"I graduated in 2018 with degrees in mathematics and foreign language for international development. Why should you come to Carroll? First off, one of my favorite parts about the math program at Carroll is that it's very applied. I love math because I...Read more
I graduated from Carroll College in May of 2017 with a bachelor of arts in mathematics and a minor in computer science and am now currently in the Computation Sciences Ph.D. program at Marquette University.
"I majored in math and physics at Carroll and I'm currently a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics. My area of interest is in stellar astrophysics; we seek to understand the first stars. Unfortunately, the first...Read more
"I studied math and physics at Carroll (graduating in 2016). What I found is that the only people who work harder than the students are the professors, and this is especially true in the Physics and Math Departments.
"I graduated from Carroll College in May 2016, with a major in mathematics and a minor in physics. I'm currently attending graduate school at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I am working on obtaining my Ph.D. in mathematics, and in my...Read more
I am currently a data scientist at The Boeing Company in Seattle, Washington, where I utilize data to build predictive models and provide analytical solutions. I have contributed to areas such as sensor data analysis, text mining maintenance messages...Read more
I am currently pursuing a PhD in Mathematics at the University of Utah. In particular, I am studying applied mathematics with a focus in mathematical biology, and my research involves building and analyzing a mathematical model of DNA methylation...Read more
After completing my Master’s degree at Montana State I began work for the Center for Clinical Translational Research at Billings Clinic where I consulted on various research projects and helped gather data in the field. The desire to be closer...Read more
Brief description of responsibilities: I work in the New Product Development department at Thomson Reuters. I am responsible for making sure our products are easy and enjoyable to use. To do this, I...Read more
Montana native Raymond F. Messer, P.E., started his engineering career in Carroll's 3-2 program where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics. He spent two years at Columbia University,...Read more