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  • 3/15/10: SMITH COLLEGE POSTBACCALAUREATE PROGRAM: "a chance--and a second chance--to study mathematics in the company of women." Women with bachelor's degrees who did not major in mathematics or whose mathematics major was light are invited to apply to this program that prepares and motivates women to help them determine whether they want to continue to graduate school in the mathematical sciences. The college reviews applications on a rolling basis. For September entrance the preferred deadline is MARCH 15, but applications are accepted through July 1.
  • 4/1/10 and 5/30/10: ASA POSTER AND PROJECT COMPETITION. Teachers and students are encouraged to submit posters and/or projects for the 2010 competitions sponsored by the American Statistical Association. K12 Posters are due April 1. Projects for grades 1012 are due on May 30. See the entry rules and evaluation methods for the poster and project competitions, as well as entry forms.
  • UNDERGRADUATE/GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS, INTERNSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS SACNAS. The Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science) posts in SACNAS e-nouncements undergraduate and graduate student scholarships, internships and fellowships with various deadlines.
  • SIAM STUDENTS TRAVEL GRANTS. The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) provides travel grants of US$500 to support student travel to 2008 SIAM Conferences and Annual Meeting. Top priority will be given to students who are presenting papers at the conference or meeting, with second priority to students who are co-authors of papers to be presented at the meeting. Complete applications must be received at the SIAM office no later than two months before the first day of the meeting for which support is requested. See the website for more information including the list of 2008 conferences and meetings and required application materials.
  • Ongoing. SIAM Undergraduate Research Online (SIURO) is a web-based publication devoted to undergraduate research in applied and computational mathematics. Topics include analysis, discrete mathematics, statistics, operations research, optimization, dynamical systems, modeling, and computation. Papers written by undergraduate students (or teams of students) are being accepted on an ongoing basis and will be posted online as they are accepted. The SIURO web site lists the editorial board and has instructions for authors, review policies, etc.

  • 10/1/09: NSF-AWM TRAVEL GRANTS. The NSF-AWM Travel Grants program enables women to attend research conferences in their fields, thereby providing a valuable opportunity to advance their research activities and their visibility in the research community. The grants provide full or partial support for travel and subsistence for a meeting or conference in the applicant's field of specialization. A maximum of US$1,500 for domestic travel and US$2,000 for foreign travel will be available. Women must hold a doctorate (or equivalent experience) and have a work address in the US (or US home address, in case of unemployed mathematicians). There are three award periods per year.
  • 10/21/09: NSF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS (MSPRF). The MSPRFs support postdocs in the mathematical sciences by enabling you to participate in research environments that will have maximal impact on your future development. There are two options for awardees: Research Fellowship and Research Instructorship. The website provides details.
  • 11/1/09: NRC RESEARCH ASSOCIATESHIP PROGRAMS. The National Research Council of the National Academies sponsors a number of awards for post-doctoral and senior researchers at federal laboratories. There are four review cycles annually. The website has detailed program information.
  • Please submit deadlines that are of interest to students in the mathematical sciences to Please include the name of the program, fellowship, contest, workshop, meeting, grant, etc. and the url where those interested can obtain complete information.
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