Mathematics & Computer Science Colloquium: March 16, 2017

Thursday, March 16, 20174:00PM - Thursday, March 16, 20175:00PM
At Ruffner 356

STEM Careers at NSA

Speaker: Jill Calhoun
NSA

Abstract: The talk provides a bit of history of NSA, the two main missions of NSA, then details on the career opportunities for STEM career fields with an emphasis on Math careers.  The opportunities at NSA include options for student internships and full-time employment.

Bio: I am a graduate of Notre Dame with a B.S. in Math (1990).  I was a Navy ROTC student in college so I went right into the Navy after graduation.  I spent 20 years in the Navy, part of that time at NSA.  I went to work as a government employee at NSA in 2003.  I completed my M.B.A. while at NSA from Webster University (2009).  I am currently working technology development, managing software development projects.


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