Opportunity for teaching focused faculty position at UM

The Computer Science and Engineering department (CSE) reached out to me, as they often do, looking to recruit mathematicians to be career-oriented teaching faculty members in CSE. Many math folks, including many with no particular CS background, have taught for […]

NSF Math Sciences Internship for Doctoral Students

Apply Today! https://zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/NSF-MSGI-2023 Application and Recommendation Deadline: January 30, 2023, 8:00 AM EST February 6, 2023, 8:00 AM EST (recommendations) The National Science Foundation (NSF) Mathematical Sciences Graduate Internship (MSGI) Program provides opportunities for mathematical sciences doctoral students to participate in internships […]

Preparing for a career outside the academy

In Ethan’s words… Maybe your interest in a life outside the academy started like mine. I love doing math research—really, I do. Learning from and working with my research advisor has taught me to approach problems carefully and with different […]

Career opportunities for Math PhDs

Please join us next Friday, September 23 at 4 pm in 1372 East Hall, with refreshments following at 5pm in the lower atrium to learn about some careers in national defense for mathematics PhD. All math graduate students and post-docs […]

Lecturer Jobs Open

The University of Illinois, Chicago just opened several lecturer positions in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science. I can put you in contact with other Math PhD alums who have done this, or with the Chair, Brooke Shipley, […]

Alumnus Alexander Zaitzeff to speak in Invitations to Industry

The Invitations to Industry Spring 2022 Seminar Series begins Monday, February 7 at 12pm ET with Dr. Alexander Zaitzeff, Senior Research Engineer at Two Six Technologies! Alex is a 2020 AIM PhD graduate from Michigan Math. Alexander Zaitzeff is currently working as a Senior Research Engineer at Two […]

Academia to Tech: Advice from Luis Serrano

Luis Serrano (UM Math PhD 2010) offered insight and advice to fellow travelers considering a career change from academia to tech. Luis is currently a Quantum Artificial Intelligence Research Scientist at Zapata Computing, a Boston company offering positions and internships […]

Luis Serrano to speak in Invitations to Industry Monday

Our own Luis Serrano (UM Math PhD 2010) will be speaking Monday November 15 at Noon in the Invitations to Industry seminar, jointly sponsored by the Erdos Institute. Don’t miss Luis! He’s an incredibly helpful resource for our PhD students […]