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If you are considering going to graduate school in one of the mathematical areas, but aren't sure what your options might be, then here are a few references for you to consider:
Mathematical Sciences Graduate Programs
in the U.S.
How to Choose a Graduate School.
(Math Horizons, Winter 1993, p. 27)
What to Ask About Grad School
, (Math Horizons, November 1995. p. 19)
A Graduate School Primer
, (Math Horizons, September 1999, p.22)
Current Employment Trends in the Mathematical Sciences
. An informative article for prospective mathematics graduate students.
Many universities are expanding their program offerings to include specialized and interdisciplinary programs. If you have particular interests in mathematics-related fields, be sure to ask about the possibility of focusing your studies to include courses in other areas.
Most established graduate mathematics programs have several sources of support for their students. These are traditionally in the form of scholarships and fellowships for teaching or research.
Assistantships and Graduate Fellowships
. Here is a source from the American Mathematical Society. This 110-page AMS guide is in pdf format for easier downloading.
NSF - Graduate Research Fellowships
. Information concerning these highly competitive fellowships can be found here.
National Physical Science Consortium
. Graduate fellowships in the physical sciences, with special emphasis toward the recruitment of underrepresented minority and female physical science and engineering students.
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