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After Macalester, students pursue a variety of options in graduate school and employment. A poll of recent graduates showed that they had these future plans:

Computer Science
Eric Biggers ’14 (Verona, Wis.) is a software engineer for Code42, Minneapolis, Minn.
Aaron Laursen ’14 (Charleston, Ill.) works for Google.
Nathan Leech ’14 (Mound, Minn.) works for Amazon in Seattle, Wash.
Melissa Marshall ’14 (Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.) works for Thoughtworks, San Francisco, Calif.
Jie Shan ’14 (Shanghai, China) and Sophors Khut ’14 (Banteay Meanchey, Cambodia) are both software development engineers at Microsoft in Redmond, Wash.
Yu Zhao ’14 (Beijing, China) is a software developer with Epic in Madison, Wis.
Zachary Huffman ’13 (Sewanee, Tenn.) is a software developer for AppFirst, Inc., in Bloomington, Minn.
Malcolm Kane ’13 (Ridgefield, Conn.) works for Thomson Reuters in Eagan, Minn.
Emmy Lim ’13 (Singapore) is a web developer for Rearden Commerce in San Francisco, Calif.
Meg Naminski ’13 (Mountain View, Calif.) works for Amazon in Seattle, Wash.
Kyle Rosenberg ’13 (Minneapolis, Minn.) is a user interface developer for AppFirst in Bloomington, Minn.
Jacob Stein ’13 (Orlando, Fla.) is a software developer with Epic in Madison, Wis

Mathematics
John Graham ’14 (Wooster, Ohio) is working at Epic Systems in Madison, Wis.
Clark Jacobson ’14 (Harvard, Mass.) is working as a search engine optimization analyst for TripAdvisor in Boston, Mass.
Amy Janett ’14 (Verona, N.J.) is pursuing a PhD in applied math at the University of Delaware.
Christa Nilsen ’14 (Springfield, Mass.) is teaching and earning a master’s degree with Math for America in New York.
Johnny Paige ’14 (Portland, Ore.) is doing climate research at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colo.
Justin Sims ’14 (Bronx, N.Y.) is working as a statistical analysis intern for the New York Yankees.
Junyi Wang ’14 (Shanghai, China) is pursuing a master’s in statistics at Stanford University.
Hossein Alidaee ’13 (Los Angeles, Calif.) is an analyst at the Washington, D.C. Federal Reserve.
Ellen Anderson-Benge ’13 (River Falls, Wis.) is a math coach with the Schuler Scholar Program.
Jia Gu ’13 (Nanjing, China) is pursuing a master’s in architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Mike Reeks ’13 (Tinley Park, Ill.) is pursuing a PhD in math at the University of Virginia.
Phuong Vu ’13 (Hanoi, Vietnam) is pursuing a PhD in statistics at the University of Washington‒Seattle.

Statistics
Clark Jacobson ’14 (Harvard, Mass.) is working as a search engine optimization analyst for TripAdvisor in Boston, MA.
Christa Nilsen ’14 (Springfield, Mass.) is teaching and earning a master’s degree with Math for America in New York.
Johnny Paige ’14 (Portland, Ore.) is doing climate research at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colo.
Justin Sims ’14 (Bronx, N.Y.) is working as a statistical analysis intern for the New York Yankees.
Junyi Wang ’14 (Shanghai, China) is pursuing a master’s in statistics at Stanford University. Hao Ding ’13 (Shanghai, China) works for Travelers Insurance, St. Paul, Minn.
Kwame Fynn ’13 (Accra, Ghana) is an analyst in asset management at Goldman Sachs in New York.
Alexandra “Sasha” Indarte ’13 (Minneapolis, Minn.) is pursuing a PhD in economics at Northwestern University.
Yaxi Li ’13 (Chengdu, China) is with Morgan Stanley’s Fixed Income Department in Beijing. Phuong Vu ’13 (Hanoi, Vietnam) is pursuing a PhD in biostatistics at the University of Washington–Seattle.
An Xia ’13 (Shanghai, China) is a consultant with Analysis Group in Menlo Park, Calif

Cecylia Bocovich (Computer Science & Math, '12) will enter the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science currently for a Masters in Mathematics at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
Owen Burbank
(Math, '12) will be a Reporting Engineer for Epic Systems in Madison, Wisconsin.
Hanna Chakoian (Math, '12) will be a math enrichment tutor for the Minnesota Math Corps.
Elise delMas
(Math, '12) will start a PhD program in mathematics at the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities).
Samantha Gupta
(Math, '12) will pursue a J.D. at Harvard Law School.
Ryan Kerwin
(Computer Science, '12) will start a PhD program in robotics at Georgia Tech, Atlanta.
Rayanatou Laouali (Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will be at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota to start a Master's program in International Development.
Wanyi Li
(Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will start a PhD program in Business Administration at UCLA -  Anderson School of Management.
Mo Liu
(Math, '12) will start a master program in finance at MIT Sloan School of Management.
Ishiaka Mansaray
(Math, '12) will start a Teaching Fellow position in Physics at Saint Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire. This is a Penn Residency Masters in Teaching from the Graduate School of Education of UPenn. He will be staying at the boarding school, receive mentoring and eventually start teaching on his own. This is a two year program in which he will earn a Masters in Education.
Ryan Marshall
(Math, '12) will be at the University of Minnesota in pursuit of a PhD in physics.
Trevor McCalmont
(Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will be working at W3i as an analyst in Minneapolis, MN.
Nathaniel Miller
(Computer Science & Math, '12) will be a Software Development Engineer with Amazon in Seattle.
Andrew Rich
(Math, '12) will work at Thomson Reuters as a software engineer.
Morgan Sonnenschein
(Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will be working at Cerner in Kansas City, Missouri.
David Suchy
(Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will be working as an investment banking analyst in healthcare coverage group at UBS in New York City.
Yiting Wang (Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will work at UBS New York as an investment banking analyst.
Maura Warner (Computer Science, '12) is working for Thomson Reuters as a Software Engineer.
Qianyi Yang (Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will be working at Analysis Group in San Francisco as an analyst.
Jeanmarie Youngblood (Math, '12) will start a PhD program in mathematics at the University of Minnesota.
Jingjiao Zhang (Applied Math & Statistics, '12) will work at Citi in New York City in investment banking.