MinneAnalytics is proud to announce Hamline University School of Business students Montgomery (Monty) Stenroos and Paige Natzke as recipients of 2018 MinneAnalytics Scholarships. Each student received an award of $1000.
Natzke, of Belleville, Wisc., is a math major with a minor in business analytics. Willing to share her expertise, she is a new student mentor for Associate Professor Stacie Bosley’s first year seminar on data analytics and coached high school students participating in Hamline’s first annual high school analytics competition. Natzke is a leader on campus, having served as Vice President of the student congress. She is currently an intern with Metro Transit.
Originally from Prescott, Wisc., Stenroos is majoring in both actuarial math and analytical economics. On campus, he has played for the Hamline Piper football team and participated in analytics competitions. Off-campus, he has already passed his first two actuarial exams and completed internships at Prime Therapeutics and Action Fabricating.
“We appreciate MinneAnalytics’ support for our business school students and their achievements,” said Hamline School of Business Dean Anne McCarthy. “It is wonderful to see them recognized.”
MinneAnalytics Scholarships are awarded to students who display a passion for pursuing a career in analytics and a commitment to engaging with the community. This year, the organization is awarding 20 scholarships to students from schools across the Midwest.