Loyola University Maryland

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Class of 2012

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Math and Stats 2012

Ashley Birch, Attending Loyola for MAT (masters in arts of teaching) for secondary education (graduating May 2013).

 Erin Cawley, Undecided as of right now, looking for a full time job in the Baltimore area.

 Stephanie Clerkin, Working as a software engineer at Raytheon and part-time grad school @ Johns Hopkins for MS in computer science.

 Thomas Devane, No response.

 Steven Dragone, Will be at Loyola for the 5-year MAT program earning his masters in secondary education.

 Jennifer Ellis, Attending Villanova in the applied statistics program; working as a research assistant.

 Timothy Faver, Will attend Drexel University for Ph.D. in mathematics in order to teach and do research at university level . . . “remember me if positions open at Loyola.”

 Alyson Fox, Will attend grad school at University of Colorado, Boulder for a Ph.D. in applied mathematics.

 Christine Hryzak, Full-time geometry teacher at Christo Rey Jesuit High School in Baltimore. Part-time masters at Loyola University Maryland beginning Spring 2013.

 Alyssa Lamdin, Working in air and missile defense department at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. Also, part-time master’s program at Johns Hopkins for computer science.

 Jessica Lavery, Attending UNC Chapel Hill for MS – Biostatistics.

 Erika Patriarco, No response.

 Danielle Peters, Next year I will be attending Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine to get my Masters in Biomedical Science. This summer I am applying to osteopathic medical schools for the entering class of Fall 2013, so hopefully I will get into a medical school and be able to graduate from PCOM's program after one year with a certificate in the biomedical sciences and head directly to med school.

 William Pinti, No response.

 Maura Powers, Working at CIGNA Health Insurance in Wilmington, DE as an actuary.

 Robert Quigley, No clue, yet.

 David Rupp, Attempting to obtain a teaching job on Long Island.

 Jordan Schnipke, Hopefully, graduate school.