Stanley Chu, Student in Math Finance, on Being Challenged

in MediaWatch, Risk Management, Video
February 22nd, 2010

Hung-Te (“Stanley”) Chu, a student the Mathematical Finance Program at Boston University and risk analyst Putnam Investments, discusses why he’s pursuing his degree at the School of Management. He explains how the program’s diversity and focus on teamwork keeps the classroom experience relevant to the corporate world, and what prospective students should expect here: first and foremost, to be challenged.

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