The Women in Mathematics Directed Reading Program (DRP) application for Fall 2022 are now open for undergraduate students. This initiative aims to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to work with graduate students on a mathematical project. This project could be an introduction to cutting-edge research, setting up the groundwork for a thesis or research project, or a casual survey of an article that would be intimidating to cover on one’s own.
Prospective undergraduate student (mentees) applicants:
Each mentee will receive mentoring one-on-one or in teams of two mentees per mentor, experience communicating mathematics, and a certificate letter from the WiM committee which they can use in their CV distinguishing them as a bright and curious individual. This is a great way to not only explore new mathematics but also meet new mathematicians!
The program is open to current undergraduate students at every stage of their studies, who identify as women or under-represented gender identities.
If you are interested in participating in the DRP program during the Fall 22 term, please fill out this form before September 10, 2022.