Macalester Economics graduates, as in previous years, have chosen to pursue a broad range of post graduate study and career paths. Here are just a few recent examples:
PhD/MA: Tyler Skluzacek ’16 (University of Chicago, PhD in Computer Science), Huiting Fan ’15 (Columbia University, Master of Financial Engineering), Bryan Martin ’15 (University of Washington, PhD in Statistics), Yingtong Xie ’15 (University of Wisconsin–Madison, PhD in Economics), Yiwen Hu ’14 (University of Minnesota, PhD in Mathematics), Disa Hynsjo ’14 (Yale University, PhD in Economics). Other past graduates have attended Northwestern University, the Kellogg Business School, the Harvard Business and Public Policy schools, the University of California at Berkeley, the London School of Economics, Princeton University, and many others.
Business sector: Haroon Bokhari ’16 (Wells Fargo), Alex Klopp ’16 (Deloitte Consulting), Cory Stern ’16 (Analysis Group), Khan Long Tran ’16 (JP Morgan), Pukitta Chunsuttiwat ’15 (Cornerstone Research), Kaspar Mueller ’15 (Amazon), Joseph Dykema ’14 (PricewaterhouseCoopers), Audrey Kohout ’14 (Target), Jie Shan ’14 (Microsoft), Justin Sims ’14 (New York Yankees). Other past graduates have worked for Citibank, Travelers Insurance, Brattle Group, Barclays, Ernst & Young, Aon Benfield, Boeing, and many other firms.
Government/non-profit: Ian Calaway ’16 (Thomas J. Watson Fellowship), So Nakayama ’15 (Bank of Japan), Charmaine Runes ’15 (Urban Institute), Benjamin Lavin ’14 (Peace Corps). Other past graduates have worked at the World Bank, the Jameel Poverty Action Lab, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, the Brookings Institution, Resources for the Future, the Congressional Budget Office, and many other organizations.