Mathematica Summer Fellowships for Doctoral Students

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Mathematica Summer Fellowships for Doctoral Students

The Mathematica has declared a fellowship program for current doctoral students. Minority students, students with disabilities, military veterans, and members of other underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply for this program. In this fellowship, fellows will have to work on their project in the intersection of Mathematica’s focus area such as clinical research, covid-19, disability, etc.

The fellows who will get selected and be working under the guidance of senior staff, learn and understand Mathematica and how it works, and so on. They will also receive a stipend of $10,000 and project-related expenses amount to $500. This will help them gain more knowledge and experience under the supervision of experts, which will lead them to a better result of their study.

Mathematica has been working for more than four decades to assess the effectiveness of policies and programs; their analysis has guided decisions in various and wide ranges of areas. It is dedicated to improving public well-being by holding up the highest standards of quality, objectivity, and excellence to bear on information collection and analysis for its partners and the customers and clients working with them.

Brief Description

Check out the brief information provided below:

Education LevelDoctoral students
Access ModeOnline
Number of AwardsN/A
Contest DeadlineFebruary 28, 2022
Application FeesNot required

Who is Eligible?

  • The fellowship is designed for full-time students within two years of completing their doctorate and will not graduate before beginning the fellowship.
  • Fellows should have a strong interest in learning more about working in a nonacademic environment.
  • During the fellowship period, fellows are required to work in a Mathematica office at least three days per week (and are encouraged to work in an office location for as many workdays as possible).

How to Apply?

The students who want to apply for this fellowship and is eligible should write a cover letter that describes their interest in Mathematica, their current research project and how it aligns with mathematics focus area, and their background and research influenced their research interests, and an office preference if any, a resume or CV, a research proposal in max 200 words that are planned to pursue this fellowship including research question statement, their relation to public society and progress they are planning during the fellowship, and two letters of recommendation including one from current faculty member should be attached. And send all material to the following link.

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The student who will apply for this fellowship will be working under the guidance of senior and professional mentors, learning about Mathematica and how it works, and will also get the opportunity to shadow Mathematica research projects and proposals. After completing the project, students will have an opportunity to present their project seminar on their research and get paid $10,000 as a stipend and $500 for their project-related expenses. This will motivate the students to work on their project and come up with greater results, and working under seniors will lead them to gain more knowledge and ideas and experience, that can be included in their resumes.

Application Deadline

The fellows who want to apply for this fellowship can submit their entries with the required material before February 28, 2022. Late entries will lead to rejection and loss of all the benefits this fellowship offers.

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