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Mathematics

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Opportunities for Students

See the campus Career Services page for general career opportunities.

Summer Opportunities in Mathematics

Opportunities for Graduate students in Mathematics

  • Mathematicians at the NSA
    Opportunities for graduates, 12 week program
    Cryptologic Mathematics for Exceptional Graduate Students
    Programming experience, especially C or C++, is desirable
    To apply, send a resume, 2 letters of recommendation from faculty, and a copy of transcript
    All applicants must be U.S. citizens
    Application Deadline: October 15 every year
    For more info, contact math@nsa.gov
    • NISS Cross-Sector Research in Residence

      The National Agricultural Statistics and Service (NASS) is the survey and estimation arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

      Postdoctoral and graduate student researce focusing in:
    • Agricultrural Resource Management Survey - Phase III
    • Estimation of Small Farms from Census Mail List
    • Quarterly Agricultural Survey
    • Major USDA Crop Production Forecasts and Estimates
                Apply online at: www.niss.org
  • University of Nebraska, Lincoln - Graduate program
    Strong research programs including: 
        Commutative algebra and algebraic geometry

        Discrete mathematics and conding theory

        Geometric group theory and low dimmensional topology

        Mathematical biology

        Partial differential equations

        Control theory

        Ordinary differential and difference eqations

        Operator algebras

Opportunities for Mathematics students

  • Mathematicians at the NSA
    Summer opportunities for undergraduates, 12 week program
    Cryptologic Mathematics for Exceptional Graduate Students
    Programming experience, especially C or C++, is desirable
    To apply, send a resume, 2 letters of recommendation from faculty, and a copy of transcript
    All applicants must be U.S. citizens
    Application Deadline: October 15 every year
    For more info, contact math@nsa.gov