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The 2020 Biennial Alumni Career Seminar

In every even-numbered year since 1964, the Department of Mathematics has hosted
the Biennial Alumni Career Seminar. This event connects current University of Dayton
students with some of our distinguished mathematics alumni and gives students the opportunity to understand the breadth of career opportunities afforded to someone trained in the mathematical sciences. The alums enjoy the opportunity to inform students about the professions they are in and how their studies in mathematics relate to their careers and vocations.

This year, due to the current global pandemic, we will be hosting this event virtually. Alumni will record short videos describing their occupation, and ways to prepare for and prosper in a career in their field.  The alumni who will be contributing this year come from a variety of fields, but all share a love of mathematics and roots in the UD Department of Mathematics.  

2020 Contributors

This years contributors to the Alumni seminar include
  • Josh Cain (11), Operations Research
  • Christopher Cabanski (07), Biostatistics
  • Maura Moran (77), Law
  • Martin Morris (15), Finance
  • Katie Posey (18), Technology consulting
  • Adam Volk (16), Mathematics graduate school

Starting October 26, 2020, we will post one video a week. Many of these alumni will be available to answer further questions about their career and the role mathematics has played in it.  Information about how to submit questions will be available on Isidore.  To request access to the Alumni Career Seminar site on Isidore, please click here.  We regret that the site is only accessible by current UD students and faculty.

We are very excited to share information about the interesting careers our alumni are pursuing and look forward to hearing what this year's contributors have to say.


 The Biennial Alumni Career Seminar is generously supported by donations from our alumni.


Department of Mathematics

Science Center
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2316