Department of Mathematical Sciences

School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Alumni

Recent Doctoral Graduates

 

 

Our recent PhD graduates of the program have secured employment in both industrial and academic positions.

Of the five most recent PhD graduates in Applied Mathematics, three became Assistant Professors in the University of Houston, TX; Wagner College, Staten Island, New York; McMurry University, Abilene, TX; and Virginia Tech., and one is now employed by Convex Computer Corporation (a manufacturer of high-end computers).

In Statistics, out of the eight most recent PhD graduates, six received tenure-track faculty positions at Arizona State University, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Universidad Autonoma Chapingo, Mexico, the University of Louisville, Kentucky, Northern Arizona University, and DePaul University, Chicago; one became a senior statistician at Texas Instruments, Inc., and one joined the research staff of BNR, a telecommunications firm.

The active role of alumni ensures UT Dallas's ability to reach its fullest potential. Alumni are more important than ever as UT Dallas moves forward. Your involvement and commitment strengthens the quality of the institution, and that strengthens your degree. You can help shape the future of your alma mater. Your membership does matter.

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  • Updated: May 28, 2014