Marjorie lee Browne Talk TODAY

Our department has hosted a Marjorie Lee Browne Distinguished Lecture in celebration of Martin Luther King’s birthday each year since 1999. Marjorie Lee Brown was our department’s first, and one the nation’s first, African American women to earn the PhD […]

Interesting and Meaningful Summer Teaching in NYC or LA

“This summer, change the lives of underserved students with exceptional potential in math” Ruthi Hortsch (BS UM, 2012) wrote to recruit Michigan math graduate students, post-docs and faculty to teach math this summer for BEAM (Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics), […]

Want to teach math to kids in Harlem this summer?

BEAM (Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics) is an enrichment program for kids in New York and LA. They are still hiring teachers for their West Harlem campus to teach Math Team Strategies or Applied Math this summer. You’d be committing […]

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 […]

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 […]

Dissertation Grants from Microsoft

Microsoft is offering Dissertation grants to doctoral students in computing in their fourth year and beyond. These are for students who  self-identify as a woman, African American, Black, Hispanic, Latinx, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and/or people with […]

Marjorie Lee Browne Speaker: Suzanne Weekes

Suzanne Weekes, a 1995 Michigan Math PhD, will give the department’s annual Marjorie Lee Browne lecture at 4 pm in  1360 East Hall. Professor Weekes is at the Center for Industrial Mathematics and Statistics at Worcester Polytech in Worcester, Massachusetts, where […]