The Almagest, Volume 3 No. 12
In a few short weeks our seniors will be moving on to the next chapters of their lives, and we thought you’d like to know a little bit about their plans.
Brooke Bergeron has one more term of classes and soccer at Alma and will finish in December.
Zach Cresswell will be looking for a math or government teaching position in the area.
Jacob Dayringer is applying for hall director jobs in Michigan. He plans to get a masters in student administration.
Brian Hassevoort is headed to Ball State University to pursue a master’s degree in Information and Communication Science.
Danny Hearit has accepted a job as a Java based web application developer at Auto-Owners Insurance. He’s getting married on June 10th.
Dan Krauss begins in May at Auto-Owners Insurance as an Associate Software Developer.
Ian Kurth will be student teaching in the fall, then he’ll look for a math teaching position.
Heath Laugal will be taking some extra classes this summer; he’ll then apply to pharmacy schools in the fall.
Jonathan Morley has a job at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange starting on May 9th.
Chris Przybylski has an internship this summer at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Then he’ll return to campus this fall to finish his computer science major.
Ryan Spitler will start working as an Associate Software Developer at Auto-Owners Insurance in June. He is also getting married this summer.
Jamie Young will be student teaching and coaching football at Shepherd High School in the fall. After that, he’ll look for a job.
The faculty in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science wish you well.
Posted: Wed, April 13th, 2011 at 9:06AM