Eric Sligay, Graduate of the Applied Mathematics Program at Kettering University
Monday, November 18
Room 2-225 at 12:20 pm
Eric Sligay graduated in 2003 with a concentration in Applied Statistics. He was a co-op at General Motors Acceptance Corporation
(GMAC) Insurance in the Actuarial Department where he was involved with extended warranty pricing. Upon graduation
Mr. Sligay accepted a position at GMAC Insurance as an Associate Statistician/Analyst in the Actuarial Department. His responsibilities included the
analysis of extended contract pricing and warranty pricing. Mr. Sligay obtained a Master’s degree in Financial Mathematics from Wayne
State University. He is currently employed at First Mercury Financial.
Mr. Sligay will discuss the Actuarial profession in general and his professional experience as an actuary. He will also describe the trials,
tribulations and rewards of being a Mathematics major at Kettering. A degree in Mathematics can lead to some interesting, lucrative
professions – the actuary profession is one example.
If you are interested in Mathematics – Please join us. Lunch will be served to the first 75 attendees