What are some University of Michigan Math Majors doing?

Luis Acuna has written a book on interfacing Turbo Pascal and assembly language. He teaches at the Instituto Technologico in Costa Rica, and conducts research on earthquake damage. 

Frances Allen '57 received the top honor in computing. She was the first woman to receive the Turing Award, considered the Nobel Prize for computing, for her work with IBM. 

Josef Blass received Poland’s highest civilian honor: the Knight’s Cross of Merit, for his leadership in advising Polish businesses and institutions during the transition to democracy. 

Luis Boticario is a Lieutenant Commander and Assistant Chief of Staff for Administration in the United States Navy. 

Dennis Bourke is Chairman of Anesthesiology at the Baltimore V.A. Medical Center. 

David Calkans has a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Johns Hopkins University, and conducts research on visual information processing in the brain. 

Christopher Goekjian is President/CEO of Credit Suisse Financial Products in London, UK. 

Kimberly Hartzfeld '93 is a Manager for Accenture, a global firm offering business management and information technology services to all types of industries worldwide. 

David Kaprelian is a Consultant for Towers Perrin, a global human resources consulting firm. He is also an Associate in the Society of Actuaries. 

Steve Karasick is Vice President of Global Markets at Citibank. He trades single stock and index derivatives, focusing on U.S. markets. 

Wayne Laszlo worked in aerospace mathematics at NASA for several years. He is now a Senior Consultant for Computer Horizons Corporation. 

Keith Lindsay works in the Climate/Global Dynamics Division of the National Center for Atmospheric Research. 

Daniel Maki '66 is Chairman of the Mathematics Department at Indiana University – Bloomington. He is also Vice President of CDT, Inc., a company that produces computer-based speech training aids. 

Robert Nelson '75 is President of Airflow Sciences Corp., which uses a combination of simulation and testing to solve industrial fluid flow problems. 

David Ortland is a Research Scientist working on modeling dynamics of the middle atmosphere. 

Benjamin Schultz went to dental school and now has a practice specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry. 

Patrick Bidigare '97 is a Research Scientist for Veridian Systems, a company that provides research and engineering for government departments. The Ann Arbor component handles most of the work on the development of remote sensing technologies. 

JJ Carroll '95 is an Actuarial Consultant for the Swiss Re Financial Group, a diverse family of companies with a focus on wealth accumulation and financial security products and services. 

Carol Fan '97 is an Associate Mathematician for RAND Corporation, who works as part of a team to aid policymakers in the decision making process through data analysis, simulation, and/or modeling. 

Erin Hendrick '00 is an Associate in the Professional Development Center for Towers Perrin, which is a human resources and employee benefits consulting firm. 

Navah Langmeyer '96 is a Senior Cryptologic Mathematician with the National Security Agency, a federal agency tasked with protecting information critical to U.S. national security interests, and collection and processing of foreign signals to provide intelligence. 

Dale Larson '66 is a retired Public School Teacher who taught mathematics in a local high school for 40 years and chemistry and physics for 11 of those years. 

Gary Levenbach '02 is an Actuarial Analyst for CIGNA, an employee benefits company that manages health, group life, group disability, and retirement/investment products. Gary works in Health Care Pricing as an analyst for Delaware, South Carolina and Pennsylvania. 

Dick McLaughlin '62 is a retired Technical Supervisor/Software Engineer for Bell Laboratories, the research and development arm of Lucent Technologies, which produces switching and transmission equipment for the telecommunication industry worldwide. 

Anthony Prasznik '93 is the Director of Actuarial Research for The Auto Club Group (AAA), an insurance company providing personal lines products. AAA is also a member services company offering travel, emergency road services and financial planning. 

Sandra Ross '92 is the Director, Actuarial Pricing for The Auto Club Group (AAA), an insurance company providing personal lines products. AAA is also a member services company offering travel, emergency road services and financial planning. 

Carmen Saleh '95 is a member of the Global Operations Team within Delphi’s Information Technology group. Carmen’s team is the central governing body for all of IT. Multinational Delphi Corporation is a world leader in mobile electronic and transportation components and systems technology. 

Mark Stuff '02 is a Research Scientist for Veridian Systems, a company that provides research and engineering for government departments. The Ann Arbor component handles most of the work on the development of remote sensing technologies. 

Lan Wang '94 is a Technical Specialist for the Ford Research Lab, Ford Motor Company, which is one of the “Big Three” automotive manufactures in Michigan. 

Lucia Cooper '65 is a Senior Principal Consultant for Hyperion Solutions. Hyperion is the global leader in enterprise software and services for Business Performance Management.