A 2011 graduate of St. Olaf College, Ben Bayer pursued a true liberal arts education, majoring in History and concentrating in Statistics. This multidisciplinary background has given him a unique skill-set for meeting the challenges of institutional research.
Ben enjoyed a college experience that was rich in diverse opportunities for research. In addition to numerous qualitative and quantitative projects undertaken in history, Ben benefited from his work as a fellow with St. Olaf’s Center for Interdisciplinary Research, where he provided statistical consulting services for student projects across multiple fields and participated in an on-campus study that assessed the effectiveness of college resources.
At Hardwick Day, Ben applies his passions for research and technology toward projects that promote the continued strength of the college experience across the nation.
Hometown: Duluth, MN.
Favorite Book: The Complete Sherlock Holmes.
Best advice you’ve ever gotten? Do, or do not. There is no try.