REUT

Research Experience for Undergraduates and Teachers
California State University, Chico
Number Theory or Stochastic Processes

The application period for students is now closed. We are still accepting applications for teachers. 

Informational Flyer
Student Application Form 
Teacher Application Form 

Program Overview
Our REUT program will allow 9 undergraduates and 3 teachers will work on mathematical research with faculty mentors during a 7-week residential summer program at California State University, Chico.  The program will take place June 19 to August 4, plus a conference presentation the following academic year.

Research Areas
During the summer of 2017 there will be two faculty mentors supervising research teams.  Dr. Kevin McGown will be supervising research team(s) in Number Theory and Dr. Ben Nolting will be supervising research team(s) in Stochastic Processes.  Number theory projects may involve analysis, algebra, or computation, depending upon the interest and background of the students.  Stochastic process projects will involve building models for applications from biology, medicine, engineering, physics, or the social sciences, depending upon the interest and background of the students.

Financial Support
Participants will receive funding for travel and housing, plus a $3500 stipend.

Application Deadline
The application form, unofficial transcripts, and one or two letters of recommendation must be received by the application deadline of March 1, 2017 in order to receive full consideration.  However, we will continue to accept applications until all participant slots have been filled.  All materials should be sent via email to kmcgown@csuchico.edu.  Candidates must be US citizens or permanent residents who are intending to continue undergraduate studies in the fall.  Women and students from minorities underrepresented in mathematics are particularly encouraged to apply.

Location
Chico, California is located in the northeast corner of the Sacramento Valley near the foothills of the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountain range.  The university campus is located in Chico’s walkable downtown with easy access to restaurants and coffee shops.  Chico is also home to Bidwell Park, an urban park boasting over 3500 acres, which offers opportunities for hiking and swimming.

Contact
Please contact us directly with any questions!

Dr. Kevin McGown

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

California State University, Chico

Chico, CA 95929-0525
Email: kmcgown@csuchico.edu

Funding
Funded by National Science Foundation DMS Award 1559788
Principal Investigator:  Sergei Fomin
Co-PI:  Kevin McGown