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The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers many opportunities for undergraduates to get involved in research. You can obtain general information about undergraduate research at the University of Delaware at UD Research Opportunities.
We encourage you to visit the individual web sites of our faculty members to learn about their research areas in order to find those of particular interest to you. Potential undergraduate research projects that you may be able to pursue with a faculty member at the Department of Mathematical Sciences are also listed here: UD Math Undergraduate Research Projects (You may need to login with your @udel email and password to access the slides).
GEMS provides an opportunity to work jointly with a faculty member and a graduate students on a summer research project. For more information and a description of the potential research projects see GEMS Web Site.
With further questions about undergraduate research in Mathematics please contact Dr. Guillot.
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You may also want to consider pursuing an undergraduate research project in the Mathematical Sciences at another institution during semester breaks:
Last modified on March 9, 2016 by Rakesh.