Career panel for Math, Science majors set for Jan. 26
- January 17, 2012
A Career Panel for Mathematics and Computer Science majors and those contemplating them will be held at noon on Thursday, Jan. 26, in the New University Union Multipurpose Room B.
The panel will feature distinguished alums from companies such as Google, Centaur Technologies, MI-9 and TP Lab who will share their perspective on "How to Apply a Math and Computer Science Degree to Achieve a Successful Career in Today's Economy."
Complimentary lunch will be provided, as well as time for networking and Q&A. For more information contact Christopher Rivers at christopher.rivers@csueastbay or by calling (510) 885-2579. This event is cosponsored by the Department of Math and Computer Science in the College of Science and University Advancement.
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