This month's Spotlight features Hamed, a former triple major in Econ-Math, Philosophy, and Global Studies, who now applies his love of deep thinking to creating risk models for financial firms.
Hamed, on what he wish he'd known in undergrad:
"...I had infinite possibilities and I didn't know how to pick anything. I went into college thinking I was going to be a 'business person,' which really has no definition. I wish I had known earlier that I could do whatever I wanted in a very literal sense. And I guess that's the wonderfulness of a liberal arts education--being able to experiment and change majors six times."
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Editor: Brandilyn Gilbert, Academic Advisor