George T. Barthalmus Undergraduate Research Grants
Proposals will be reviewed by faculty familiar with the field of study (discipline), and recommendations for funding will be considered by a committee appointed by the SNCURCS advisory board. Students will be notified approximately 1 week prior to the fall symposium, and awards will be presented at the fall symposium.
Applications for 21st annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
Students interested in attending the 21st annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (NCUWM) on January 25-27, 2019, must complete an application online between October 2 and October 9, 2018.
Topology dance performance
This math outreach performance will be at Stewart Theatre on campus this weekend. Supported by the NSF, Dr. Tye Lidman have been working with local dance company Black Box Dance Theater to produce a dance performance involving several students/faculty at NCSU and the local community that teaches about topology (and hopefully encourages a more positive perspective on mathematics and the arts in the community).
FBI recruiting visit at NCSU – Sept. 25, 3-4pm, Talley 4280
The FBI is coming to visit campus on 9/25 at 3pm to recruit interns and full time. They are interested in STEM and Business majors (analytical thinkers) for entry level.
UUG: REU Panel September 24
(Research Experience for Undergraduates) program could be the perfect summer plan for you! Get paid to do mathematics over the summer! Applications are usually free, projects are designated for undergrads, and there are REU programs all across the country!
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education
Are you passionate about mathematics and the learning/teaching of mathematics? Would you like to spend a semester in a beautiful historical city (home to Paul Erdos and George Polya), with one of the most vibrant cultures in Europe? How about learning in small, lively classes where instructors challenge each student to deeply engage with the material?
NSF GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION PREPARATION WORKSHOP – SEPTEMBER 18th
The Graduate School will sponsor a workshop for students interested in applying for the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRFP). At the workshop, participants will hear from a panel that includes those who have reviewed GRFP applications for NSF, as well as other experts on the review process. The panel will provide valuable advice on how to put together a winning application.
World premiere of the groundbreaking collaboration of modern dance & 4th-dimensional math
Black Box Dance Theatre in collaboration with Mathematics Assistant Professor Tye Lidman share the complexities, questions, and deeply human connections of mathematics and movement.
Three Minute Thesis
Join the Graduate School for the 4th annual Three Minute Thesis on October 30, 2018. Ten finalists will have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis topic and its significance. 3MT® develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and supports the development of research students’ capacity to effectively explain their research in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.
Reminder for Wed., 9/5/2018: Two FAO info. sessions for funded opportunities (all majors)
Come to our first two information sessions of fall 2018! Meet the Fellowship Advising Office (FAO) and learn about the details about external funding for extraordinary opportunities open to undergraduates, graduate students, and alums in all disciplines before fall 2018 deadlines (see go.ncsu.edu/FAOcalendar).