Careers in Mathematical Sciences

A degree in mathematics opens paths to diverse careers.
Earlier this month, 3 local alumni participated in a panel discussion on their career experiences, applying math to actuarial science, biostatistics, and education. They offered many valuable perspectives and advice for students. Some ideas include:

- Math skills are in demand and can set you apart from the crowd;

- Math courses provide a foundation for reasoning and picking up specific new skills such as in programming;

- Research projects and experiences can be life-changing;

- Be proactive, look out for opportunities and find joy in what you’re doing.

Mahalo to the participating alumni:
Jesse Agustin, Pacific Guardian Life

Kami White, UH Cancer Center

Robert Young, UH College of Education


Math Jam

To register to Math Jam for Spring 2024, follow the link:

The Spring 2024 version of Math Jam will be held on Thursday, May 2nd from 9am to 2pm on the 3rd and 4th floors of Keller. All students from Math 134, 140X, 215, 241, 242 and 252A are invited to this event.

For more information, you may contact

Math Jam is a huge review session where LAs, TAs and instructors come together to help students prepare before finals week. We are looking forward to see you there!

Math 134, Math 140, Math 241, Math 242, Math 251A, Math 252A

Review before your math final

When: May 2 (Thursday), from 9am to 2pm.

Where: Keller Hall (3rd and 4th floor)

Ask your instructor for more information

Donuts, coffee, math? RSVP here.

Map of rooms

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