# Mathematics Resources for Students

The mathematics department maintains a number of resources for students to use, from computing to research and fellowship opportunities.

## Mathematics Computing

- Mathematics Computing
- Mathematics Computing Weblog
- Computing Policies an Procedures
- Computing Resources
- Computing Security
- Computing Support
- Computing Resources for Faculty

## Tutorials

## Student Travel Funds

## Other Mathematics Resources

### Scholarships and Prizes

### Undergraduate Research Resources

- Preparing a Conference Poster:
- Our Poster Page

### Summer Research

#### Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Programs

- REU in Data Science at Harvey Mudd College
- NSF REU List
- AMS REU List
- Steve Butler’s list of REU programs
- REUs in other sciences

#### Industrial Research

- RIPS program at IPAM at UCLA (Look under “IPAM Summer Programs” for “Research in Industrial Projects for Students”)

#### Mathematical Biology/Biostatistics

- Math BioSciences Institute summer program at Ohio State
- Biostatistics Summer Institutes (SIBS) at Boston University, North Carolina State University, and University of Wisconsin-Madison

#### Other Opportunities

- Park City Math Institute—three-week summer program; look for the undergraduate track. Application deadline is February 15.
- Lunar and Planetary Institute Summer Program in Planetary Science (NASA)
- Nebraska IMMERSE (Intensive Mathematics: a Mentoring, Education, and Research Summer Experience) (for graduating seniors)

#### Programs for Women

- Carleton Summer Math Program for Women Undergraduates (for freshmen, sophomores)
- George Washington University Summer Program for Women in Mathematics (for juniors)
- Institute for Advanced Study Program for Women in Mathematics (for advanced women undergraduates)
- Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
- Edge Program (for graduating senior women going to grad school in mathematics)

#### International Exchange Programs

### Life After College

#### Graduate Fellowships

- NSF Graduate Fellowship Recent HMC winners: Carl Yerger ’05, David Gaebler ’04, Andrew Niedermaier ’04, Melissa Chase ’03, Nate Eldredge ’03, Daniel Lowd ’03, Andrew Iannaccone ’03, …
- NDSEG Graduate Fellowship Recent HMC winners: Eric Malm ’05, Jeremy Rouse ’03
- Hertz Graduate Fellowship Recent HMC winners: Joel Miller ’00, Aaron Archer ’98, Kevin Watkins ’98
- Watson Fellowship Recent HMC winners: Gwen Spencer ’05, Tara Martin ’04
- Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowships (for minorities)
- Lucent Graduate Research Fellowship (for women)
- NPSC Graduate Fellowship (for women and minorities) Marie Snipes ’99 (awarded 2004), Carol Meyers Pomona’00.
- AT&T Labs Fellowship (for women and minorities)
- NSERC Graduate Fellowship (for Canadian citizens; can study in U.S.)Recent HMC winners: Yinan Song ’00
- British Graduate Fellowships (including Churchill, Rhodes, Marshall)Recent HMC winners: Carl Yerger ’05 (Churchill), Joel Miller ’00 (Churchill), Elisha Peterson ’00 (Rhodes)
- Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships for those who want to teach high school science and math
- The Association for Women in Mathematics also has a list of grants and fellowships for students.

### Interesting Pages Based at Harvey Mudd College

- Mudd Math Fun Facts
- Search engine for articles appearing in Mathematics Magazine and The College Mathematics Journal
- Francis Su’s Fair Division Page and Calculator
- ODE Architect Example Set: several models using ODE’s and ODE Architect or ODE Toolkit