The Ultimate Guide to Majoring in Mathematics

Recorded Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 11:00 PM

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Choosing your major can be a daunting task, but it can help a great deal during the application process to have it thought through. Majoring in mathematics, in particular, can seem mystifying, even to students already in college. Join Reuben Stern to learn about the ins and outs of majoring in math, what classes you can expect to take, what schools you may wish to look into, and how you can start preparing now, including self-teaching and engaging in research.

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Reuben Stern

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Hi, I'm Reuben! I graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Harvard University, and then received my master's of music in orchestral conducting at the Johns Hopkins University Peabody Conservatory. For years, I have played bassoon in many orchestras, including the National Youth Orchestra of the USA and the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra. I was music director of the Harvard Bach Society Orchestra and have conducted the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. I have done research in math that has resulted in a paper submitted for publication. I am also a beginning powerlifter, origami artist, and photographer! Through my varied interests, I have come to understand how all facets of your personality make you into an interesting, valuable, and wonderful person, and I am here to help those qualities shine through in your applications. I look forward to working together and helping you reach—and surpass—your goals!
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