Look What Some of Our Graduates Will Be Doing

Look What Some of Our Graduates Will Be Doing

Upcoming Graduates 2015 and 2014:

Ran Wang is a first-year master student of operations research at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences of Columbia University in the City of New York. She is studying analytical tools, such as mathematical programming, statistical analysis, optimization, modeling and simulation, and stochastic process, to solve real-world problems in various areas, namely, finance, consulting and production. This program that allows her to continue to combine her knowledge in mathematics with her passion in finance. She chose her program concentration in financial and managerial applications because she is interested in pursuing a career in financial advisory/analytics.

Dylan Martini will be doing Cancer Research next year during his gap year before applying to Medical School in the spring.

Gregory Mooney will be working Full time in a rotational analyst program starting this summer at JP Morgan.

Kristopher Woodcock will be working in the Private Client Group at Alliance Bernstein in NYC.

Philip Barr will be working for J.P. Morgan Asset Management in NCY as part of the Asset Management Full-Time Analyst Program.

Catherine Ziac will be working as a Global Markets Analyst at Nomura Securities in NYC.

Emily Zangrillo will be a Business Analyst with UBS Financial Services.

Bryan Grover will be working as a Financial Analysst for JF Capital Advisors in NYC.

Joshua Rothberg will be a Sales Account Executive for Indeed in NYC.

Catherine Degen has accepted an English Teaching Assistantship from the Austrian Fulbright Commission and will be spending next year abroad in Klanenfurt, Austria.