Important information regarding the recent AMS power outage.

The transformer that provides electricity to the AMS building in Providence went down on Sunday, April 22. The restoration of our email, website, AMS Bookstore and other systems is almost complete. We are currently running on a generator but overnight a new transformer should be hooked up and (fingers crossed) we should be fine by 8:00 (EDT) Wednesday morning. This issue has affected selected phones, which should be repaired by the end of today. No email was lost, although the accumulated messages are only just now being delivered so you should expect some delay.

Thanks for your patience.

Applying to Graduate School

Thinking of applying to grad school?

Thinking of applying to grad school?

Thinking of applying to grad school? There are several resources available to those applying to a graduate program in the mathematical sciences:

  • Find a Graduate Program, provides brief data about many of the advanced degree-granting departments in the U.S.  Some graduate programs place display ads to better explain their programs to prospective students.
  • The annual Grad School Fair at the January Joint Mathematics Meetings gives meeting participants the opportunity to speak with representatives from 40 - 50 U.S. graduate programs.
  • List of Mathematical Sciences Graduate Programs in the U.S. is taken from survey groupings.
  • Discussions of graduate student life - by and for graduate students - can be found on the AMS Grad Student Blog.
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships support individuals in the early years of a Ph.D. program.
  • The National Physical Science Consortium offers graduate fellowships in the physical sciences, with special emphasis toward the recruitment of underrepresented minority and female physical science and engineering students.
  • Science, Math and Engineering Career Resources contains advice and data about graduate programs in mathematics.
  • Postbaccalaureate Program, Smith College is for women with bachelor's degrees who did not major in mathematics or whose mathematics major was light.
  • Under the Microscope where women and science connect, from the Feminist Press, offers some guidance to young women in scientific careers

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