The Computational Science Training for Undergraduates in the Mathematical Sciences (CSUMS) project is a new collaborative program between the Departments of Mathematics, Applied Science, and Computer Science at the College of William & Mary. It is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the period 2007–2012. The goal of CSUMS is to enhance computational aspects of the education and training of undergraduate students in the mathematical sciences and to better prepare these students to pursue careers and graduate study in fields that require integrated strengths in computation and the mathematical sciences. (See the NSF description of CSUMS program.)
We are actively recruiting undergraduate students interested in participating in the project. Please talk to a CSUMS faculty member for more information.
The benefit of participation in CSUMS include the possibility of support to work on a research project with a group of CSUMS faculty members during the Spring semester of your junior year. If you wish to continue your research, competitive stipends are available to provide support during the summer between your junior and senior years, along with the possibility of on-campus housing. In addition, travel support is available to attend conferences or visit research groups at other institutions either in the U.S. or abroad.
CSUMS students in San Fransisco 2010 joint mathematics meeting (photo gallery)
CSUMS students in New Orleans 2011 joint mathematics meeting (photo gallary)
CSUMS workshop 2011 (photo gallary)
CSUMS studnets in Boston 2012 joint mathematics meeting (photo gallary)