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Monthly Archives: February 2016
Are you thinking of working in industry?
Written by Sharon Arroyo (Sharon.F.Arroyo@Boeing.com) and Les Button (ButtonLJ@Corning.com) Opportunities in industry for people with hard-core mathematical skills can be very rewarding. In this article, we give our perspective on how to search for a job in industry. We first … Continue reading
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The importance of having a network of mentors and reaching out to all of them
(Originally posted on October 30, 2015) We should not just reach out to our mentors when we have career- or academic-related questions but also when we may have a more personal issue and need the guidance and reassurance of individuals … Continue reading