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Some recent alumni of the SLU math graduate program

Ashley Moses

Ashley Moses, PhD 2010

My Ph.D. in mathematics from Saint Louis University has allowed me great flexibility in my career choices.

My Ph.D. in mathematics from Saint Louis University has allowed me great flexibility in my career choices. I spent the first year after receiving my degree as an assistant professor at Mary Baldwin College, but I have now decided to pursue a career outside of academia. I am currently a Senior Consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton where I will be providing mathematical and statistical support in their Business Analytics capability.

 

 

Nate Williams

Nate Williams, MA 2011

I will be working full-time at MICDS teaching upper school math.

I am an adjunct at St. Charles Community College. I'm teaching Elementary Statistics, and Applied Math. I will be working full-time at MICDS (Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School) teaching upper school (high school) math. They have also asked me to sponsor the Debate Team there.

 

 

Tom McNamara

Tom McNamara, PhD 2007

I have a firm commitment to pursuing excellence in teaching at all levels of mathematics.

I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Southwestern Oklahoma State University and was a 2008-2009 MAA Project NExT Fellow. I have a firm commitment to pursuing excellence in teaching at all levels of mathematics. In addition to the work being done in the classroom, I am serving as the faculty advisor to an undergraduate research project and am heavily involved in Southwestern's fledgling Math Club. I still continue my own scholarship by conducting research in abstract harmonic analysis.

 

 

April Garrison

April Garrison, MA 2007

I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas, Missouri, and Southern Illinois (12 non summer offices and 25+ summer offices)

I work for Vector Marketing as a Division Recruiting Manager. I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas, Missouri, and Southern Illinois (12 non summer offices and 25+ summer offices). I analyze reports & find areas of improvement. I'm also responsible for helping to set up new offices in the summer time, arranging & negotiating hotel rates for events, and overseeing all the receptionists in the division. I still teach at SLU, 1 or 2 classes during the Fall semester.

 

 

Ryo Ohashi

Ryo Ohashi, PhD 2005

You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members.

I am an assistant professor of mathematics at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. The college is founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross from the University of Notre Dame. At SLU, I worked with Dr. Kalliongis and I am interested in Low-Dimensional Topology, PL-Topology, Geometric Groups, Elliptic Manifolds, and Topological Groups. You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members. The class observations are great advantages for you to strengthen your teaching skill to get ready for a “real world” college teaching job after your graduation.

 

Stanley Pitchford

Stanley Pitchford, MA 2003

I still love helping people be successful in the area of mathematics.

I am a published author of two science fiction novels, entitled Destruction via the Mirrror Image (Parts I and II), and I am working on a poetry and rhyme book to be released late 2010 or early 2011. Currently, I work as an Adjunct Instructor at Florissant Valley Community College, and as an Instructional Tutor as Forest Park Community College. I have also taught at Harris Stowe State University. I still love helping people be successful in the area of mathematics.

 

 

Julie Tucker

Julie Tucker, MA 2008

I teach math full-time at St. Louis Community College - Meramec.  It is my dream job, and the reason I earned my MA in Mathematics!

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