After Beloit


Mathematics majors go in many different directions after leaving Beloit. Some go on to graduate school in mathematics; those who have a second major often continue in that field, given advantage by their work in mathematics. Universities entered by recent graduates include Chicago, Duke, Iowa, Michigan, Purdue, SUNY at Stony Brook, and Wisconsin, as well as the University of Chicago for business; Johns Hopkins University for astronomy; and UCLA for anthropology.

Other recent graduates have taken jobs in utility and insurance rate-making, operations research for a trucking firm, household energy modeling for the National Bureau of Standards, engineering flight simulators for the U.S. Air Force, high school and grade school teaching, and all kinds of computer work.


James Wicker’21 during the 2022 Econ Day in Chicago

Baseball, Academics, and the Beloit College Family

James Wicker’21 arrived at Beloit prepared to play baseball and complete a 3-2 program in engineering, but loved the classes and connections he made so much that he decided to stay all four years.

Thanks to mentorship from Brian Morello in the center for entrepreneurship (CELEB), James developed the skills that prepared him…

Sahil Rizal’22 headshot

Eye Opening, Fruitful Education

During his college search, Sahil Rizal’22 prioritized intellectual challenge and a small campus where it would be easy to meet people. Beloit not only fit these criteria, but gave him multiple opportunities to gain career-readiness skills. He has successfully entered an economic consulting career, and has been an analyst at Coherent Economics since Jan 2023.  


Flexibility in Data Analytics

Tom Slusher ’12 is motivated by the ever-changing process of working with data.


Data Science - Not a Typical Career

Sunny Jing ’15 makes every workday different as a Data Scientist.


Financial Advisor: A Financial Recommendation Can Solve a Massive Problem

Tamari Maisuradze ’18 uses her educational knowledge and experiences to advise clients on their financial problems.  


Data Scientist: Turning an Interest into a Successful Career

Elom Goka ’14 made the most out of his interest and became a Data Scientist.  


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