Andrew Dorst ?21

    Andrew Dorst

    Majors: Mathematics

    Minors: Computer Science, Economics

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wisconsin

    “I feel like the professors do a great job of not only teaching the fundamentals, but explaining the background of the material and how it applies to the real world. I know it has ignited a greater passion and interest in the material for me.”

    Ashley Gorman

    Majors: Data Science

    Minors: Computer Science, Mathematics

    Hometown: Mount Pleasant, Wis.

    “Everyone has been kind, accommodating, and willing to offer advice. I’m thankful for the connections I’ve made at Carthage.”

    Noah Jensen ?23

    Noah Jensen

    Majors: Data Science, Mathematics

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wisconsin

    “All of the mathematics and data science professors I’ve encountered are outstanding individuals and will bend over backwards to help you get the results you want from your education.”

    Olivia Lutterman ?22

    Olivia Lutterman

    Majors: Mathematics

    Minors: Physics, Secondary Education

    Hometown: Manitowoc, Wisconsin

    “The math faculty are super supportive and always willing to help — whether it be about classwork or career advice.”

    Sandra Masibayi

    Majors: Data Science, Mathematics

    Hometown: Nairobi, Kenya

    “I can’t explain how grateful I am to Carthage faculty, staff, non-teaching staff, my advisors, and my peers for the impact they have made in my life while at Carthage. I am glad I had a strong support system around me. Their support encouraged me to keep reaching higher and higher.”

    Syanne Thompson

    Majors: Japanese and Mathematics

    Hometown: Albion, Illinois

    “I would like to be a math teacher in Japan when I graduate. I have always really liked math, so I would like to combine my love for math and my love for the Japanese language.”

    Alexandria Wheeler

    Majors: Mathematics

    Minors: Computer Science

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wisconsin

    “I think other students should consider mathematics because it’s fun! It also has many practical uses, such as in physics, engineering, and actuarial science.”