Invitations to Industry Monday

  Ian Levitt,  mathematician at NASA Zoom link About: Ian Levitt began his career in 1993, as a high school intern in a computer science laboratory at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) William J Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) just outside Atlantic […]

Invitations to Industry monday

The Invitations to Industry seminar series continues this Monday October 5th at 5pm ET with Igor Ferst, Cofounder and CTO of Mobikit!  Graduate students and postdocs in math welcome!   From Igor: I’m an experienced technologist with a deep and diverse skill set spanning full-stack […]

Moving from academic to industry career plans: A personal story

Mark Greenfield, finishing Math PhD, shared some of his thoughts and experiences about his process of figuring out his post-PhD next steps, finding an internship in finance. Please check out his inspiring story!   Mark’s words:  This will be partly […]

Invitations to Industry resumes next week!

The first Invitations to Industry seminar of the 2020-2021 academic year is coming up next week!    This signature Erdős Institute program connects current math graduate students and postdocs with graduate alumni working in industry. The purpose of this seminar series is […]

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 […]

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, […]

Project Next

Project NExT is a professional development program run by the MAA for new or recent PhDs in the mathematical sciences beginning academic careers. It addresses all aspects of an academic career: improving the teaching and learning of mathematics, engaging in […]

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 […]

Non-Academic Career Panel Tomorrow

It’s not too late to register (here) for tomorrow’s Non-Academic Career Panel.   Tigran Ananyan, Hunter Brooks, Becky Hoai, Ross Kravitz, and Alex Mueller, all of whom completed their PhDs in Math in the past decade, will share their experiences […]