BEAM summer opportunities

Alumna Ruthi Hortsch (UM BA ’12, MIT PhD ’17), from BEAM,  wrote trying to recruit you! Open Summer Positions at Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM) Faculty positions (for teachers, professors, and professionals able to work during the summer) Junior […]

Jane Street Recruiting Symposium for Math PhDs and students

Kristen Chang at Jane Street , a proprietary trading firm,  reached out to invite YOU, Michigan-affiliated PhD Mathematician (or soon to be PhD mathematician), to a Symposium designed to show you some of the interesting math being done at Jane […]

Exciting Internship Opportunity for Math grad students and post-docs

Rick Laugerson (former UM Math Department post-doc and Professor at UIUC) wrote to me to encourage Michigan peeps and Michigan Alumi to apply to  academic-industry partnered internships that have IMMEDIATE OPENINGS. These are both full time positions as Project Developers, […]

Two Sigma Fellowships

I got the following request for nominations from Leighton Symons at Two Sigma: Two Sigma are proud to announce the continuation of the Two Sigma PhD Fellowship program, which supports doctoral students pursuing a PhD in a STEM field such as […]

Post-doc Position at Northeastern

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 […]

Interested in teaching EECS 376 this fall?

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 […]

Reminder: Sweetland Fellowship due Sunday

The Deadline for applying for a Sweetland Fellowship for next year is Sunday. This is great opportunity to teach something different (as an English GSI!) and discuss teaching of writing through mathematics with a diverse array of scholars. Our own […]

Graduate student conference in algebra, geometry, and topology

Matthew Stover, a professor at Temple and former UM post-doc, wrote to invite YOU to a conference in May. This is a good opportunity to practice speaking and meet some interesting people. They have funding! Matt’s message is below. Dear […]