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					            Program                     Location             Date(s)             Research Areas

Arizona State University           Arizona State     8 weeks June 9th -     dynamical systems,
Mathematical & Theoretical         University Tempe, August 1st             stochastic processes,
Biology Institute                  AZ                                       computational methods
                                                                            and modelling




Brigham Young University 2009      Brigham Young       8 weeks: June 15th - area-minimization
Mathematics REU                    University Prove,    August 7st          problems, steiner
                                   UT                                       problems, minimal
                                                                            surfaces




California State University, Chico California State    June 8th - July 17th statistics, number theory,
Research Experiences in            University Chico,                        and mathematical
Mathematics for Undergraduates CA                                           modelling
and Teachers
Canisius College Research      Canisius College   8 weeks: June 16th - geometry and physics on
Experiences for Undergraduates Buffalo, NY         August 8th          graphs




Carnegie Mellon University:    Carnegie Mellon     May 26th - July 14th applied mathematics
Summer Undergraduate Applied   University Center
Mathematics Institute          for Nonlinear
                               AnalysisPittsburgh,
                                PA




Carleton College Summer        Carleton College   June 21st - July 19th mathematics
Mathematics Program for        Northfield, MN
Women Undergraduates




Central Michigan University    Mt. Pleasant,      June 1st - July 25th   analysis, geometry,
Research Experience for        Michigan 48859                            graph theory, and matrix
Undergraduates                                                           theory
Research Experiences for            Clemson          May 17th - July 11th Computational Number
Undergraduates Clemson              University                            Theory and
University                          Clemson, South                        Combinatorics
                                    Carolina




Cornell University Research    Mathematics           June 8th - July 31st   analysis on fractals;
Experiences for Undergraduates Department,                                  solving games on
                               Malott Hall,                                 graphs; groups via
                               Cornell University                           actions
                               Ithaca, NY

Virginia Bioinformatics Institute   Virginia Tech    May 26th - July 31st mathematical systems
REU Site: Modeling and              Blacksburg, VA                        biology
Simulation in Systems Biology
George Washington University:   The George         June 27th - August     Mathematics
Summer Program for Women in     Washington         1st
Mathematics                     University
                                Washington DC




Grand Valley State University   Grand Valley       June 14th - August     Voting theory, wavelets
Undergraduate Research          State University   8th                    and applications,
Experience in Mathematics       Allendale, MI                             geometry of polynomials,
                                                                          Hausdorff Metric
                                                                          Geometry




Hope College Mathematics        Hope College       June 1st - July 24th   statistics, algebra and
Research Experiences for        Holland, MI                               topology, combinatorics
Undergraduates                                                            and graph theory, real
                                                                          and non-real zeros,
                                                                          geometric spirals
Indiana University REU Program Indiana University   June 22nd - August     mathematics
in Mathematics                 Bloomington, IN      14th




James Madison University REU    James Madison       June 1st - July 24th   computational statistics,
in Mathematics                  University                                 environmental statistics,
                                Harrisonburg, VA                           differential equations,
                                                                           Groebner Bases and
                                                                           Sudoku
Lafayette College Mathematics   Lafayette College   8 weeks                geometry, modeling
REU                             Easton,                                    complex systems,
                                Pennsylvania                               discrete math




Mathematical Sciences           Mathematical        June 15th - July 24th Coding theory
Research Institute              Sciences
Undergraduate Program           Research Intitute
                                Berkeley, CA




Miami University: Summer        Miami University,   7 weeks: June -        Mathematics and
Undergraduate Mathematical      Oxford, Ohio        July 2009              statistics
Sciences Research Institute
(SUMSRI)




Missouri State University REU   Missouri State      June 8th - July 31st   mathematics
                                University,
                                Springfield , MO
Mount Holyoke College: The      Mount Holyoke   June 15th - August   algebraic geometry,
Summer Mathematics Research     College South   7th                  number theory
Institute at Mount Holyoke      Hadley, MA
College




University of Minnesota         University of   May 31st - August    various disciplines
Multicultural Summer Research   Minnesota       7th
Opportunities
National Aeronautics and Space   Participating        Summer - 10         Engineering,
Administration (NASA)            NASA centers and     weeks; Fall - 15    mathematics, computer
Undergraduate Student            research support     weeks at 40 hours   science, physical/life
Research Program                 facilities           per week            sciences




National Cancer Institute 2009   National Cancer      June 8th - August   cancer research
Cancer Research Fellowship       Institute, various   7th
Program                          sites
North Carolina State University   North Carolina     May 26th - July 31st modelling and industrial
Research Experience for           State University                        applied mathematics
Undergraduates in Mathematics     Raleigh, NC




Oakland University REU            Oakland            May 11th - July 3rd   computational and
Summer Program                    University                               numerical statistics and
                                  Rocherster, MI                           mathematics; topics
                                                                           include medical
                                                                           simulations,
                                                                           mathematical models in
                                                                           engineering,
                                                                           interconnection
                                                                           networks, high
                                                                           throughput screening
                                                                           analysis, algebraic
                                                                           curves and
                                                                           automorphism groups,
                                                                           scientific visualization
Oregan State University 2009      Oregan State       8 weeks               mathematics
REU                               University
Rose-Hulman Institute of      Rose-Hulman        June 6th - July 31st   inverse problems,
Technology REU in Mathematics Institute of                              geometric analysis, and
                              Technology Terre                          computational number
                              Haute, IN                                 theory




Rutgers University DIMACS REU Rutgers University 8 weeks: June 1st - combinatorics
and DIMACS/DIMATIA REU        New Brunswick,     July 24th
                              NJ                 DIMACS/DIMATIA
                                                 participants in
                                                 Prague, Czech
                                                 Republich July 20th -
                                                  August 5th
Rutgers University: Research in   Rutgers University 8 weeks: June 1st - Health Science,
Science and Engineering (RISE)    New Brunswick,     July 24th; 10 weeks: engineering and
Summer Program                    NJ                 June 1st - August    mathematics
                                                     7th




Texas A&M University              Texas A&M          June 8th - July 31st   matrix analysis and
Undergraduate Research in         University College                        wavelets, mathematical
Mathematics                       Station, TX                               modeling in ecology and
                                                                            physiology, algebraic
                                                                            methods in
                                                                            computational biology




Trinity University REU in         Trinity University   May 25th - July 24th algebra with emphasis
Mathematics                       San Antonio, TX                           on the theory of non-
                                                                            unique factorizations in
                                                                            integral domains and
                                                                            monoids
University of California, Los University of         June 21st - August   all academic fields such
Angeles Summer Programs for   California, Los       15th; some           as arts, humanities,
Undergraduate Research (SPUR) Angeles, CA           programs in          social sciences, life
                                                    sciences,            sciences, health
                                                    technological,       sciences, physical
                                                    engineering, and     sciences, engineering,
                                                    mathematics fields   etc.
                                                    run June 21st -
                                                    August 28th




University of California at San   University of     June 22nd - August   Bioengineering,
Diego: Summer Training            California, San   15th                 Bioinformatics, Biological
Academy for Research in the       Diego                                  Sciences, Biomedical,
Sciences (STARS)                                                         Chemical Engineering,
                                                                         Chemistry/Biochemistry,
                                                                         Computational
                                                                         Neurobiology, Marine
                                                                         Biodiversity and
                                                                         Conversation, Materials
                                                                         Science, Mathematics,
                                                                         Mechanical and
                                                                         Aerospace Engineering,
                                                                         Molecular Pathology,
                                                                         Neurosciences, Physics,
                                                                         Scripps Institution of
                                                                         Oceanography,
                                                                         Structural Engineering,
                                                                         Computer Science and
                                                                         Engineering, Earth
                                                                         Science, Electrical
                                                                         Engineering, Marine
                                                                         Biology and Research
                                                                         Division



University of Illinois at Urbana- University of     June 15th - August   stochastic modeling in
Champaign REU in Mathematics Illinois at Urbana-    7th                  actuarial science and
                                  Champaign                              financial mathematics;
                                  Urbana, IL                             experimental number
                                                                         theory;
University of Minnesota Duluth    University of      June 8th - August     graphy theory,
Summer Program of                 Minnesota Duluth   13th                  combinatorics, and
Undergraduate Research in                                                  number theory
Mathematics




University of Nebraska REU in     University of     June 1st - July 25th   applied mathematics:
Mathematics                       Nebraska Lincoln,                        mathematical models of
                                  Nebraska                                 neurons, matrix and
                                                                           integral models for
                                                                           predicting population
                                                                           dynamics,
                                                                           differential/difference
                                                                           equations




University of North Carolina at University of North June 8th - August      algorithmic
Greensboro REUin Mathematics Cariolina              1st                    combinatorics on words
                                Greensboro, NC




University of Pittsburgh          Univertiy of       May 26th - July 31st simulation and computer
Bioengineering and                Pittsburgh                              visualization of biological
Bioinformatics Summer Institute   Pittsburgh, PA                          systems at multiple
                                                                          scales
University of Washington REU in University of     June 22nd - August   inverse problems
Mathematics                     Washington        14th
                                Seattle,
                                Washington



University of Wisconsin-Madison University of     May 26th - August    computational biology
REU in Mathematics              Wisconsin         1st                  and biostatistics
                                Madison, WI




Williams College SMALL         Williams College   June 15th - August   commutative algebra,
Undergraduate Research Project Williamstown, MA   14th                 geometry (in Granada,
in Geometry                                                            Spain), knot theory,
                                                                       number and random
                                                                       matrix theory
Wabash Summer Institute in        Wabash College       June 1st - July 24th   mathematics and
Mathematics                       Crawfordsville, IN                          computer science




Worcestor Polytechnic Institute   Worcester            May 26th - July 25th industrial mathematics
REU in Industrial Mathematics     Polytechnic                               and statistics
and Statistics Program            Institute
                                  Worcester, MA
      Year          Citizenship?     Ethnicity    Minimum GPA        Stipend
                                    Restrictions
undergraduate     Citizen or       not indicated not indicated $3000 stipend,
sophomores or     Permanent                                    airfare and
juniors           Resident                                     transportation up
                                                               to $500. room and
                                                               board




current freshman, Citizen or       No Ethnicity   not indicated   $3200 stipend,
sophomore, or     Permanent        Restrictions                   $500 travel
junior; must have Resident                                        allowance, free
had at least one                                                  housing, $750
proof-based                                                       travel allowance to
mathematics                                                       conference
course (e.g.
abstract algebra,
advanced
calculus, real
analysis, etc.


undergraduates    Citizen or       No Ethnicity   not indicated   $2200 stipend,
                  Permanent        Restrictions                   travel allowance,
                  Resident                                        and housing
                                                                  provisions
undergraduates      Citizen or   not indicated   not indicated   $3600, partial
who have            Permanent                                    meal allowance,
completed two       Resident                                     $500 travel
years of                                                         allowance
undergraduate
studies towards a
major in
mathematics,
physics, or related
fields


undergraduates    Citizen or     No Ethnicity    not indicated   $2250 stipend,
who have finished Permanent      Restrictions                    housing, and
their sophomore   Resident                                       allowances for
or junior year                                                   food and travel




female            Citizen or     female          not indicated   $1600 stipend,
undergraduates    Permanent                                      campus room and
who are finishing Resident                                       board, travel
their first or                                                   allowance
second year of
undergraduate
work, who have
completed linear
algebra but have
not completed
more than one
year of
mathematics past
linear algebra

undergraduates    Citizen or     not indicated   not indicated   $3500 stipend,
who will be       Permanent                                      room in an
undergraduates in Resident                                       apartment, meal
fall 2009                                                        allowance, travel
                                                                 money to the REU
Undergraduates     Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   up to $463 in
who have a solid   Permanent    Restrictions                    travel support, a
background in      Resident                                     dorm room to be
mathematics and                                                 shared with other
some knowledge                                                  participants, up to
of computation                                                  $926 for meals,
                                                                and a stipend of
                                                                $3,357




Undergraduates     Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   $4000 stipend;
                   Permanent    Restrictions                    participants will
                   Resident                                     arrange their own
                                                                room and board


undergraduates     Citizen or   not indicated   not indicated   stipend, travel
                   Permanent                                    costs, on-campus
                   Resident                                     housing, meals,
                                                                access and use of
                                                                library and
                                                                recreation/sports
                                                                facilities
Undergraduate      Citizen or   Women           not indicated   $1750 stipend,
women              Permanent                                    travel allowance,
completing their   Resident                                     and campus room
junior year and                                                 and board
have
mathematical
experience
beyond the typical
first courses in
calculus and
linear algebra




Undergraduates     Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   $3400 stipend;
who have           Permanent    Restrictions                    housing; and food
completed one full Resident                                     allowance of $560
year of calculus                                                ($70 per week)
and once course
in linear algebra




undergraduates    Citizen or    not indicated   not indicated   $3200, free
                  Permanent                                     housing, travel
                  Resident                                      support, funds for
                                                                books/supplies
undergraduates    Citizen or   not indicated   not indicated   housing, $2400
who have not      Permanent                                    stipend, travel
completed an      Resident                                     allowance
undergraduate
degree in
mathematics as of
06/22/2009




Undergraduates    Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   on-campus
                  Permanent    Restrictions                    housing, $3250
                  Resident                                     stipend
Undergraduates       Citizen or        No Ethnicity    not indicated   $3200 stipend;
                     Permanent         Restrictions                    housing
                     Resident




undergraduates       Citizen or        not indicated   not indicated   $3000 stipend,
who have             Permanent                                         lodging, meals,
completed two        Resident                                          and roundtrip
years of university-                                                   travel to Berkeley,
level mathematics                                                      CA
courses




undergraduates     Citizen or          No Ethnicity   not indicated    $3000 stipend and
who have           Permanent           Restrictions                    SUMSRI will pay
completed the      Resident            but especially                  for participant's
calculus series                        interested in                   travel, room,
and at least one                       African                         board, and
proof-based                            Americans                       supplies
mathematics or                         and other
statistics course;                     underrepresen
the candidate                          ted minorities
should be entering                     and women
their junior or
senior year after
attending SUMSRI


undergraduates       U.S. Citizen or   No Ethnicity    3.25 GPA or     $3500 stipend and
currently a junior   Permanent         Restriction     higher          travel allowance
or senior            Resident                                          up to $450, on-
                                                                       campus housing
                                                                       and meals
Junior and Senior   Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   $3600 and room
undergraduates      Permanent    Restrictions                    and board
that have taken     Resident
the calculus
sequence, linear
algebra, and at
least one course
beyond




sophomores,         Citizen or   not indicated   2.8 GPA or      $4000 stipend,
juniors, and        Permanent                    higher          room and board
seniors majoring    Resident
in social sciences,
arts, humanities,
business,
education, natural
sciences, physical
sciences,
mathematics, and
engineering who
have completed at
least 31 credits by
the end of the fall
semester 2006
Undergraduate      U.S. Citizen   No Ethnicity    3.0 GPA      Summer - $6000
classified as a                   Restrictions                 Fall - $9000
junior or senior                                               stipend, one round-
before the                                                     trip airfare or
expected                                                       ground
commencement                                                   transportation
of the internship                                              costs to and from
session majoring                                               the NASA host
in engineering,                                                center, a location
mathematics,                                                   allowance at
computer science,                                              specific high cost
or physical/life                                               NASA centers
sciences;
classification
based on
completed credit
hours:
sophomore, 24+
credit hours;
junior, 40+ credit
hours; senior, 60
credit hours

undergraduate       Citizen or    not indicated   3.0 GPA or   $600 travel
sophomore and       Permanent                     higher       allowance, stipend
junior and priority Resident                                   of $3300, and
will be given to                                               housing
those who has                                                  accomodations
completed
relevant
coursework in
biological,
chemical,
physical,
computational,
and mathematical
sciences, or
engineering
undergraduate     Citizen or   not indicated   not indicated   $3600 stipend,
mathematics       Permanent                                    housing provided,
major as of       Resident                                     partial meal
September 2007                                                 allowance, travel
                                                               funds up to $300




undergraduates    Citizen or   preferably    not indicated     $3200 stipend,
who have taken    Permanent    looking for                     $400 travel
calculus and have Resident     underrepresen                   allowanc, room
some                           ted minority                    and board, support
programming                    students                        for travel to
background                                                     professional
                                                               meetings




undergraduates    Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   stipend, travel
                  Permanent    Restrictions                    allowance,
                  Resident                                     housing
                                                               accomodations
full-time          Citizen or   No Ethnicity    Not indicated   $3100 stipend, on-
undergraduate      Permanent    Restrictions                    campus housing,
methematics        Resident                                     meal allowance,
major as of                                                     travel funds up to
Septemeber 2009;                                                $400 provided as
should have                                                     needed
background in
analysis or
differential
equations, algebra
or number theory,
some experience
in using a high
level
mathematical
package or
programming
language

undergraduates    Citizen or    not indicated   not indicated   housing, $3300
with a major in   Permanent                                     stipend depending
computer science, Resident                                      on choice of
mathematics, or a                                               housing option,
closely related                                                 travel allowance
field and who are                                               up to $500
current juniors
although
sophomores with
exceptionally
strong
backgrounds will
be considered;
seniors will be
allowed into
program if they
will not have
graduated by the
time the program
begins
Undergraduate     Citizen or   not indicated   3.0 GPA;         $3200 for 8
sophomores,       Permanent                    although         weeks, $4050 for
juniors, and      Resident                     exceptions may   10 weeks, free on-
seniors                                        be granted       campus housing,
                                                                travel
                                                                reimbursement for
                                                                up to $500




Undergraduates    Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated    $450 per week
comfortable with  Permanent    Restrictions                     stipend, free on-
basic matrix      Resident                                      campus housing,
manipulations and                                               subsidized travel
elementary linear
algebra.




Undergraduate     Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated    $3500 stipend,
mathematics       Permanent    Restrictions                     free campus
majors            Resident                                      housing, travel
                                                                allowance of up to
                                                                $500, $300
                                                                allowance to travel
                                                                to a local or
                                                                national meeting
                                                                during the 2008-
                                                                2009 academic
                                                                year
Undergraduates      Citizen or       No Ethnicity   Not indicated   stipend, on-
                    Permanent        Restrictions                   campus housing,
                    Resident                                        roundtrip travel
                                                                    costs




Undergraduates,     U.S. Citizens,   African        not indicated   stipend and
Recent graduates,   Nationals, or    American,                      housing provided
and Master          Permanent        American
students            Residents        Indian,
                                     Lation/a,Mexic
                                     an-American,
                                     Native Pacific
                                     Islander, and
                                     Puerto Rican




Undergraduates      Citizen or       No Ethnicity   not indicated   $3200 stipend
                    Permanent        Restrictions                   only; participants
                    Resident                                        will be responsible
                                                                    for the cost of
                                                                    travel, food, and
                                                                    housing
students between       Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   $3500 stipend,
their sophomore        Permanent    restrictions                    travel allowance
and junior years       Resident                                     up to $500, living
or junior and                                                       expenses of
senior years                                                        $1500, on-campus
                                                                    apartment housing



undergraduates         Citizen or   not indicated   not indicated   $3000 stipend, up
with at least          Permanent                                    to $400 travel
sophomore              Resident                                     support, room and
standing; stong                                                     board provided on-
mathematic                                                          campus
recommended




Undergraduate          Citizen or   No Ethnicity    not indicated   $5000 stipend,
students at the        Permanent    Restrictions                    travel allowance,
sophomore,             Resident                                     housing
junior, and senior                                                  allowance, and
levels whose                                                        participation in a
undergraduate                                                       national/internation
study is in                                                         al meeting or
mathematics                                                         conference
and/or computer
science
undergraduates         Citizen or   not indicated   not indicated   $3200 stipend,
enrolled in the life   Permanent                                    housing provided
sciences,              Resident                                     (undergraduates);
mathematics,                                                        $5000 stipend
engineering, and                                                    (undergraduates)
computer science                                                    and free housing
entering their
junior or senior
year; graduate
students entering
their first or
second year
undergraduates    Citizen or    not indicated   not indicated    $3600 stipend,
who have          Permanent                                      travel allowance,
completed their   Resident                                       on campus
junior year or                                                   housing
equivalent by
spring 2008

undergraduates     Citizen or   African        preference        $4200 stipnd,
majoring in either Permanent    American,      given to GPA of   travel support,
a quantitative     Resident     Hispanic,      3.0 or higher     housing, health
science or in                   Native                           insurance, partial
biology, and have               American,                        food allowance
successfully                    Southeast
completed at least              Asian, Native
one year of                     Alaskan or
calculus;                       Native Pacific
preference will be              Islander, OR
given to students               students (of
who will have                   any ethnic
completed their                 background)
junior year and                 who are
who have a GPA                  McNair
of 3.0 or higher                scholars, OR
                                students who
                                attend small
                                liberal arts
                                institutions
                                without broad
                                research
                                facilities are
                                strongly
                                encouraged
                                to apply.



undergraduates    Citizen or    not indicated   not indicated    $3240 stipend,
                  Permanent                                      housing
                  Resident
Undergraduate       Citizen or    No Ethnicity    not indicated   $3600 stipend,
who have course Permanent         Restrictions                    free housing,
work in             Resident                                      travel allowance
mathematics up
through and
including a course
in abstract algebra
or linear algebra



undergraduates       Citizen or   not indicated   not indicated   $3000 stipend,
who about to         Permanent                                    housing, travel
enter their senior   Resident                                     support
or junior year and
who will not
graduate before
December 2009
                       Description                              Application Available

This intensive eight-week summer research experience         http://mtbi.asu.edu/SummerPro
for undergraduates in Tempe, Arizona prepares promising gram.html
young scientists interested in working at the interface of
mathematics, statistics and the natural and social
sciences for the rigors of graduate studies. Collaborative
research environment with fellow participants, graduate
students, postdoctoral students, visiting scholars; students
work in self-selected groups on research problems of their
own choosing in collaboration with experienced faculty
and graduate students mentors. By the end of the
program, students have completed technical report and
poster and oral presentation to peers and scientists.
Participants receive intensive instruction in dynamical
systems, stochastic processes, computational methods
and modeling delivered by top scientists and special guest
lecturers and colloquia speakers.


The Brigham Young University (BYU) Summer                   http://math.byu.edu/reu/index.ht
Mathematics Research Experience for Undergraduates          m
(REU) is an exciting eight-week program:

to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to
experience doing mathematical research
to encourage undergraduate students, especially female
students and students from institutions with limited
research opportunities, to attend graduate school in
mathematics; and
to prepare participants to be successful in graduate
school

The research experience is intended to give participants    http://www.csuchico.edu/math/R
an appreciation for the breadth and depth of mathematics    EUT.shtml
and its applications, while providing undergraduates an
opportunity to improve their communication skills and
providing in-service teachers an experience which will
deepen their understanding of mathematical content and
inspire pedagogical innovation in their classrooms. By
working on open problems in mathematics, participants
will experience the excitement of exploration, discovery,
analysis, proof, and systematization that are part of the
mathematicianπs world. While much of mathematics is
accessible only after years of study, the field is rich
enough to allow for a fuller mathematical experience at
the undergraduate level.
This REU program is focused on the study of graphs with         http://www3.canisius.edu/~kahn
three types of projects:                                        gb/reu/

the invention of new families of graphs and the study of
their combinatorial properties using tools from algebraic
topology and geometry;
the study of algebraic and combinatorial properties of
groups using heat kernel techniques from physics;
the study of groupoids, especially the ones associated
with graphs or built from topological data.


Carnegie Mellon University will offer a summer program for        http://www.math.cmu.edu/users/
twelve undergraduates considering research careers in             brandon/summerinst/general.ht
mathematical sciences. Students who have finished their           ml
sophomore or junior years and who have strong academic
records will be given preference. Among applicants who are
otherwise comparable, admission to the program will be
designed to create an ethnically diverse group of participants.
Applications from women and minorities are especially
encouraged. They will spend seven weeks in Pittsburgh
participating in a course in analysis, a computer laboratory, and
working on projects under the direction of research faculty.
Program participants will receive Carnegie Mellon credit. Faculty
who are actively engaged in applied mathematics research and
who have a particular interest in undergraduate education will
provide the instruction.


An intensive four-week summer mathematics program for            http://www.math.carleton.edu/s
eighteen talented undergraduate women will take place at         mp/application_index.html
Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, June 21 - July 19,
2009. The courses will be in two areas not normally covered in
an undergraduate curriculum. The students will immerse
themselves in mathematics, living and working in a supportive
community of women scholars (undergraduates, graduates, and
post-graduates) who are passionate about learning and doing
mathematics. The program's intent is three-fold: to excite these
young women about mathematics and mathematical careers, to
provide them with the tools they will need to succeed in a
mathematical career, and to connect them with a network of
fellow female mathematicians.




Eight students will be chosen to work with faculty members of   http://www.mth.cmich.edu/NSF
the Mathematics Departments. Professors Yeonhyang Kim,          REU/REU2009.htm
Sivaram Narayan, and Brad Safnuk will guide student research
Participants will be introduced to various tools, techniques http://www.math.clemson.edu/~
and problems from computational number theory and             kevja/REU/
combinatorics. The participants will be divided into teams
of two or three. Each team will then pick a problem on
which to focus for the remainder of the REU. The goal of
the program will be to help students attain a higher level of
independence in mathematical research by giving them
the opportunity to take part in a significant and interesting
research project. For the first two weeks of the program
participants will meet daily with the PI and co-PI. As time
progresses, these meetings will become less frequent in
order to allow the students to reach an increased level of
independence. Participants will be strongly encouraged to
pursue the publishing of their results in a suitable
mathematical journal. Students will also be encouraged to
attend the SouthEast Regional Meeting On Numbers
(SERMON) in the spring of the following year and present
their work there.


Visit website for project description                          http://www.math.cornell.edu/Un
                                                               dergraduate/REU/REU.htm




The intellectual focus of the program is mathematical          http://biomath.vbi.vt.edu/index.p
systems biology. Specifically, students’ research projects     hp
will be concerned with the mathematical modeling and
analysis of networks. This includes molecular networks,
such as gene regulatory networks, immune system
response to pathogens, and urban epidemiological
networks.
The organizational structure of the program involves 3
mathematicians at ICAM and 3 mathematicians at VBI as
student mentors and the VBI education and outreach
officer, as well as a full-time summer graduate student
program associate. Students will be housed together with
the students of the annual VT summer program
Multicultural Academic Opportunities Program (MAOP)
(http://www.maop.vt.edu), and the timetable for the
proposed program will mirror that of MAOP, which
typically begins around June 1. During 10 summer weeks
the MAOP program is intended to give students from
underrepresented groups research opportunities and
prepare them for graduate school with a variety of
activities. The REU students in the proposed program will
be housed with the MAOP students and participate in
select MAOP activities. MAOP will also include this REU
opportunity in its extensive recruiting program at minority-
Goals of this program are to communicate an enthusiasm http://www.gwu.edu/~spwm/
for mathematics, to develop research skills, to cultivate
mathematical self-confidence and independence, and to
promote success in graduate school. SPWM will offer a
number of seminars led by active research
mathematicians, with the assistance of graduate students.
The seminars will be organized to enable the students to
obtain a deep understanding of basic concepts in several
areas of mathematics, to learn how to do independent
work, and to gain experience in expressing mathematical
ideas orally and in writing. No course credits or grades will
be given. There will be panel discussions on graduate
schools, career opportunities, and the job market. Weekly
field trips will be organized to facilities of mathematical
interest around the Washington area.

We begin each Monday with breakfast provided by the        http://www.gvsu.edu/mathreu/
faculty, and then it is time to get back to work. Teams of
students meet every weekday with their faculty mentors,
and then work on their projects. Every other week, each
team gives a 20-to-30 minute presentations about their
research. In the middle of the week, there is "Group Fun",
which can be miniature golf, a movie, a minor league
baseball game, a trip to the beach, or something else,
depending on the students' interests. At the end of the
week, a guest faculty speaker gives a seminar talk on his
or her research interests.

The Hope campus has almost 200 undergraduate               http://www.math.hope.edu/reu.h
students from Hope College and other colleges and          tml
universities doing research in the natural sciences and
mathematics during the summer. There are substantial
recreational opportunities, with the west Michigan
beaches nearby. Joint social events will be planned with
students in concurrent REU programs in physics,
computer science, biology, and chemistry.

Our past experience has shown that students find
summer research experiences to be both valuable and
enjoyable. Many have written papers based on their
results and given talks at professional meetings.
The program emphasizes individual projects and one-on- http://www.math.indiana.edu/pro
one relationships with faculty advisors. For this reason, we grams/reu/
try to match each student with an appropriate project and
advisor during the admissions process. Thus faculty
advisors are able to send suggestions for background
reading prior to the start of the program. During the
following eight weeks, students meet privately with their
faculty advisors several times per week. During the first
few weeks the student will work to further understand the
details of the project. During the middle weeks, the
student will be working full-time on the project. During the
last two weeks, the student will be preparing both a written
and oral report on his or her results. All along the way, the
faculty mentor will be providing assistance and
encouragement. Students will be encouraged to all meet
once a day in the REU room. At least once a week, faculty
will give accessible lectures on topics of current research
interest in mathematics. During the last week each
student will give a lecture on his or her own work. Each
student is also required to prepare a written report. These
reports are bound together into a single volume that will
JMU's College of Science and Mathematics will be hosting http://www.math.jmu.edu/reu/
undergraduate research students working on projects in
mathematics, materials science, and chemistry. The
September 2003 issue of the Council on Undergraduate
Research (CUR) Quarterly [Volume 24, Number 1]
featured an article on the JMU REU programs entitled,
"Building a Summer Research Community," and the April
2004 issue of the Association of American Colleges and
Universities' AAC&U News online member newsletter
featured JMU's REU programs in an article entitled, "JMU
Advances Integrative and Engaged Learning through
Summer Research Programs in the Sciences." Also, the
Februrary 2006 issue of Math Horizons contains an article
about our REU program. JMU was also listed as one of
the top 35 institutions spotlighted for excellence in
"undergraduate research/creative projects" opportunities
in the 2007 US News and World Report America's Best
Colleges guide. On-campus housing will be provided for
mathematics REU students in the same building as the
research students in the other sciences, and there will be
a number of common social activities among these
groups during the program. So there will not only be
Lafayette College's REU Program is an intensive, eight         http://ww2.lafayette.edu/~math/r
week summer research experience in which                       eu/index.html
undergraduate students investigate unsolved problems in
mathematics. Over the past n years, more than 8*n
students have participated in the program (where the
value of n increases every year), working in small groups
directed by individual faculty members. Most students who
have participated in the Lafayette program have published
papers in professional journals and presented talks on
their summer research at national mathematics
conferences.
The MSRI-UP is a comprehensive program for                     http://www.msri.org/calendar/wo
undergraduates that aims at increasing the number of           rkshops/WorkshopInfo/489/sho
students from underrepresented groups in mathematics           w_workshop
graduate programs. MSRI-UP includes summer research
opportunities, mentoring, workshops on the graduate
school application process, and follow-up support. The
MSRI-UP will:

Train undergraduates in mathematical research through a
six-week summer program at MSRI in Berkeley, CA.
Provide participating students opportunities to present
their research at national conferences in the year following
the summer program.
Introduce participating students to a network of mentors
through national societies known for their mentoring
activities and professional support for students.
Guide students in the process of applying to graduate
programs and fellowships.


During these seven weeks, students will participate in     http://www.units.muohio.edu/su
problem seminars in mathematics or statistics. The         msri/
program will also include a technical writing seminar, a
GRE preparation workshop, two short courses on algebra
and real analysis, and colloquium talks given by well know
mathematical scientists. There will also be panel
discussions to present information on graduate school
and career opportunities in the mathematical sciences.




Visit website for detailed description                         http://math.missouristate.edu/re
                                                               u/
The Summer Mathematics Institute at Mount Holyoke            http://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/
College has been engaging selected undergraduates in         math/reu/
useful mathematical research since 1988. Topics have
been drawn from number theory, algebra, algebraic
geometry, analysis, mathematical physics and statistics.
Frequently the topic involves the application of
computational techniques to gain further insight into the
problem. The Institute is supported by the National
Science Foundation's Research Experiences for
Undergraduates (REU) program. The topics chosen for
the institute are serious ones connected with the main
research interests of the faculty adviser, and not just
artificial problems created for students. A project must
meet the following criteria: (1) It deals with mainstream
mathematics; (2) It can be attacked by computer
experimentation; (3) It has a reasonable chance of
producing results which will be of interest to the larger
mathematical community; (4) It is accessible to the extent
that students with a background of courses a little beyond
calculus and linear algebra can be rapidly trained to
understand the problem and some techniques for working
on it; and (5) It involves some questions which can almost
MSROP is directed by four goals: (1) to encourage            http://www.grad.umn.edu/outrea
undergraduate students to give graduate education            ch/research/MSROP/
serious consideration following completion of their
undergraduate studies; (2) to provide talented students
with faculty mentors who will introduce them to the
methodology of the chosen discipline by involving them in
research and scholarly activities; (3) to create an
environment in which the participant and the faculty
mentor will be able to assess realistically the student’s
potential for and interest in graduate studies; and (4) to
provide a sense of community among the students and an
opportunity to develop the networking skills important to
building professional bonds within the community.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is              http://www.epo.usra.edu/usrp/
sponsoring the NASA Undergraduate Student Research
Program (NASA-USRP) offering undergraduates across the
United States research experiences at NASA Centers.
Students may apply for a 10-week summer session or a 15-
week fall session. The purpose of the NASA-USRP is three-
fold:(1) To attract undergraduate students from the widest array
of backgrounds, who are fully representative of America’s racial,
ethnic, and cultural diversity; and to provide them with hands-
on, challenging research experiences that stimulate continued
student interest in the fields/disciplines aligned with NASA’s
research and development mission. (2) To build a national
program bridge—from existing NASA K–12 Education Program
activities to NASA Higher Education Program options (3) To
extend and strengthen NASA’s commitment to educational
excellence and university research; and to highlight the critical
need to increase the Nation’s undergraduate and graduate
science, engineering, mathematics, and technology skill base.




The 2009 Summer Cancer Research Fellowship program                 http://icbp.nci.nih.gov/education
provides a unique opportunity for eligible sophomore or junior     _outreach/student_resources/un
college students to engage in innovative, integrative biology      dergraduate_opportunities/anno
approaches to cancer research through the National Cancer
                                                                   uncements.html
Institute’s (NCI) Integrative Cancer Biology Program (ICBP).
The ICBP, composed of nine multidisciplinary Centers across
the United States, focuses on the analysis of cancer as a
complex biological system. Researchers within each ICBP
Center utilize the integration of experimental biology with
mathematical and computational modeling to gain new insights
into the biology and possible management of cancer.

Selected student participants will be paired with a faculty-
mentor from an ICBP Center based on the students' indicated
research interests. Through mentored research projects and/or
laboratory work, faculty lectures, seminars, discussions and
other activities, the students will gain an understanding and
appreciation of major questions currently under investigation as
well as the novel approaches being used within the ICBP
Centers.
This REU will expose undergraduate students to challenging         http://www.math.ncsu.edu/REU/i
and exciting real-world problems arising in industrial and         ndex.php
government laboratory research. This experience benefits its
participants in ways not possible with traditional coursework.
REU students will learn valuable techniques of applied
mathematics and how to work in teams to accomplish common
objectives. The fact that there may be no ready-made structures
or body of results to cover the initial problem formulation only
compounds the excitement. Students will see the value placed
on their work by those outside the University, in the real world"
of business and industry. In addition, students will gain practice
communicating about mathematics. Each student will be
required to give frequent progress reports, both oral and written,
and to write a paper and make a poster presentation.



CaNSaM offers undergraduate students the opportunity to              http://gauss.math.oakland.edu/d
participate in active numerical and computational research. The ept/REUSite/REUSite/About_Ca
participants will gain insights and develop skills for identifying   nSam.html
and solving problems that are amenable to computer simulation
or solution. They will also develop visual, written, and oral skills
in communicating mathematics and statistics. The close
contacts developed in this program will be an incentive for
participants’ further study and eventual employment in
mathematics or statistics. Participants in the program will
become role models for underrepresented minorities to help
encourage mathematically talented students to pursue careers
in mathematics and statistics. Students in the program will be
encouraged to make themselves visible in their respective
communities.


The students spend a large portion of their time working     http://www.math.oregonstate.ed
on research projects. A few students come with their own u/~math_reu/reuinfo.htm
project, but most work on projects suggested by the staff.
Often students work jointly on a project, and students are
encouraged to assist with each other's projects. We view
computers as valuable experimental tools in mathematics,
but our final goal is always to give a proof or mathematical
explanation of patterns observed.
Two teams of four students each will work collaboratively http://www.rose-
with this summer's program faculty, Professor Kurt Bryan, hulman.edu/mathREU/REUhom
Professor David Finn, or Professor Joshua Holden.           e.php
Professor Bryan's team will investigate determining the
nature and location of cracks or defects in materials using
nondestructive testing through solving inverse problems.
Professor Finn's team will explore "the shape of a cookie",
a problem involving geometric analysis (differential
geometry and partial differential equations) that concerns
the shape assumed by a sesile drop (the "cookie dough")
on a flat surface (the "cookie sheet"). Professor Holden's
team will conduct research on the "discrete logarithm
problem," and closely related to cryptographic
applications. The teams will make use of computers and
software such as Matlab and Maple. Brief mathematical
descriptions of the two research areas are given below:
Computational Number Theory, Geometric Analysis,
Inverse Problems

There are four associated REU programs: The DIMACS             http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/REU/i
REU program offers projects mentored by DIMACS                 ndex.html
members.
The program begins with eight weeks of intensive work
during the summer of 2009; students are strongly
encouraged to continue their projects during the academic
year 2009-2010. We expect DIMACS will select twelve
undergraduates to participate, DyDAn will select five
undergraduates to participate, and the Math Department
will select approximately five to ten students (depending
on availability of funds) for their program. Participants will
have a DIMACS, DyDAn, or Math Department faculty
member as a supervisor. DIMACS is also offering an
exchange program between DIMACS and our sister site
DIMATIA at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.
RISE is jointly sponsored by two of the nation's leading      http://rise.rutgers.edu/riseinfo.ht
public research institutions -- Rutgers, the State University ml#dates
of New Jersey and the University of Medicine & Dentistry
of New Jersey (UMDNJ), located under an hour from New
York City. We choose 20-25 outstanding undergraduates
to participate in cutting edge research in the sciences,
math, and engineering under the guidance of prominent
faculty mentors. All the while, we will pay you a stipend
and provide free on-campus housing. We especially
encourage application from underrepresented minorities,
students from economically/educationally disadvantaged
backgrounds, and those who are the first generation in
their families to attend college. Admission to RISE is
highly competitive

Participants will have the choice of at least three            http://www.math.tamu.edu/REU
programs: matrix/wavelets analysis, the mathematical           2000/index.html
modeling of ecology and physiology, and algebraic
methods in computational biology. We expect between 6-
12 student participants for each program. Students from
groups under-represented in mathematical research are
especially encouraged to apply.




visit website for background reading material on the topic     http://ramanujan.math.trinity.edu
for 2009, project and research description, student            /tumath/REU/index.shtml
comments, etc.
The UCLA Summer Programs for Undergraduate                    http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/asis/s
Research (SPUR) offer upper division undergraduate            rp/srpintro.htm
students with outstanding academic potential the
opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors on
research projects. The programs are designed for
students who wish to learn more about the graduate
school experience and possibly pursue an academic
career in teaching and research. Opportunities are
available in virtually all academic fields (e.g., arts,
humanities, social sciences, life sciences, health
sciences, physical sciences, etc.). Each student
participant will be working with a faculty mentor with
special expertise and interests matched, as closely as
possible, to the student's research interests and career
goals. Students will either assist the faculty member in an
ongoing research project or work collaboratively with the
mentor in designing a new project of mutual interest.

The University of California, San Diego Summer Training http://ogs.ucsd.edu/stars/applica
Academy for Research in the Sciences (STARS) program tion.aspx
is an eight week summer research academy for
undergraduate and graduate students. The goal of
STARS is to increase the numbers of underrepresented
students with research experience and encourage their
preparation for doctoral study. STARS offers an exciting
research internship for students by participating in an
ongoing UCSD research project and experience the rigors
of doctoral programs.In the eight week program students
will gain research experience with a faculty mentor's
research project, attend a GRE preparation course, attend
graduate school preparation workshops, attend scientific
lectures on current research, present research at the
UCSD Summer Research Conference, complete a 10-15
page scientific research paper




visit website for description of projects                     http://www.math.uiuc.edu/REU/
The objective of the program is to provide an opportunity http://www.d.umn.edu/~jgallian/
for eight carefully selected undergraduate students to      announce.html
learn firsthand the nature of mathematical research. The
participants will conduct independent investigations, under
the guidance of experienced researchers, on problems in
graph theory, number theory, and combinatorics.



This Nebraska REU in Applied Mathematicsis an eight-         http://www.math.unl.edu/progra
week summer research opportunity for ten students            ms/reu/
offered by The Department of Mathematics at the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln under a grant from the
National Science Foundation. The University campus is
right on the edge of the downtown area. Lincoln is a town
of about 235,000 people that is home to the University of
Nebraska and the state government. The University of
Nebraska Lincoln is the state's major research university
with 22,000 students whose mission is research, teaching,
and service. The Department of Mathematics has major
research groups in applied mathematics, algebra, and
analysis and a national reputation for excellence in
education
This ―Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)‖         http://www.uncg.edu/cmp/reu/
project entitled Algorithmic Combinatorics on Words
involves students in research at the crossroads between
Mathematics and Computer Science. Words, or strings
over a finite alphabet, are natural objects in several
research areas including group theory, number theory,
automata and formal language theory, coding theory, and
theory of algorithms. Visit website for project descriptions


The BBSI @ Pitt provides a unique training experience to http://www.ccbb.pitt.edu/bbsi/
students wishing to explore the field of computational
biology by providing an opportunity for talented students to
learn quantitative computer modeling methods at multiple
scales in the Life Sciences (molecular to cellular).
Students will attend classes taught by core faculty, and
will have a unique opportunity to work with leading
scientists and subsequently apply their knowledge
towards a mentored state-of-the-art research project of
their choice.

The BBSI @ Pitt is a joint program offered by the
University of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing
Center, Duquesne University, and Carnegie Mellon
University.
Participants will be introduced to research problems           http://www.math.washington.ed
related to the problem of finding the resistors in a network   u/~reu/
from boundary measurements. Students in the program
will be investigating and formulating discrete problems
involving planar and non-planar networks and their
relation to continuous inverse problems

Computational Biology and Biostatistics (CBB) is one of 5      http://www.biostat.wisc.edu/Edu
research areas in the Integrated Biological Sciences           cational_Resources/CBB/index.
Summer Research Program (IBS-SRP) (Other areas are             htm
Neurobiology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Plant
Biology, and Environmental Biology. These five research
programs are woven together in an interdisciplinary
learning community through evolutionary theory and the
research process.

The Computational Biology and Biostatistics Summer
Research Program (CBB), gives minority undergraduate
students the opportunity to explore a career in biostatistics
and bioinformatics by working closely with faculty and staff
mentors. Biostatistics is the application of statistical
techniques to data generated from biological problems.
Bioinformatics is the application of computational methods
to problems in the biological sciences. Both disciplines
focus on the development and application of methods to
help us understand biological processes. A career in
biostatistics and bioinformatics is ideal for students with
strength in mathematics and computer sciences who
enjoy working with computers and numbers and wish to
apply their skills to solving real world problems in
biological research. There are approximately 50 faculty
members actively involved in a wide variety of biostatistics
and bioinformatics research activities, including clinical
trials, epidemiology, genetics, experimental design and
analysis of laboratory studies. The general goals of the
CBB are to provide qualified undergraduates with an
The SMALL Undergraduate Research Project is a nine-           http://math.williams.edu/small/a
week summer program in which undergraduates                   pplication-information/
investigate open research problems in mathematics. The
largest program of its kind in the country, SMALL is
supported in part by a National Science Foundation grant
for Research Experiences for Undergraduates and by the
Science Center of Williams College. Over 350 students
have participated in the project since its inception in 1988.

Students work in small groups directed by individual
faculty members. Many participants have published
papers and presented talks at research conferences
based on work done in SMALL. Some have gone on to
complete PhD's in Mathematics.
The Wabash Summer Institute in Mathematics (WSIM) is http://www.wabash.edu/academi
an eight-week research experience in abstract algebra          cs/math/wsim
and applied mathematics for undergraduates. Participants
will explore three diverse areas in abstract algebra or
applied mathematics and conduct original research in
small teams in one of these areas. In addition, participants
will engage in seminars designed to investigate the ethics
of research. Select participants will present their results at
the Joint Mathematical Meetings in Washington D.C. in
January of 2010.

This eight week program offers outstanding                     http://www.wpi.edu/Academics/
undergraduate students the opportunity to work on              Depts/Math/CIMS/REU/about.ht
mathematical and statistical problems in close                 ml
collaboration with faculty and industrial sponsors.

The program is designed to provide a glimpse of the ways
that advanced mathematics is used in the real world to
solve complex problems. The students will work on
problems which begin with a real-life problem generated
by our industrial sponsors. They will work closely with a
company representative to define the problem and
develop solutions of immediate value to the company.
They will be guided by a faculty advisor to maintain a clear
focus on the mathematical issues at the core of the
project.
           Deadline                          Contact                        Web

Sunday, March 01, 2009          MTBI/SUMS                        http://mtbi.asu.edu/Summer
                                Arizona State University         Program.html
                                Department of Mathematics and
                                Statistics
                                Box 871804
                                Tempe, AZ 85287
                                Phone: 480.965.2115
                                Email mtbi@math.asu.edu




         Sunday, March 01, 2009 Michael Dorff                    http://math.byu.edu/reu/
                                BYU Summer Mathematics REU
                                292 TMCB
                                Brigham Young University
                                E-mail: mdorff@math.byu.edu or
                                reu@math.byu.edu




         Sunday, March 01, 2009 Sergei Fomin, REU Director       http://www.csuchico.edu/ma
                                Department of Mathematics and    th/REUT.shtml
                                Statistics
                                California State University
                                Chico, CA 95929-0525
                                E-mail: sfomin@csuchico.edu
                                Phone: (530)898-5274
     Thursday, February 21, 2008 REU2008                            http://www3.canisius.edu/~k
                                  Canisius College                  ahngb/reu/
                                  Department of Mathematics and
                                 Statistics
                                 2001 Main Street
                                  Email: reu@canisius.edu
                                  Phone: 716,888,3750




         Sunday, March 01, 2009 Summer Undergraduate Applied        http://www.math.cmu.edu/u
                                Mathematics Institute               sers/brandon/summerinst/g
                                Department of Mathematical          eneral.html
                                Sciences
                                Carnegie Mellon University
                                Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
                                Phone:(412)268-2545 Email:
                                summerinst@math.cmu.edu




     Thursday, February 19, 2009 Professor Deanna Haunsperger,      http://www.math.carleton.ed
                                 Summer Mathematics Program,        u/smp/
                                 Department of Mathematics,
                                 Carleton College, Northfield MN
                                 55057 (email:
                                 dhaunspe@carleton.edu).




Preference will be given to       Dr. Sivaram Narayan               http://www.mth.cmich.edu/N
applications received by February Phone: 989.774.3566 or 774.3596   SFREU/REU2009.htm
27, 2009                            Email:
                                  sivaram.narayan@cmich.edu
Review of application materials         Kevin James, kevja@clemson.edu    http://www.math.clemson.e
will begin on Febrary 15th and          Neil Calkin, calkin@clemson.edu   du/~kevja/REU/
continue until all positions are filled




      Thursday, February 26, 2009 REU Program                             http://www.math.cornell.edu
                                  Mathematics Department, Malott          /Undergraduate/REU/REU.
                                  Hall                                    htm
                                  Cornell University
                                  Ithaca, NY 14853-4201
                                  mathreu@cornell.edu
review of applications will begin Biomath Program Coordinator             http://biomath.vbi.vt.edu/ind
February 6th                      Virginia Bioinformatics Institute       ex.php
                                  Washington Street (0477) Virginia
                                  Tech Blacksburg, VA 24061 Email:
                                  biomath@vbi.vt.edu
Friday, February 27, 2009 Professor Murli M. Gupta         http://www.gwu.edu/~spwm/
                          Mathematics Department (Old Main
                          102)
                          1922 F Street NW
                          Washington, DC 20052
                          Phone:(202)994-4857 Email:
                          mmg@gwu.edu




Friday, February 27, 2009 Dr. Edward Aboufadel c/o REU       http://www.gvsu.edu/mathre
                          Program                            u/
                          Department of Mathematics
                          Grand Vally State University
                          Allendale, MI 49401-9403
                          aboufade@gvsu.edu




Friday, February 27, 2009 Professor Tim Pennings (616)395-   http://www.math.hope.edu/r
                          7531, pennings@home.edu            eu.html
 Sunday, March 01, 2009 Elizabeth Smith Indiana University   http://www.math.indiana.ed
                        Rawles Hall 831 East 3rd St          u/programs/reu/
                        Bloomington, IN 47405 Phone:
                        812.855.3171




Friday, February 27, 2009 Leonard Van Wyk c/o REU          http://www.math.jmu.edu/r
                          Department of Mathematics and    eu/
                          Statistics
                          MSC 7803 James Madison
                          University
                          Harrisonburg, VA 22807
                          reu@math.jmu.edu phone (540)568-
                          6857 (vanwyk@math.jmu.edu
                          (540)568-2514)
TBA                                 REU Program                         http://ww2.lafayette.edu/~
                                    Mathematics Department              math/reu/index.html
                                    Lafayette College
                                    Easton, PA 18042-1781
                                    mathreu@lafayette.edu




Application review will begin       MSRI-UP 2009: Coding Theory         http://www.msri.org/calenda
March 2, 2009                       Mathematical Sciences Research      r/workshops/WorkshopInfo/
                                    Institute 17 Guass Way, Berkeley,   489/show_workshop
                                    CA 94720-5070 Email:
                                    489@msri.org




          Sunday, March 01, 2009 Vasant Waikar                          http://www.units.muohio.ed
                                 Mathematics/Statistics Department      u/sumsri/
                                 123 Bachelor Hall Miami University
                                 Oxford, OH 45056
                                 Phone:(513)529-8118 Email:
                                 waikarvb@muohio.edu or
                                 davenpde@muohio.edu




Review of applications will begin   Department of Mathematics,          http://math.missouristate.ed
February 28th                       Missouri State University, 901 S.   u/reu/
                                    National Ave. Springfield, MO 65897
                                    Phone: 417.836.5583 (Reid)
 Tuesday, March 03, 2009 REU                                http://www.mtholyoke.edu/a
                         Department of Mathematics,         cad/math/reu/
                         Statistics, and Computer Science
                         Mount Holyoke College
                         South Hadley, MA 01075
                         reu@mtholyoke.edu, phone: 413-
                         538-2162




Monday, February 16, 2009 Patricia Jones White, phone:      http://www.grad.umn.edu/ou
                          612.625.6858, email:              treach/research/MSROP/
                          MSROP@umn.edu
January 23, 2008 - summer;      Sheri Klug                          http://www.epo.usra.edu/usr
March 6, 2009 - fall            Attention: USRP Project             p/
                                Administrator
                                Office Phone: 281-244-6957 Email:
                                sklug@epo.usra.edu
                                Anthony Zippay
                                Office Phone: 281-244-2027, 281-
                                483-2509
                                zippay@eop.usra.edu




    Wednesday, January 21, 2009 Betty Tarnowski,                    http://icbp.nci.nih.gov/educa
                                tarnowsb@mail.nih.gov, 843-588-     tion_outreach/student_reso
                                2977                                urces/undergraduate_oppor
                                                                    tunities/announcements.ht
                                                                    ml
Applications will be accepted    Dr. Aloysius Helminck               http://www.math.ncsu.edu/
beginning December 1, 2008       Department of Mathematics           REU/index.php
                                 Campus Box 8205
                                 North Carolina State University
                                   Raleigh, NC 27695
                                 Email: loek@math.ncsu.edu
                                  Phone: 919.515.7720




       Sunday, February 01, 2009 Professor Louis Nachman             http://gauss.math.oakland.e
                                 CaNSam REU Program                  du/dept/REUSite/REUSite/
                                   Department of Mathematics and     Home.html
                                 Statistics
                                 Oakland University
                                 Rocherster, MI 48309
                                 Email: mathreu@oakland.edu




         Friday, February 20, 2009 D. Garity RE: REU Program         http://www.math.oregonstat
                                   Department of Mathematics Kidder e.edu/~math_reu/index.htm
                                   368
                                   Oregan State University
                                   Corvallis, OR 97331=4605
                                   math_reu@science.oreganstate.edu,
                                    phone: 541-737-0517
 Friday, February 27, 2009 Professor Kurt Bryan               http://www.rose-
                           Department of Mathematics-REU      hulman.edu/mathREU/REU
                           Rose-Hulman Institute of           home.php
                           Technology
                           5500 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, IN
                           47803
                           kurt.bryan@rose-hulman.edu,
                           phone: (812)877-8485




Saturday, January 31, 2009 reu@dimacs.rutgers.edu             http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/R
                                                              EU/index.html
Rolling admissions and will start       RISE at Rutgers/UMDNJ                http://rise.rutgers.edu/prosp
reviewing applications on January       Graduate School - New Brunswick      ective.html
30th; reviews will continue until all   Rutgers, the State University of New
spaces are filled (usually during       Jersey
March)                                  25 Bishop Place
                                        New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1181
                                        Phone:(732)932-7275 Email:
                                        rise@rci.rutgers.edu




       Sunday, February 15, 2009 Al Boggess                                   http://www.math.tamu.edu/
                                  (boggess@math.tamu.edu, 979/845-            REU2000/index.html
                                  9424)
                                  Dave Larson
                                  (larson@math.tamu.edu, 979/845-
                                  3623)
                                  Jay Walton
                                  (jwalton@math.tamu.edu, 979/845-
                                  7242)
                                  Maurice Rojas
                                  (rojas@math.tamu.edu, 979/845-
                                  2083
      Thursday, February 26, 2009 Dr. Scott Chapman c/o REU                   http://ramanujan.math.trinity
                                  Program                                     .edu/tumath/REU/index.sht
                                  Department of Mathematics                   ml
                                  Trinity University
                                  One Trinity Place San Antonio, TX
                                  78212-7200
                                  schapman@trinity.edu, fax:
                                  (210)999-8538
all application materials and   Glorial Dial, gdial@gdnet.ucla.edu,   http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/a
supporting documents must be    310.825.3521; visit website           sis/srp/srpintro.htm
received by February 6, 2009
unless otherwise stand in the
program description




     Saturday, February 28, 2009 STARS                                http://ogs.ucsd.edu/STUDE
                                 UCSD-OGSR                            NTAFFAIRS/STARS/Pages
                                 9500 Gilman Dr.                      /default.aspx
                                 La Jolla, CA 92093-0003
                                 Phone:(858)534-3678 Email:
                                 urstars@ucsd.edu
                                 Email gradconnect@ucsd.edu for
                                 additional information




      Monday, February 16, 2009 Joseph Miles, Undergraduate           http://www.math.uiuc.edu/R
                                Program Director                      EU/
                                Department of Mathematics
                                University of Illinois
                                313 Altgeld Hall 1409 W. Green St.
                                Urbana, IL 61801
                                dirug@math.uiuc.edu
Thursday, February 12, 2009 Joseph A. Gallian, Program Director http://www.d.umn.edu/~jgall
                                                                ian/announce.html
                            Department of Mathematics and
                            Statistics
                            University of Minnesota Duluth
                            Duluth, MN 55812
                            Phone: 218.726.7576
                            Email: jgallian@d.umn.edu

    Sunday, March 02, 2008 Professor Richard Rebarber,          http://www.math.unl.edu/pro
                           rrebarber1@math.unl.edu              grams/reu/




 Sunday, February 22, 2009 Dr. Francine Blanchet-Sadri          http://www.uncg.edu/cmp/re
                           167 Petty Building                   u/
                           University of North Carolina P.O.
                           Box 26170
                           Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
                           Email: blanchet@uncg.edu Phone:
                           336.256.1125



    Sunday, March 08, 2009 Judy Wieber, Coordinator             http://www.ccbb.pitt.edu/bbs
                           Department of Computational          i/
                           Biology University of Pittsburge
                           School of Medicine
                                     3064 Biomedical Science
                           Tower 3 3501 Fifth Avenue
                                     Pittsburgh, PA 15260
                                     Phone: 412.648.8646
                                     Email: bbsi@pitt.edu
    Wednesday, April 01, 2009 Jim Morrow, 206.543.1161, email:     http://www.math.washington
                              morrow@math.washington.edu           .edu/~reu/
                              Brooke Miller, 206.543.6830,
                              miller@math.washington.edu



    Sunday, February 15, 2009 Whitney Sweeny                       http://www.biostat.wisc.edu/
                              University of Wisconsin-Madison      Educational_Resources/CB
                              Departent of Biostatistics and       B/index.htm
                              Medical Informatics
                              K6/4 Clinical Sciences Center, Box
                              4675
                              Madison, WI 53792
                               Email: sweeney@biostat.wisc.edu




Wednesday, February 11, 2009 Professor Susan Loepp, SMALL       http://www.williams.edu/Mat
                             2009 Director, sloeep@williams.edu hematics/small_CES.html
 Sunday, March 01, 2009 WSIA c/o Professor Mike Axtell    http://www.wabash.edu/aca
                        Department of Mathematics and     demics/math/wsim
                        Computer Science
                        Wabash College
                        P.O. Box 352 Crawfordsville, IN
                        47933-0352
                        maxtell@stthomas.edu (651)962-
                        5495



Friday, February 27, 2009 Email: rpodell@wpi.edu          http://www.wpi.edu/Academ
                                                          ics/Depts/Math/CIMS/REU/
                                                          about.html

				
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