MTBI 2019: Applications Open
MTBI is an intensive summer research experience that prepares undergraduate students for the rigors of graduate level research at the interface of mathematics, statistics, and the natural and social sciences. Select students are invited to Arizona State University for eight weeks, where their time is split between classroom instruction on research methods and hands-on research projects.
Undergraduate Summer Research Program in Computational Biology
We are pleased to announce the 10th summer for our REU program in computational biology and would hope that you would also be willing to recommend another student(s) for our program this year. More information and our 2019 program flyer can be found at our website – tecbioreu.pitt.edu, which also hosts our program application page.
Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunities for Your Students at Nebraska
We are now accepting applications for the University of Nebraska’s 2019 Summer Research Program, and we’d like to encourage your students to apply.
Poland STEM Semester Info Session Thurs Nov 29 at 4 or 5p
Please let your students know about this returning program for Fall 2019. Information Sessions Thursday, November 29th | 4:00 PM – Dabney Hall, Rm 201 Thursday, November 29th | 5:00 PM – Dabney Hall, Rm 201 Friday, November 30th | 1:30 PM – […]
Artificial Intelligence Summer Institute at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Selections will be made on a rolling basis with the first round of selections starting January 1, 2019, and selections continuing until 10 applicants have been chosen. Applications must be submitted by March 31, 2019. To be considered for selection, applications must be fully completed and submitted and two recommendations must be received within the Zintellect system. Applicants will be notified when selections are completed. For best chance of selection, you must complete your application as soon as possible.
Ipsen and Kelley named Fellows of AAAS
Mathematics Professors Ilse Ipsen and Tim Kelley have been named Fellows of the American Association for Advancement of Science. They are two of the four NCSU faculty among the 416 AAAS members to be named Fellows this year. Ipsen and Kelley have previously been recognized as fellows of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Fall PLUM at Duke Math (Dec 3, Monday) at 4:30pm
Duke Math will host the Fall PLUM (Public Lectures Unveiling Math) talk on Dec 3 (Mon), 4:30-5:30pm at Physics 128. Our speaker is Rachel Levy, the Deputy Executive Director of MAA and Professor at Harvey Mudd College and the co-author of BIG jobs guide: business, industry and government careers for mathematical scientists.
Students are placed in a custom-matched internships in Chile aligned with their career goals, major, and experience. Participants in all career fields can intern in Santiago with a great demand for Engineering, Business and Marketing, Communications and Journalism, Environmental Studies, and Hospitality and Tourism interns.
Undergraduate Research Presentation Opportunities!
Undergraduate Research Presentation Opportunities available.
Mitchel Colebank, PhD candidate in the Biomathematics Graduate Program, has won a prestigious American Heart Association Graduate Fellowship. His work with advisor Mette Olufsen, "Image Segmentation and Patient-Specific Fluid Modeling to Predict Cardiac Disease”, was recently featured in the SIAM News blog.