This nine-week summer program, supported by the National Science Foundation, will provide an opportunity for 12 undergraduate students, working in four teams of three students each, to study under a professor in an area of specific interest. The dates of the 2014 program are June 2–August 1, 2014. The participants will work with their professors to produce research results. Students participating in the REU program will also receive a stipend and provisions for housing for the duration of the program.
Particulars for the 2014 Program
- The Program will run from June 2, 2014 to August 1, 2014;
- Students receive a $4,500 stipend, roundtrip transportation to and from Huntsville, and paid housing;
- Project areas are Algebra, Functional Analysis, and Mathematics Education (detailed project descriptions can be found in the links to the right);
- Applications can be submitted through MathPrograms.org (a link is provided to the right);
- A completed application consists of the cover sheet, an unofficial transcript of all completed college level work, 2 faculty recommendations, a separate list of all Mathematics courses attempted with grades; and a no more than 500-word statement explaining your interest in the Program and how you believe participation will benefit your professional development;
- We are only able to accept applications from United States Citizens and Permanent Residents;
- Deadline for receipt of all materials (including faculty references) is 5 p.m., March 5, 2014.