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101 Careers in Mathematics: Fourth Edition
 
Edited by: Deanna Haunsperger Carleton College, Northfield, MN
Robert Thompson Carleton College, Northfield, MN
101 Careers in Mathematics
101 Careers in Mathematics
MAA Press: An Imprint of the American Mathematical Society
Softcover ISBN:  978-1-4704-5085-4
Product Code:  CLRM/64
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Softcover ISBN:  978-1-4704-5085-4
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101 Careers in Mathematics
101 Careers in Mathematics: Fourth Edition
Edited by: Deanna Haunsperger Carleton College, Northfield, MN
Robert Thompson Carleton College, Northfield, MN
MAA Press: An Imprint of the American Mathematical Society
Softcover ISBN:  978-1-4704-5085-4
Product Code:  CLRM/64
List Price: $59.00
MAA Member Price: $44.25
AMS Member Price: $44.25
Sale Price: $38.35
eBook ISBN:  978-1-4704-5444-9
Product Code:  CLRM/64.E
List Price: $55.00
MAA Member Price: $41.25
AMS Member Price: $41.25
Sale Price: $35.75
Softcover ISBN:  978-1-4704-5085-4
eBook ISBN:  978-1-4704-5444-9
Product Code:  CLRM/64.B
List Price: $114.00 $86.50
MAA Member Price: $85.50 $64.88
AMS Member Price: $85.50 $64.88
Sale Price: $74.10 $56.23
  • Book Details
     
     
    Classroom Resource Materials
    Volume: 642019; 282 pp
    MSC: Primary 00; 01; 97;

    What can you do with a degree in math? This book addresses this question with 125 career profiles written by people with degrees and backgrounds in mathematics. With job titles ranging from sports analyst to science writer to inventory specialist to CEO, the volume provides ample evidence that one really can do nearly anything with a degree in mathematics. These professionals share how their mathematical education shaped their career choices and how mathematics, or the skills acquired in a mathematics education, is used in their daily work. The degrees earned by the authors profiled here are a good mix of bachelors, masters, and PhDs. With 114 completely new profiles since the third edition, the careers featured within accurately reflect current trends in the job market.

    College mathematics faculty, high school teachers, and career counselors will all find this a useful resource. Career centers, mathematics departments, and student lounges should have a copy available for student browsing. In addition to the career profiles, the volume contains essays from career counseling professionals on the topics of job-searching, interviewing, and applying to graduate school.

    Readership

    Undergraduate and graduate students interested in career possibilities in mathematics.

  • Table of Contents
     
     
    • Chapters
    • Charlotte Abrams
    • Xiaoling (Ling Ling) Lim Ang
    • Noelle Balandi
    • Brian T. Bares
    • Paige Bartholomew
    • Ben Baumer
    • Stacy Beaudoin
    • Ebonii Bell
    • Robert M. Bell
    • Nicholas Bennett
    • Nicole Bertram
    • Toni Bluher
    • Kate Brady
    • Marina Brockway
    • Sarah Brown
    • Lisa Byrne
    • Jenna P. Carpenter
    • Tim Chartier
    • Bill Correll, Jr.
    • Carla Cotwright-Williams
    • Mimi Cukier
    • Michael Dairyko
    • Kathleen Daly
    • Joshua R. Davis
    • Erick Deras
    • Lizette Ortega Dickey
    • Alyson Doles
    • Samantha Drost
    • Kate Dyson
    • Berton Earnshaw
    • Chandra Erdman
    • Katie Evans
    • Jaquelyn Fernandez Rieke
    • Stephanie Fitchett
    • Kathie Flood
    • Tamara Fuenzalida
    • Angela Gallant
    • Skip Garibaldi
    • Sommer Gentry
    • Jennika Gold Thomas
    • Amanda (Quiring) Gonzales
    • Amanda Hanford
    • Harold Hausman
    • Ebony Hitch
    • Kelly Hobson
    • Marylesa Howard
    • Rachel Insoft
    • Eleisha Jackson
    • "CJ" Jaynes
    • Maribeth Johnson
    • Marina Johnson
    • Erin Jones
    • Barbara Jordan
    • Harlan Kadish
    • David Keyes
    • Stacey Faulkenberg Larsen
    • Dan Loeb
    • Aaron Luttman
    • Dana Mackenzie
    • Chad Magers
    • Alex McAdams
    • Carissa Mendoza
    • Carol Meyers
    • Erika Meza
    • Christopher Minck
    • George Mohler
    • David Moore
    • Tanya Moore
    • Walter Morales
    • Janeth Moran-Cervantes
    • Elizabet Morgan
    • Carol Muehrcke
    • Grace Nabholz
    • Aisha Nájera Chesler
    • Andy Niedermaier
    • Jacqueline Nolis
    • Kyle Novak
    • Dean Oliver
    • Laurel Paget-Seekins
    • Christine Papai
    • Yolanda Parker
    • Karoline Pershell
    • Cara D. Petonic
    • Jacqueline Pfadt
    • Ashley Pitlyk
    • Kimberly Plesnicar
    • Amanda Plunkett
    • Elizabeth Pontius
    • Emilie Purvine
    • Gregory Rae
    • Rachel Ramirez
    • Blake Rector
    • Mary Lynn Reed
    • Adam L. Rich
    • Christina Roberts
    • Shannon Rogers
    • Lucas Sabalka
    • Jeffrey Saltzman
    • Bonita V. Saunders
    • Kayli Schafer
    • Jeanette Shakalli
    • Julie Shapiro
    • Ali Shappy
    • Richard Sharp
    • Danielle Shepherd
    • Benjamin P. Simmons
    • Andrew Stein
    • Jean Steiner
    • Courtney Stephens
    • Sumanth Swaminathan
    • Rebecca Swanson
    • Shree Taylor
    • Alec Torigian
    • Robert Troy
    • Jane Turnbull
    • Jasmin Uribe
    • Liz Uribe
    • Kim Van Duzer
    • Andrea Walker
    • Clemmie B. Whatley
    • Beatrice White
    • Chris Wiggins
    • Bryan Williams
    • Donald C. Williams
    • Joyce Yen
    • Starting your job search
    • Preparing for an interview
    • Applying to graduate school
    • Contents by career area
    • Contents by highest degree earned
  • Requests
     
     
    Review Copy – for publishers of book reviews
    Accessibility – to request an alternate format of an AMS title
Volume: 642019; 282 pp
MSC: Primary 00; 01; 97;

What can you do with a degree in math? This book addresses this question with 125 career profiles written by people with degrees and backgrounds in mathematics. With job titles ranging from sports analyst to science writer to inventory specialist to CEO, the volume provides ample evidence that one really can do nearly anything with a degree in mathematics. These professionals share how their mathematical education shaped their career choices and how mathematics, or the skills acquired in a mathematics education, is used in their daily work. The degrees earned by the authors profiled here are a good mix of bachelors, masters, and PhDs. With 114 completely new profiles since the third edition, the careers featured within accurately reflect current trends in the job market.

College mathematics faculty, high school teachers, and career counselors will all find this a useful resource. Career centers, mathematics departments, and student lounges should have a copy available for student browsing. In addition to the career profiles, the volume contains essays from career counseling professionals on the topics of job-searching, interviewing, and applying to graduate school.

Readership

Undergraduate and graduate students interested in career possibilities in mathematics.

  • Chapters
  • Charlotte Abrams
  • Xiaoling (Ling Ling) Lim Ang
  • Noelle Balandi
  • Brian T. Bares
  • Paige Bartholomew
  • Ben Baumer
  • Stacy Beaudoin
  • Ebonii Bell
  • Robert M. Bell
  • Nicholas Bennett
  • Nicole Bertram
  • Toni Bluher
  • Kate Brady
  • Marina Brockway
  • Sarah Brown
  • Lisa Byrne
  • Jenna P. Carpenter
  • Tim Chartier
  • Bill Correll, Jr.
  • Carla Cotwright-Williams
  • Mimi Cukier
  • Michael Dairyko
  • Kathleen Daly
  • Joshua R. Davis
  • Erick Deras
  • Lizette Ortega Dickey
  • Alyson Doles
  • Samantha Drost
  • Kate Dyson
  • Berton Earnshaw
  • Chandra Erdman
  • Katie Evans
  • Jaquelyn Fernandez Rieke
  • Stephanie Fitchett
  • Kathie Flood
  • Tamara Fuenzalida
  • Angela Gallant
  • Skip Garibaldi
  • Sommer Gentry
  • Jennika Gold Thomas
  • Amanda (Quiring) Gonzales
  • Amanda Hanford
  • Harold Hausman
  • Ebony Hitch
  • Kelly Hobson
  • Marylesa Howard
  • Rachel Insoft
  • Eleisha Jackson
  • "CJ" Jaynes
  • Maribeth Johnson
  • Marina Johnson
  • Erin Jones
  • Barbara Jordan
  • Harlan Kadish
  • David Keyes
  • Stacey Faulkenberg Larsen
  • Dan Loeb
  • Aaron Luttman
  • Dana Mackenzie
  • Chad Magers
  • Alex McAdams
  • Carissa Mendoza
  • Carol Meyers
  • Erika Meza
  • Christopher Minck
  • George Mohler
  • David Moore
  • Tanya Moore
  • Walter Morales
  • Janeth Moran-Cervantes
  • Elizabet Morgan
  • Carol Muehrcke
  • Grace Nabholz
  • Aisha Nájera Chesler
  • Andy Niedermaier
  • Jacqueline Nolis
  • Kyle Novak
  • Dean Oliver
  • Laurel Paget-Seekins
  • Christine Papai
  • Yolanda Parker
  • Karoline Pershell
  • Cara D. Petonic
  • Jacqueline Pfadt
  • Ashley Pitlyk
  • Kimberly Plesnicar
  • Amanda Plunkett
  • Elizabeth Pontius
  • Emilie Purvine
  • Gregory Rae
  • Rachel Ramirez
  • Blake Rector
  • Mary Lynn Reed
  • Adam L. Rich
  • Christina Roberts
  • Shannon Rogers
  • Lucas Sabalka
  • Jeffrey Saltzman
  • Bonita V. Saunders
  • Kayli Schafer
  • Jeanette Shakalli
  • Julie Shapiro
  • Ali Shappy
  • Richard Sharp
  • Danielle Shepherd
  • Benjamin P. Simmons
  • Andrew Stein
  • Jean Steiner
  • Courtney Stephens
  • Sumanth Swaminathan
  • Rebecca Swanson
  • Shree Taylor
  • Alec Torigian
  • Robert Troy
  • Jane Turnbull
  • Jasmin Uribe
  • Liz Uribe
  • Kim Van Duzer
  • Andrea Walker
  • Clemmie B. Whatley
  • Beatrice White
  • Chris Wiggins
  • Bryan Williams
  • Donald C. Williams
  • Joyce Yen
  • Starting your job search
  • Preparing for an interview
  • Applying to graduate school
  • Contents by career area
  • Contents by highest degree earned
Review Copy – for publishers of book reviews
Accessibility – to request an alternate format of an AMS title
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