Many of these Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) are funded by the National Science Foundation and may be restricted, therefore, to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. There may be others here that are not so restricted.
Some REU Links
- Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs from the NSF): Sites listed here include all sciences, not just mathematics.
- Summer REU Experiences in Mathematics (AMS site)
- George Mason University Undergraduate Research in Computational Mathematics
- National Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program
- Park City Mathematics Institute Summer Program
- North Carolina State REU: Modeling and Industrial Applied Mathematics
- Summer Undergraduate Applied Mathematics Institute (Carnegie Mellon) (Also has links to similar summer programs)
- RIPS: Research in Industrial Projects for Students (international students eligible) and look at related links at IPAM
- Summer REU Program in Discrete Math and Computer Science Possibly including some time aborad in Prague.
- Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Summer Program
- REU in Industrial Mathematics and Statistics
- Director's Summer Program, National Security Agency Application deadline usually October 15.
REUs specifically for women or underrepresented groups in mathematics
- Summer Program for Women at George Washington University
- Summer Program for Women At Carleton/St. Olaf
- "Edge" Program A summer program (and more) for women who have been accepted into a graduate program in the mathematical sciences for the upcoming fall semester, or who have completed their first year of graduate school in mathematics.
- REU at Mt. Holyoke College
Other Summer Programs
- Summer Math Institute at Cornell A summer residential program preparing students for graduate work in mathematics.
- Summer Undergraduate Mathematical Science Research Institute (SUMSRI)
A program conducted under the guidance of Miami University's (Oxford, Ohio) Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The program seeks talented undergraduate students in the mathematical sciences who are interested in pursuing advanced degrees. Because of the shortage of minorities and women mathematical scientists, it is especially interested in, but not limited to, African Americans and other underrepresented minorities and women
- The Mathematics Advanced Study Semesters (MASS) Program at Penn State This program provides for a full semester away from your homne school, but it also has a summer REU.
- Check the MAA List and the summer programs listed by the AMS. These list may overlap with other links on this page, but they might also pick up some new possibilities.
These study opportunities oten lead to projects that can be continued as independent study or research when students return to return to Washington University and which can develop into honors projects.