Berkeley MFE Information Session on Campus Published: March 4, 2014 By: Andy Sohn Do you have a passion for problem-solving? Are you enrolled in a degree program in engineering, math, physics, statistics, computer science, operations research, economics, or in a related field? The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program wants to speak with you about career paths in finance and data science. Berkeley MFE Information Session on Campus + Class Visit (Lunch Served) General session on campus, open to the public. Q & A with alumni and executive director. Bring your resume for an on-the-spot review of your background. You may also register to sit in on an MFE course, Dynamic Asset Management with Professor Hayne Leland. Date: Tuesday, March 4th Time: 12:30 – 1:30 pm • info session and lunch 2:00 – 4:00 pm • class visit Location: UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business, Room S270 RSVP: for info session and for class visit. How I Became A Quant: Panel Discussion on Careers in Finance The IAQF (International Association of Quantitative Finance)and the Berkeley MFE program will co-host a panel discussion on finance careers with industry professionals at various stages of their careers. Learn about career paths and future trends. Date: Wednesday, March 5th Time: Registration at 5:00 pm, Panel Discussion begins at 5:30 pm, Reception with light refreshments from 7:00-7:30 pm Location: UC Berkeley Faculty Club RSVP: at http://www.iaqf.org/event/upcoming A fantastic opportunity for students to learn more about the industry – industry veterans will discuss their experiences and trends in the finance field, and will be available for Q&A. If you have questions about the Berkeley MFE, please contact them at (510) 642-4417.