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2014 PUMP* Summer Program Application

SUMMER PROGRAM in MATHEMATICS
July 7-August 1, 2014


DEADLINE: EXTENDED TO MAY 19, 2014

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Prepare for a successful career in mathematics by attending this intensive workshop at Cal Poly Pomona.

The CSU Alliance for Preparing Undergraduates through Mentoring towards PhDs (PUMP) invites
mathematics majors from CSUCI, CSUN, CSULA, CSULB, CSUDH, CSUF, Cal Poly Pomona, and
CSUSB to apply to a four-week workshop at Cal Poly Pomona. This is a seven-day-a-week program
that will immerse students in mathematics. The Summer Program will provide each participant with
free housing in a dorm room as well as a $2,000 stipend.

Requirements: Applicants must be majors in mathematics who have passed lower-division courses
required as part of the major (e.g., Calculus, Linear Algebra, etc.). Preference will be given to students
that have had one semester or a quarter of a proof-oriented class.

Financial Support: Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents. Students from the
under-represented groups in Mathematical Sciences are encouraged to apply.

HOW TO APPLY?

Email yen.duong@csun.edu with CSU Alliance: Summer Program in the “subject” line.
For the application package, create a single pdf document using a pdf merger (for instance,
www.pdfmerge.com) that contains 1 and 2:
1. A completed application form (download application form)
2. A copy of your unofficial transcript.
3. The applicant must have Two Letters of Recommendation by Mathematics faculty that can assess
student’s mathematical strengths. These must be emailed to yen.duong@csun.edu as a pdf attachment
and with CSU Alliance: Letter of Recommendation for [student’s name] in the “subject” line.

*PUMP = PREPARING UNDERGRADUATES through MENTORING towards PhDs is designed to help students interested in Mathematics to pursue a successful career in this field. It is supported by the National Science Foundation.
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Bruce Shapiro,
May 5, 2014, 10:02 AM
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Bruce Shapiro,
May 5, 2014, 10:02 AM
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