University of Notre Dame


Where Quantitative Skills Can Take You After ND

February 10 5:30 - 7:00PM
EVENT TYPE: Find Your Way, Get a Little Help, Have a Little Fun LOCATION: 206 DeBartolo Hall

Faculty Host: The Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics

In this “Ask the Actuaries” seminar, Andrew Karl ‘08 offers an independent contractor’s perspective on where quantitative skills can take you after graduation from Notre Dame.

Refreshments will be served.

Sponsored by the Delahanty Family Endowment for Excellence in Mathematics, the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics, and the Actuarial Science Club

Andrew Karl graduated from Notre in 2008 as an honors math major and completed his Ph.D. in statistics from Arizona State in 2012. Through consulting and teaching short courses as a subcontractor with Adsurgo LLC, Dr. Karl has had the opportunity to work with pharmaceutical, military, technology, manufacturing, and government customers in a broad spectrum of areas including text mining, forecasting, data mining, experimental design, and process control. He has also remained active in academics, contracting on a National Science Foundation grant, serving as a journal referee, and publishing peer-reviewed articles on computation of non-nested multivariate generalized linear mixed models, parallel random number generation, value-added models for teacher evaluation, text mining, and football rankings.