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Report on the 2014 [last year's] Mathematical Sciences Employment Center

Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland.

January 15,16,17 & 18, 2014

The 61th Annual Mathematical Sciences Employment Center was held in Baltimore, MA.

The preparation for the program is now completely online.

A total of 80 employers used at least one table at the Employment Center. Employers had two types of tables to choose from: Quiet Tables and Committee Tables. A variety of employers were represented, and despite long hours spent at the interviewing tables, most employers were very satisfied with their experience and plan to participate again. Approximately 677 job seekers registered for the service also.

Applicants and employers were able to register in advance for the employment center by registering on and paying the appropriate fees (no fees for applicants).

Employers reserved tables which they could use to conduct interviews with any candidate (registered for the Joint Meetings), for any length of time, during any of the open hours. The hours of operation of the Interview Center included three evenings and one extra morning.  During open hours, applicants who were waiting for their next scheudled interview did so in a waiting area, where employers walked over to greet them and bring them to the interview table. 

A few small amenities were added in recent years, including coffee for employers who may not have adequate time between interviews to leave the room. A "Skype booth" was available to registered employers wishing to interview an applicant who wwas not present at the Meetings.  Computers were available for use by participants. 


Below is a list of the employers that attended the January 2014 [LAST YEAR'S] Employment Center.

Applied Mathematics, Inc.
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Austin Peay State University
Ball State University
Bates College
Bowdoin College
Carroll University
Carthage College
Central Washington University
College of Charleston
Connecticut College
Cornell College
Daniel H. Wagner Associates
Davidson College
Delaware State University
Denison University
DePaul University
Dickinson College
Elmira College
Emory & Henry College
Florida Gulf Coast University
General Electric
Georgia Regents University
Georgia State University
Gettysburg College
Grace College
Harvey Mudd College
Hiram College
Hofstra University
Ithaca College
Jacksonville University
James Madison University
Jane Street Capital
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals Department of Mathematical Sciences
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals Prep Year Math Program
Lafayette College
Lewis-Clark State College.
Lycoming College
Marian University
Marietta College
Mercer University
Metron Inc.
Middlebury College
Misericordia University
Mount Holyoke College
National Security Agency
New York University in Abu Dhabi
Newberry College
Peking University
Pittsburgh State University
Reasoning Mind
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Saint Mary's College of California
Sarah Lawrence College
Simmons College
Southern Connecticut State University
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Southern New Hampshire University
SUNY College at Cortland
Swarthmore College
Tennessee Technological University
United States Military Academy (West Point)
United States Naval Academy
University of Arizona
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Houston-Clear Lake
University of Michigan-Dearborn
University of New Haven
University of North Alabama
University of San Francisco
University of Texas at Tyler
University of the Virgin Islands
University of West Florida
University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse
Villanova University
Virginia Military Institute
Washington College
Western New England University
Winthrop University
Youngstown State University

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For Further Information

Contact the Employment Center Staff at the AMS:

Steven Ferrucci
Diane Boumenot

800-321-4267, ext. 4113, or by e-mail:

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