Congratulations to Rackham Fellowship Winners!

Emanuel Reinecke, Harry Richman, and Rachel Webb have all been awarded the   Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship! In addition, William Clark was selected as an alternate, should any of the winners from across campus be unable to accept, an honor in itself. […]

Math PhDs wanted: look for Malicious Botnets

Michigan Math Alum Hunter Brooks (PhD 2013, supervised by Kartik Prasanna)  wrote to let  us know that his company, a subsidiary of Oracle called Moat,  will be hiring Math PhDs. They are based in Manhattan, NYC. You could get involved […]

Summer Internship Opportunities

Consider applying for a PI4-IMA Summer Internships this summer! These are supported by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) and organized by the Program for Interdisciplinary and Industrial Internships at Illinois (PI4), a successful internship program for graduate students run by the […]

Junior Colloquium Today!

Don’t miss Jenny Wilson, one of our newest professors, who will talk about Representation Stability in Junior Colloquium today at 4 pm.    Junior Colloquium is an important meeting ground for students to meet each other, other faculty, and potential […]

Innovative Teaching Opportunity: full funding

The Sweetland Writing Center offers Math (and all Rackham) PhD students  a great opportunity to do something different to support themselves, and to get additional training especially valuable for those planning to pursue a career in academia. Please consider applying! Our own […]

Graduate Student Topology and Geometry Conference: funding available!

The 17th annual Graduate Student Topology and Geometry Conference, hosted this year at University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, has funding and wants you to attend their conference! This is a conference aimed at encouraging the next generation of researchers in […]

Want to teach CS in the fall?

EECS will be hiring Math PhD students and/or post-docs in the fall to teach one section of EECS 203 (Discrete Math) or EECS 376 (Foundations of Computer Science). These are multi-section courses where most of the administrative burden will not […]