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

Review before your math final

**When**: December 8, 2023 (Friday)

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

Ask your instructor for more information

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

Review before your math final

**When**: December 8, 2023 (Friday)

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

Ask your instructor for more information

Grad student Jack McKee is featured in UH News for his work on coding a package that models the interaction of heated droplets and unheated droplets.

The “Pacific Island Structured-Adaptive Mesh Refinement with Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian” (PISALE) software was supported by a three-year, $591,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. Alice Koniges is the Principal Investigator.

Some careers for math majors include:

**Actuary
**

Assess and manage risk for businesses by analyzing their spending. Actuaries also estimate the probability of events and the costs involved. Check out the UH actuarial program.

**Statistician
**

Collect and analyze data for a company. Statisticians identify trends in data sets and share those patterns with company executives.

**Mathematician
**

Solve problems through numerical analysis. Mathematicians might research new theories, develop mathematical models, or analyze data to solve business problems.

**Economist
**

Gather financial and socio-economic data by studying markets. Economists use this data to help businesses make long-term financial and investment plans.

**Data scientist
**

Interpret large amounts of complex data to gain insights for a company’s business operations. Data scientists may use tools, systems, and algorithms to extract information from data. Check out our math major data science track

**Data analyst
**

Extract useful insights from vast sets of quantitative or qualitative information. Data analysts are in demand across all industries.

**Math teacher
**

Plan lessons, teach and tutor students, correct assignments, and advise student groups or coach athletic teams.

Full disclosure: this list was drafted by an AI Assistant

Interested in private tutoring?

Here is a list of graduate students who are willing to tutor

privately for the Fall 2023 term.

Moriah Aberle: maberle@hawaii.edu

Alexandra Fant: afant@hawaii.edu

Dennis Le: led6@hawaii.edu

Samuel Miller: millers3@math.hawaii.edu

Kestrel Strom: kstrom2@hawaii.edu

Please contact them directly to make arrangements such as cost,

meeting time and place, etc. The Mathematics Department is not

responsible for these arrangements.