“...helped me prepare for the intense studying involved with the actuarial exams”
Amy Sibbel, Class of 2006
Hometown: Vail, Iowa
Major: Mathematics, with a minor in business
Place of Employment: EMC Insurance Company in Des Moines, Iowa
Title: Actuarial Analyst
“My mathematics and business professors helped me prepare for the intense studying involved with the actuarial exams by challenging us to learn class material well and offering assistance when we struggled with a concept. They wanted us to do well and did what they could to make sure we received a good quality education at BVU and I thank them very much for that!”
“...consider problems from new perspectives and critically analyze information”
Vince Peichel, Class of 2011
Hometown: Burnsville, Minn.
Majors: Mathematics and an interdisciplinary major in Japanese and communications/Teaching English as a Second Language
Place of Employment: Metron Scientific Solutions, Inc. in Arlington, Va.
Title: Operations Research Analyst
“The most important thing I learned from my mathematics professors at BVU and the courses they taught was the ability to think critically. Certainly, it is the case that the mathematical knowledge I gained from my professors has been an integral part of success in my career, but being able to consider problems from new perspectives and critically analyze information in order to engineer solutions and produce viable outcomes has been by far the most important part. The math professors at BVU don’t just teach math, they provide you with the means to perceive and make sense of the world in extraordinary ways.”