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Research, Teaching, and Internships for Undergraduates

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Students' research, teaching, and internship experiences are often considered when the Math Department selects recipients for awards and scholarships, but we usually don't know about your experiences unless you tell us. To update your record, submit our survey

100% Engagement at the University of Arizona

100% Engagement is an initiative intended to broaden the experiences of undergraduates. Engagement experiences are not only resume builders, but also aid in forming and clarifying future goals.  Explore the links below for opportunities available to current undergraduate Mathematical Sciences majors.  

For information about post-graduation employment opportunities, please see our Career Assistance page. 

 

Math Department Opportunities: List of Other UA Opportunities List of External Opportunities

Noyce Interns Program (Teaching)

There exist many research-related and teaching-related opportunities in the Math Department and on the UA campus. Click the link above for a list of some of the more prominent of such activities.


The University of Arizona Office of Undergraduate Research website (http://ur.arizona.edu/) can help you find research opportunities around the U of A, and will help you connect with projects in your area of interest.

Internships

STEMM Mentors - an AmeriCorps Program

Study Abroad and other Semester Programs away from UA

Undergraduate Teaching Assistantship Program

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) 

These research experiences generally take place over the summer at universities across the country and sometimes internationally. The programs are intended to bring students from other campuses in to participate. There is usually funding offered to participants, including housing and often travel allowance, though eligibility may be restricted depending on the program and funding source.

 

Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program