The UCSB Summer Research Program for Undergraduates offers upper division undergraduate students with outstanding academic potential the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors on mathematics research projects for eight weeks during the summer 2014. The program dates are June 23 - August 15.
This program is financially supported by the National Science Foundation.
The program has been designed for students who wish to learn more about the research experience and possibly pursue an academic career in teaching and research. Each student participant will be working individually or in a small group with a faculty mentor in one of the proposed research projects.
Participating students receive an stipend of $4,000. We will also provide housing at the university and an allowance of $300 for travel expenses.
The participants should devote their full time to the program and not engage in any other course work or employment during the eight weeks that the program lasts.
Students participating in this program must be United States citizens or permanent residents. Also, students who have already received their bachelor's degree are not eligible.
For more information, contact: Maribel Bueno (reu-at-math.ucsb.edu)
|The UCSB Mathematics Summer Research Program for Undergraduates is supported by the National Science Foundation. Additionally, this year two students will be supported by the Research Training Groups in Topology and Geometry program.|