This site collects advice and resources for graduate students in both the Mathematics and Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics programs at the University of Michigan. The advice is generated by students, alumni, and faculty, and is maintained by Professor Karen Smith, with the assistance of PhD students in Michigan’s math department. The information here is not official math department policy. These are resources gathered by and the opinions of many people who care and know something about being a graduate student and/or mentor of one in math at UM. Please click around and leave us a note to let us know what you think!
First year Math PhD and MLB students: consider joining the Fall 2020 edition of SUBgroups. Registration is now open. Older students, please share with your friends and mentees to help spread the word! SUBgroups is an opportunity for first-year math […]
Tony Iarrobino wrote with the following information for those looking for a post-doc in math: As some of you may have already noticed, we are advertising a Zelevinsky Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Training Group (ZPF/RTG) for this Fall on mathjobs. The approval […]
The Associate Chair, Seth Pettie, in the CSE department (the more theoretical side of EECS) is again looking for a Math PhD/MLB student to hire as GSI for EECS 376, Foundations of Computer Science this fall. Let me know if […]
Moving from academic to industry career plans: A personal story September 15, 2020
Invitations to Industry resumes next week! September 9, 2020
EECS looking to hire two math GSIs in the winter September 9, 2020