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Monthly Archive for February, 2012

The Mathematics Department at Connecticut College has extended an invitation to Wesleyan students for a mathematics competition on Saturday, March 31. The contest will consist of a small number of problems, approached by students in teams of two to three students each. Details are being finalized, but the  session should be roughly three hours in […]

REU @ Willamette

Students looking for summer research opportunities in mathematics should consider the 2012 Willamette Valley Mathematics Research Consortium for Undergraduates and Teachers. This is a consortium of mathematicians at four predominantly undergraduate universities in northwest Oregon. The program consists of four research teams, one per institution. Each team consists of four students, one teacher, and two […]

Rhode Island Teaching Fellows (RITF) is a non-profit organization providing an alternate route for training teachers, in partnership with the Rhode Island Department of Education. The focus is on raising student achievement in high-need schools. The RITF is actively seeking candidates that are focused on making a difference in their community. The RITF recruits and […]

Listen in for our own Beth Malmskog as she joins WESU’s show Somewhat Science on Friday, February 17, Friday, February 24, in a puzzle portion called “Math Mostly.” The first puzzle will air on WESU 88.1 FM tomorrow (Friday) between 2:30 and 3:00 in the afternoon.  You can also listen to the show live  at wesufm.org. […]

Washington University in St. Louis is now accepting applications for its Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) 2012 Summer Program.  The REU program is an 11-week summer program that gives undergraduates a taste of research with the hope that they will pursue graduate studies in computer science. The program has a wide variety of exciting projects […]

The UC Berkeley Geometry, Topology, and Operator Algebras RTG Summer Research Program for Undergraduates 2012 is a unique 8 week program for up to 12 undergraduates to explore cutting edge mathematics and get involved with active research problems. Participating students will complete an intensive four week course on either contact and symplectic geometry or homological […]