Panel Discussion on Careers in Quantitative Finance

On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 3:12 PM, The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program\ wrote:
Dear Professors and Student Affairs staff,
The UC Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program would like to invite your students to our annual panel discussion on careers in finance/data science/fintech, How I Became a Quant, held at UC Berkeley on March 1.
Please forward our message to your students! If they have questions, they can contact us directly at mfe@haas.berkeley.edu or +1-510-642-4417.
Thank you!
Kind regards,
The UC Berkeley MFE Program
S545 Haas School of Business
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
+1 (510) 642-4417
+1 (510) 642-6983
http://mfe.berkeley.edu
mfe@haas.berkeley.edu
Learn about career paths in Industry – Panel Discussion on Campus at UC Berkeley, March 1
Dear students and postdocs,
The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program we will host a panel discussion on career paths in quantitative finance on Wednesday, March 1 on campus at UC Berkeley. During the discussion, you will hear from industry veterans and recent graduates about their experiences in finance and data science roles – and trends in the job market.
How I Became a Quant: A Panel Discussion on Career Paths in Quantitative Finance
Date: March 1, 2017
Location: Haas School of Business, Wells Fargo Room
Time: 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM with Reception and Networking to follow
More info/RSVP
If you have questions, please contact us at mfe@haas.berkeley.edu.
We look forward to meeting you!
Kind regards,
Christina Henri & Diane Nguyen
Berkeley MFE Admissions Team
+1 (510) 642-4417
+1 (510) 642-6983
The Berkeley MFE Program
Haas School of Business
University of California, Berkeley
mfe@haas.berkeley.edu
+1-510-642-4417
mfe.berkeley.edu
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Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Spring 2017 Engineering and Science Job and Internship fair

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On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 4:48 PM, Nellie Rochon-Ellis wrote:
A total of 80 employers are currently registered in the Spring ’17 Engineering & Science Undergraduate Students Job & Internship Fair! February 28 & March 1 in the Student Union Ballroom
Employers participating at the event are:
Genomic Health, Cisco, Dell EMC, Galileo Learning, IBM, Sony Playstation and many, many more!
Over 80% of employers participating have internship opportunities available!
Many employers are open to hiring international students for internships through their curricular or optional practical training of their F1 Visa or J1 Visa.
Please see attached flyer for details. Students can find detailed employer information in their SpartaJobs/Handshake account.
Nellie Rochon-Ellis, M.A.
Career Consultant
San Jose State University Career Center
Administrative Building, room 255
One Washington Square
San Jose, Calif. 95192-0032
phone: 408-924-6019
www.sjsu.edu/careercenter
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
-George Bernard Shaw

Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Career Center News

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On Fri, Feb 10, 2017 at 2:57 PM, Nellie Rochon-Ellis wrote:
Hello,
Please see an update of the career center news. Please forward this to your students. Thanks so much.
Nellie
Nellie Rochon-Ellis, M.A.
Career Consultant
San Jose State University Career Center
Administrative Building, room 255
One Washington Square
San Jose, Calif. 95192-0032
phone: 408-924-6019
www.sjsu.edu/careercenter
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
-George Bernard Shaw

Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Northern California Undergrad Math Conference

Golden Section – February 2017
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Your students and you are invited to the 2017 Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference!
The Sonoma State University Mathematics Department is organizing this year’s Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference to be held on its campus on Saturday, March 25, 2017. This conference provides undergraduate mathematics students the opportunity to give and/or attend 15-minute presentations about projects they are working on. These projects can include undergraduate research projects, independent study projects, or any other independent work they are doing that goes beyond the standard course curriculum. The conference will include two invited talks: Francis Su will deliver an address about the culture of mathematics with a focus on equity titled “Inclusion and Exclusion in the Math Community,” and Cornelia Van Cott will give a mathematical talk tailored to undergraduate math students titled “Crows, taxicabs, and Minkowski geometry.”
Registration is free, and the conference hosts will provide morning refreshments and lunch for everybody. Please encourage qualified students to give a talk at the conference. Undergraduate students from all years of study can participate and give presentations on any area of mathematics, including applications to other disciplines. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the conference for the best talks. Of course, students who just wish to attend and not give a talk are more than welcome. Interested faculty are also encouraged to join in on the event.
Student speakers can now register at the webpage listed below; the speaker registration deadline is March 13, 2017. To find out more about the conference, please go here.
The previous conferences have been great successes. Students and faculty from more than 20 Northern California and Southern Oregon universities and colleges have participated, and each year featured excellent talks by student speakers on topics including Applications of Calculus, Mathematical Modeling, Geometry, Numerical Analysis, Voting Theory, Game Theory, Knot Theory, Combinatorics, Graph Theory, History of Mathematics and many others.
Below you will find an invitation letter to send to your students, as well as an advertising poster. Please share these materials with your colleagues and students.
STUDENT INVITATION: http://sections.maa.org/golden/documents/invitationstudents17.pdf
CONFERENCE POSTER: http://sections.maa.org/golden/documents/UMCposter.pdf
Many thanks from the 2017 organizational team:
Martha Byrne, Martha Shott, Maddy Heisler, and Bethany Johnson
nocalumc@gmail.com
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Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Panel Discussion on Careers in Finance/Data Science

Dear Professors and Student Affairs staff,
The UC Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program would like to invite your students to our annual panel discussion on careers in finance/data science/fintech, How I Became a Quant, held at UC Berkeley on March 1.
Please forward our message to your students! If they have questions, they can contact us directly at mfe@haas.berkeley.edu or +1-510-642-4417.
Thank you!
Kind regards,
The UC Berkeley MFE Program
S545 Haas School of Business
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
+1 (510) 642-4417
+1 (510) 642-6983
http://mfe.berkeley.edu
mfe@haas.berkeley.edu

Learn about career paths in Industry – Panel Discussion on Campus at UC Berkeley, March 1

Dear students and postdocs,

The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program we will host a panel discussion on career paths in quantitative finance on Wednesday, March 1 on campus at UC Berkeley. During the discussion, you will hear from industry veterans and recent graduates about their experiences in finance and data science roles – and trends in the job market.

How I Became a Quant: A Panel Discussion on Career Paths in Quantitative Finance

Date: March 1, 2017
Location: Haas School of Business, Wells Fargo Room
Time: 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM with Reception and Networking to follow
More info/RSVP

If you have questions, please contact us at mfe@haas.berkeley.edu.

We look forward to meeting you!

Kind regards,

Christina Henri & Diane Nguyen
Berkeley MFE Admissions Team
+1 (510) 642-4417
+1 (510) 642-6983