S.U.R.E. is an opportunity for students who have completed their first year at Stonehill to perform full-time, high-quality research over the summer months under the guidance of an expert faculty researcher. A student in the S.U.R.E. program spends 8-10 weeks of the summer collaborating with a professor - and sometimes other students - on an original research project that fits into the faculty member’s overall research program.
The experience includes postgraduate career seminars, program-wide outings, weekly lunches, and a student poster session in the fall. S.U.R.E. students generally live on campus and receive a stipend for their summer work.
- Julia Afeltra ’16, Michael Dias ’16, David Lawson ’16, Christopher McKay ’16, Ryan Paulik ’16 and Sara Wilson ’15 worked with Hsin-hao Su, associate professor of Mathematics, and Heiko Todt, assistant professor of Mathematics, on projects that include finding the edge-balance indexes of the L-product graph, finding all possible friendly indexes of the Barycentric subdivision of wheel graphs, as well as determining which cubic graphs are edge-magic.
The Noyce Undergraduate Research Experience is a program funded by a grant to Stonehill from the National Science Foundation. This summer, Professor Eugene Quinn worked with Abigail Soraci ’16, Megan Yarmalovicz ’17 and Jason Dimmick ’18 on "Analyzing Volatility in Growth Measures," which examined measures of student progress.
- Matt Tardiff ’14, “Multiple Episodes in the Course of Body Dysmorphic Disorder” presented at Mind Brain Research Day at the Alpert Medical School, Brown University in March 2014 (in the process of being submitted for publication).
- Terence Rose ’13 made a presentation titled “On Balance Index Sets of Bi-degree and Tri-degree Graphs” at the 43rd Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing at Florida Atlantic University.
- Daniel Bouchard ’12 presented “On the Balance Index Sets of Genaralized Books and Ear Expansion Graphs” the 24th Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing at Illinois State University.
- Patrick Clark ’12 presented “On the Edge-Balance Index Sets of L-product of Cycle by Star Graphs” at the 24th Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing at Illinois State University.
In addition, student research has been published in Congressus Numerantium and the International Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Sciences.
Places where Stonehill students have recently interned include:
- Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
- Cubist Pharmaceuticals
- Department of Veterans Affairs
- Eastern Bank
- European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium
- John Hancock corporate offices
- Liberty Mutual (Actuary)
- Raytheon Systems
- Rhode Island Hospital: Body Dysmorphic Disorder Program
- Staples Inc.
Career Services Resources for Students
The Office of Career Services offers extensive assistance to students seeking employment, pursuing advanced studies or participating in postgraduate service opportunities. By completing internships and utilizing mentors, students are empowered to build lifelong career management skills.
Mathematics-specific career resources
- Extensive on-campus recruiting program for internships and entry-level jobs.
- Annual career fairs and graduate school information sessions.
- Externships and internships in New York; Washington, D.C.; and Los Angeles (weeklong and semesterlong programs).
- Various industry-specific career lunches – government, nonprofits, sustainability, retail management, insurance, biotech and pharmaceuticals.
- Math and Economics alumni career panel.
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- Boston Scientific
- Brown Brothers Harriman
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- General Dynamics C4
Systems Director – Business Development
Senior IT Architect
- New England Research Institute
- North Plainfield School District
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