The Graduate Mathematics Association is an organization of graduate students in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Florida promoting a sense of community among the graduate students in the Department as well as overseeing and organizing various activities.
These activities include the graduate student colloquium, departmental picnics, and the election of representatives to the Graduate Student Council and departmental committees.
Date: Wednesday, September 12th , 2018
Time: Period 9 (4:05 – 4:55 pm)
Location: LIT 223
Speaker: Summer Atkins
Title: Fellowships and Internships
Abstract: The life of a graduate student can feel exhausting and aimless at times. But it doesn’t have to be. There are opportunities within our grasp that could give us more freedom and direction in our lives. With fellowships, you can have more time open to you to where you can focus on your research. With internships, you can be exposed to some of the job opportunities that are fitting for mathematicians. In this talk, we will discuss some of the types of fellowships and internships out there as well as resources that may be useful for the application process.
As always, there will be pizza and soda, as well as *gasp* socializing.
The current officers (for the 2018 calendar year) are:
|Vice President||John Hesteremail@example.com|
|GSC Representative||Lauren Wickmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|