Math After UCSD Panel


Email addresses of AWM members for questions (all @math.ucsd.edu)

Name
email
Advisor (research area)
undergraduate school
year at UCSD
Mary
mradclif
Fan Chung Graham (combinatorics)
Western Michigan University
3rd
Johanna
jhennig
undecided (algebra, topology?)
Scripps College
1st
Angela
ahicks
Adriano Garsia (combinatorics)
Furman University
3rd
Janine
jlobue
undecided
Loyola College
1st
Katie
k3walsh
topology
George Washington University
2nd
Kat
kshultis
algebra
Scripps College
3rd

Resources mentioned at the Math After UCSD Panel 

    • Official List of REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) published by NSF (National Science Foundation) who funds most of the available REUs.
    • Math GRE Subject Test: This website has information about the test including how to sign up, when the test is offered, and what material is covered.
    • GRE Math Subject Test Prep: The following are links to the Amazon availability of two most popular books, but they can also be found in many other bookstores:
    • PhDs.org: This website allows searching graduate schools based upon a variety of criteria including academic quality, financial aid offered, and location.
    • US News and World Report: This website has rankings of mathematics graduate schools (along with the popular undergraduate school rankings).
    • AMS Rankings: The AMS ranks mathematics programs in the United States every year. Most graduate programs care most about this list of rankings.
    • The AMS also provides this pdf with statistics about graduate programs, including statistics about the availability of funding.
    • Mathematics Geneology Project: A fun way to determin what research has been done by recent graduates of a particular advisor.