Risk and Insurance Career Fair
Join us for our specialized career fair, where your company can meet more than 300 University of Wisconsin-Madison students interested in risk and insurance careers. This is a great opportunity to recruit highly qualified candidates for both internships and full-time jobs. Students from our actuarial science and risk management and insurance BBA, MBA, and Capstone programs will be in attendance. In addition, students majoring in finance, mathematics, statistics, and/or economics are invited.
Actuarial Research Conference
The annual Actuarial Research Conference (ARC) provides an opportunity for academics and practitioners to meet and discuss actuarial problems and their solutions.
Panelists on actuarial education
The ARC has been held at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin four times:
Risk Theory Society Annual Seminar
The Risk Theory Society, originally founded in August, 1963 as the Risk Theory Seminar, is a self-administered organization within the American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA) whose purpose is to foster research into topics in risk theory and risk management. The Society accomplishes its mission by hosting an annual meeting where papers that have been distributed to members in advance of the meeting are presented and critically discussed in an extended time format. The Society has financial resources to provide assistance to authors who present papers.
For more information, contact Joan Schmit, Department Chair, Risk and Insurance Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find Risk and Insurance research seminars, view Research Seminars.