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REU in Geometry and Knot Theory

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This program is an immersive research experience for students to be recruited nationally, with emphasis on recruitment from those institutions that have limited research opportunities for their students, and from populations underrepresented in STEM disciplines. This program takes place on-campus at CSUSB. After an intensive week-long introduction to the subjects, the participants choose to pursue research in Geometry or Knot Theory, and are guided by experienced faculty research advisors to achieve that goal.

The objectives of the REU program at CSUSB are to:

-Actively involve undergraduates in significant mathematical research, particularly from underrepresented groups or from institutions where research opportunities are limited,

-Increase students? mathematical independence and maturity, and

-Encourage participants to pursue mathematical careers in both industry and academia, and to offer continued mentorship beyond the program.
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Participating Institution(s):
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California State University, San Bernardino (Lead)

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Knot Theory

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This program is funded by:
National Science Foundation (NSF)

Page last updated 3/30/2023
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