend the M.A. program in accounting at Wake Forest University. Ben Thompson has received a full scholarship to pursue a Ph.D. in economics at the University of Michigan. Max Win will move to Arlington, Virginia to work as a software engineer with Simplicity Corporation.
Class of '09
Jim Dickson will begin the Ph.D. program in mathematics at Virginia Tech. Chelsea Henderson will begin the two-year Master of Arts in Teaching program at the University of Georgia. Katie Johnston will join the New York compensation consultancy of Towers Perrin, where she served as a summer intern.
Tiffany Mumby will begin the M.S. program in accounting at Wake Forest University. Kristi Muscalino will begin a ten-week actuary internship program in Atlanta and will prepare to take her first actuary exam in August. Kittery Neale will be on staff with Campus Outreach at Davidson College.
Madeline Parra will teach middle school math in Baltimore through the the Teach for America program. Samantha Simpson will attend medical school at Ohio State University. Lisa Zook will begin a Master's in Public Health at the University of Michigan--a two-year program which includes a seven- to eight-month period in a developing country.
Class of ’08
Several students began graduate study in mathematics. Phillip Compeau won the College’s Smith Scholarshipfor a graduating senior pursuing postgraduate study abroad, using the award to pursue the famous Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics (Tripos Part III) at Cambridge University. A. J. Hergenroeder began the doctoral program in applied mathematics and scientific computing at the University of Maryland. Daniel Orr began in the doctoral program in mathemtatics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Adam Topaz began the doctoral program in mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. All received fellowships to support their studies.
Others entered graduate programs in other disciplines. Katherine Knight began a master’s program in commerce at the University of Virginia. Elizabeth Moore enrolled at the Charleston School of Law. Michelle Navas began a master’s program in college student development at Appalachian State University. Ryan Robertson began medical school at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Finally, many began full-time employment. Craig Carlson joined Back of America in Charlotte as a quantitative management associate. Sam Hotchkiss moved to France to work as an assistant in the académie of Nantes. Will Kuchinski joined Norman Technologies as a business analyst. Mejin Leechor became a member programs fellow of the Women’s Funding Network, serving in San Francisco with the Lutheran Volunteer Corps. Courtney Martin joined Sightlines, LLC, in Madison, CT, as a facilities asset analyst. Matt Owanesian joined Paystar Logistics as an account manager and tech project lead. Sarah Reardon became a business analyst with McKinsey in Atlanta. Don Williams begun as a public sector supply chain consultant with IBM Business Services in Washington, D.C.