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Graduate School Fair

We invite you to represent your school's graduate program at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 8, 2016, at the Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington. Co-hosted by the AMS and MAA, the 2016 graduate school fair is an opportunity to attract attention and to create interest in your program in the mathematical sciences. The 2015 graduate school fair in San Antonio, Texas was a great success!

News for Students: Check out this page on the JMM site for more information about programs that may be of interest to you!

The 2016 graduate school fair will include:

  • over 300 student attendees who meet with representatives from 50+ graduate programs
  • research-oriented special undergraduate programs for the first time
  • tabletop poster boards & electricity with early request
  • beverage service, including coffee and water

The event is free for registered students to attend.

Taking advantage of the growing presence of undergraduate participants at the January meetings, the graduate school fair has become a well attended event with 50+ schools each year interacting with the over 300 undergraduates. Schools will pay a small table fee (US$75) that covers the cost of coffee and tea service.

Representatives set up tables with colorful banners, flyers and handouts. Undergraduates are able to enjoy a lively & informative environment to gather information about schools they may be interested in attending. Often, potential grad students are able to interact with current grad students from some of the schools attending.

Register today as part of your Joint Meetings Registration

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For further information, please contact: AMS Staff
Membership and Programs
American Mathematical Society
201 Charles Street
Providence, RI 02904
Phone: 800-321-4267 x4060
401-455-4060 (direct)

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