Student Resources: Summer Research
Research interests of our faculty include algebra, combinatorics, algebraic geometry, topology, mathematical biophysics, calculus of variations, mathematical pedagogy, mathematical economics, and statistics (and the faculty at Bryn Mawr have interests in dynamical systems, harmonic analysis, number theory, as well as some of the topics listed above). Often there are summer research opportunities for students to work with a faculty member on questions pertinent to his/her research program. These summer research projects can lead to joint student-faculty journal publications, and opportunities for students to present their work both on campus and at regional and national mathematics meetings.
We also encourage our students to seek out summer research opportunities elsewhere. In recent years, several students have taken advantage of programs such as NSF REU sites, and internships at NIST, and NSA.