Activities for Mathematics Majors
Careers and Ideas Talks
For Rutgers undergraduates.
See also AMS links.
- Department of Homeland Security
Tuition and stipend, 3 years. Fellows are required to spend one summer at a national lab or other DHS-supported institution. Tuition and stipend, 3 years.
Fellows are required to spend one summer at a national lab or other DHS-supported institution.
At present (2006) Rutgers has a DHS-supported center.
- Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
Requires bachelor's degree in mathematics
For future high school teachers
Jobs for Students
- Learning Assistants
Learning Assistants are undergraduates hired to work as teaching aides in calculus recitations and to provide one-on-one help to the students. Further information can be found on the Learning Assistant Program home page.
- Graders -- Fall 2023
Open to students who have taken several upper-level mathematics courses and have a good GPA.
To apply for a Grader position for any course in Fall 2023, please complete the Fall 2023 grader application.
For High School Students
School of Arts and Sciences
- Rutgers University Undergraduate Mathematics Problem Seminar
- William Lowell Putnam Undergraduate Mathematics Competition
- NJ Undergraduate Math Competition
- Rutgers Prize Examination
- Garden State Undergraduate Math Conference (GSUMC)
Lecture, Student Talks, Math Competition, Career Workshops. Held yearly in March or April.For results of previous years see our Awards/Prizes page.
Research Experiences and Independent Study for Undergraduates
- Research Experiences for Undergraduates (Summer REU)
- The Directed Reading Program for Undergraduates (DRP)
At Other U.S. Institutions
- AMS REU Listings
- NSF website, link to REU's
- SAMSI, North Carolina State U.
- RIPS: (IPAM Summer Programs, Research in Industrial Projects for Students)
- Kansas State University REU program: www.math.ksu.edu/research/reu/
- George Washington University Summer Program for Women in Mathematics
- EuroScholars Program (Research abroad)
Fellowships for Training in High School Teaching
- The Math for America foundation will support high school teaching in New York City through its
- Newton Fellowship program. The fellowships cover fifteen months of intensive training as well as support through the first four years of teaching, and provide an aggregate stipend and tuition support at the masters level.
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