Summer research away from Haverford
If you are interested in doing mathematics next summer and would like to work with faculty and students from other institutions, you might like to look over
a list of NSF-funded
Research Experiences for Undergraduates. Women students who would like to take mathematics
seminars from women mathematicians should consider the summer programs at
The George Washington University, and
Carlton and St. Olaf Colleges.
If you can only spend a week or two on math this summer, see what the undergraduate lecture course is at the Program for Women in Mathematics
at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton or learn about applied statistics at Berkeley's Explorations in Statistics Research. If you are a US citizen and a very strong math major at Haverford, I would be happy to nominate you for the
Director's Summer Program, one of the summer programs for college students at the
National Security Agency.
(The deadline for nomination is October 15.) If you can devote an
entire semester to mathematics and want to study abroad, check out the
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics. If you
get inspired by a summer program and want to spend a lifetime doing math, consider going to
graduate school and following in
the footsteps of Haverford alumni.
My favorite Web sites
Check out the Two Trains and a Fly problem at the Math Forum's page on classic
Enjoy a game of
Hex. Download math software for the Mac. Read
biographies of women mathematicians on a page at Agnes Scott College. Learn about mathematicians who were born or died today
at the University of St Andrews.
Word Search on "mathematics" in Quotes at the
Internet Movie Database or watch Russell Crowe lecture on multivariable calculus
in A Beautiful Mind. Tell me about your favorite sites!
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