Attend Career Perspectives in Math Lecture

Tina Sposato
Tina Sposato

The Fifth Annual Career Perspectives in Math Lecture will be given by Tina Sposato, a staff engineer at Intel Corporation. We invite all interested students to attend the following events open to undergraduate students of all majors:

· A lunch discussion on Thursday, March 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in 348 Avery Hall. This will be an opportunity to meet Tina in an informal setting, network, and ask any questions you may have about her work at Intel. Lunch will be provided and you may come and go as your schedule allows.

· The Career Perspectives in Math Lecture will take place on Thursday, March 8 from 5-6 p.m. in 351 Avery Hall. The topic of the presentation is given below.

"From UNL Math Major to Silicon Desert Engineer," by Tina Sposato (BS. Math. UNL 1997), staff engineer at Intel

Tina will discuss her transition from being a math major at Nebraska to a staff engineer at one of the leading semiconductor companies, Intel. She always knew she wanted a career that used math, and those math skills helped her find her way to a staff engineer position. She will discuss how she uses mathematics within the semiconductor industry to improve Intel’s yields for the latest generation of microprocessors.