CURM (located at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah) promotes undergraduate research in mathematics by:
- training professors as mentors for undergraduate students doing research;
- providing funds to professors to establish undergraduate student research groups;
- advising professors on how to continue operating under- graduate research groups at their institutions; and,
- preparing undergraduate students to succeed in graduate studies and careers in the mathematical sciences.
To help achieve these objectives, CURM awards mini-grants each year to professors at various institutions across the United States to assist them financially, instructionally, and organizationally in operating successful undergraduate research groups at their own institutions during the academic year.
Commitment to Diversity
This program supports underrepresented groups in the mathematical sciences, as well as first-generation and low socio-economic status college students. We are committed to ensuring participant diversity of ethnicity, gender, geographical location, and institution type.
|Michael Dorff||Heidi Berger||Joyati Debnath|
|Brigham Young University||Simpson College||Winona State University|
|Kathryn Leonard||Tyler J. Jarvis|
California State University– Channel Islands
|Brigham Young University|
CURM is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) grant #DMS-0636648 / #DMS-1148695, by Brigham Young University (BYU), and by sponsors.
For information on becoming a CURM sponsor, please contact Diane Coffman, CURM Project Manager, at curm [at] mathematics [dot] byu [dot] edu or (801) 422-9084.