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MATCH Teacher Residency

Seniors may be interested in the MATCH Teacher Residency. This is a one-year teacher residency program. From their recruitment manager, Sara Parr: Basically, we give recent college graduates one year of incredibly intense training designed to make them unusually effective rookie teachers. We then help them find positions in high-need schools, and continue to support […]

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 […]

Tufts University is announcing an innovative program between the Education, Mathematics, and Physics departments to help math, science, and engineering students go into secondary school teaching. Quoting: We are currently recruiting mathematics and science majors who will have a Bachelor’s Degree by June, 2012, for the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at Tufts University.  […]

Current seniors may be interested in the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at Tufts University. The program provides a full scholarship to the graduate Master of Arts in Teaching program, as well as financial support and mentoring during the first four years of teaching in high-needs middle and high schools. This is an ideal program […]

We invite any interested undergraduates to participate in The Problem Solving Competition. Monthly problems will be posted here and outside of the Mathematics Office, and students may submit one written solution to the judges. Winners will be recognized by the department. For this month, written solutions must be submitted by December 17, 2010 to the […]

Each year, the National Science Foundation awards fellowships to graduate students in the sciences to support their pursuit of a Ph.D. at a research university. The NSF intends to fund roughly 2,000 such fellowships next year. The American Mathematical Society has noted that students pursuing graduate studies in mathematics rarely apply for these fellowships, and […]