Employment of actuaries and mathematicians and statisticians is projected to grow 24 and 33 percent, respectively from 2020 to 2030. -U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Launching in fall 2022, groups of 10-20 undergraduates from all campuses majoring in math, computer science, actuarial science, and other quantitative fields will be invited to join Mentored Math Teams. Teams will explore career options, research opportunities, student clubs and leadership options, study habits, and more. Groups may attend local and national events together.
Math Path currently seeks Team Leaders. Apply here.
Math Path offers a summer program for Georgia State University undergraduates on all campuses. Researchers engage in team-based research projects, technical skill bootcamps, and career explorations. The curriculum includes several in-person sessions along with virtual workshops, panels, assignments, and team meetings. The Math Path Summer Program pays $1,000 for a commitment of at least 10 hours per week over 6 weeks. Applications are reviewed each spring. Review the 2023 application here. Applications OPEN Nov 13, 2023! APPLY HERE
Launching in Spring 2023, Math Path will support 10 undergraduates conducting mentored research with faculty.
Applications coming soon.
To launch in fall 2022, Math Path will support several undergraduates traveling to the Math Alliance Field of Dreams Annual Conference.
Become a Math Alliance Scholar – All undergraduates are invited immediately to become Math Alliance Scholars. Ask your faculty instructors from the Math and Stats Department at Georgia State to nominate you, or seek assistance from the CASA.
To launch in fall 2022, Math Path will offer Transitional Grants to several undergraduates who are moving out of the metro Atlanta area to begin Ph.D. programs in quantitative science fields.