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- Mathworld: "the web's most extensive mathematics resource"
- American Mathematical Society (AMS)
- The Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
- American Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS)
- American Statistical Association (ASA)
UTD Mathematical Sciences Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
- Pioneer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU): As a result of a unique partnership with Pioneer Natural Resources, this research program with its prestigious fellowship is available to undergraduate juniors and seniors who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
We thank Professor Mac Hyman (Tulane University and Former Group Leader,Mathematical Modeling and Analysis Group, Los Alamos National Laboratory) for allowing us to share the following advice.
There are a wide range of corporations and institutions that employ applied mathematicians and computational scientists. If you are interested in applying for a summer internship, then check out some of the following links and be sure to note the application deadlines.
Once you have identified a program that interests you, then the application is just the first step to getting a position. These are very competitive programs and you greatly increase your chances if you have a supporter employed at the institution where you are interested in doing your internship.
I recommend that you identify individuals at the institution for the program with which you are interested in working. You can do this by using the library search engine to look for recent papers published on specific topics (use the keyword option) and published at a specific institution (limit your search to authors at the institution in which you are interested). Mark and download the abstracts of the papers that interest you.
After reading through the list of abstracts, then download the papers that interest you. If you are still interested after reading the papers, then send the author a personal email (based on reading their papers) to say that you have applied for a summer internship at their institution. Attach your CV and application to the email and if they would be willing to consider working with you during the summer if you are accepted into the program.
- SIAM: Internship and Career Information in Industry, Research Institutions, and Government Labs
- BW: Internships and Summer Opportunities
- Cornell University: Career and Internship Opportunities for Undergraduates in Mathematics
- Purdue University: General Information
- List of mathematics internships maintained by Juan Restrepo (University of Arizona)
- The Complex Systems Summer School at the Santa Fe Institute
- Mathematical Biosciences Institute(MBI) summer programs for
Undergraduate Students | Graduate Students
- Internship & Co-op Opportunities for Undergraduates
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
- Paid Co-op/Internships and Summer Research Opportunities in the Life Sciences
- National Research Council Research Associate Programs at participating federal laboratories and affiliated institutions
- RAND's Graduate Student Summer Intern Program
- The Summer Internship Program (SIP) at the National Institutes of Health
- National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Graduate Students (EAPSI)
Qualifying Exam Archive
The Qualifying Exams take place each year in the spring semester. If there are any further questions please contact Dr. Vish Ramakrishna, Chair of the Qualifying Exam Committee.
- Spring 2013: Math (107kb) | Stat (81.7kb)
- Spring 2012: Math (206kb) | Stat (128kb)
- Spring 2011: Math (347kb) | Stat (246kb)
- Spring 2010: Math (275kb) | Stat (299kb)
- Spring 2009: Math (244kb | Stat (325kb)
- Spring 2007: Math (400kb) | Stat (292kb)
- Spring 2006: Math (Not available) | Stat (245kb)
- Spring 2005: Math (270kb) | Stat (24.5kb)
- Updated: August 4, 2014