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!

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SIAM Virtual Career Fair on Tuesday July 7

Free registration, and you do not need to be a SIAM member…so please read on! SIAM is offering its first-ever Virtual Career Fair, on Tuesday July 7 at any location near you with an internet connection.   You either need […]

Math during the Pandemic

Here is a resource for folks missing seminar life: Catalog of Virtual Seminars The pandemic has produced an environment where  you can see seminar talks essentially anywhere in the world! You can search by topic, speaker name, place, etc. But never […]

Even with everything, data industry still looking for Math PhDs

Yes, it’s scary out there, with worries both about public health and the economy. The good news is, some places are still hiring, and many of the industries looking for mathematicians (tech, robotics, data science) are poised to do well, […]

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