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Graduate Research is done at several levels within the Department. Research related to the Ph.D dissertation formally starts after students have passed their candidacy exam. Our faculty work in several areas of research. Pre-candidacy, students can take the courses MATH 868 (Research) and MATH 870 (Reading) as part of their coursework requirement.
There are also opportunities for summer research through the GEMS and UniDel programs.
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GEMS summer research experiences provide graduate students with the opportunity to become involved in mathematical research early in their graduate careers. In addition, participating graduate students will gain valuable experience serving as mentors to undergraduate researchers. The program is open to graduate students in the Mathematical Sciences who are in their first year of studies at UD. The program provides a stipend of $6,000 for a 10-week commitment during the summer following your first year of classes.
The UniDel research program gives students the opportunity to work one-on-one with a faculty member for a period of six weeks over their first summer. For more details, contact the Program Director Pak-Wing Fok (email@example.com).