Research experiences for undergraduate faculty
ICERM, Providence, Rhode Island
This workshop, sponsored by AIM, ICERM, and the NSF, is one in a series of annual REUF workshops. These workshops bring together leading research mathematicians and faculty based at primarily undergraduate institutions to investigate open questions in the mathematical sciences and to equip participants with tools to engage in research with undergraduate students. REUF also serves to jump-start faculty who want to re-engage in research or who are considering a change in their research area.
The workshop will be hosted at ICERM.
The goals of this workshop are to promote undergraduate research and to forge research collaborations among the participating faculty. The majority of the workshop will be spent working on problems in small research groups, reporting on progress, and formulating plans for future work. Note that there are opportunities for participants to continue research activities beyond the workshop week, which will be discussed during the workshop.
Preference will be given to faculty who teach or mentor substantial numbers of minority students underrepresented in mathematics, students with disabilities, or first-generation students.
- Elizabeth Gross (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
- Pamela Harris (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
- Victor Moll (Tulane University)
For more information, or to apply, visit the announcement on the ICERM website. Applications are open to all, and we especially encourage women, underrepresented minorities, junior mathematicians, and researchers from primarily undergraduate institutions to apply.