Homework Sets

Homework Graders: These students grade homework sets.
 Problem Session Holders: These students hold problem sessions in which they help students in the class understand mathematical concepts. They answer specific questions from the homework sets.
Math Labs

Mathematica Lab Assistants: These students supervise lab hours in Park 354 that are targeted towards specific classes. They are available for questions relevant to the program used in the lab assignments for a specific class. They also grade lab assignments.

SPSS Lab Assistants: These students supervise lab hours in Canaday. They are available for questions relevant to the program used in the lab assignments for a specific class. They also grade lab assignments.

Open Lab Hours Supervisors: These students supervise lab hours in Park 354 that are not geared towards any one class. In general, they are not meant to answer specific questions about lab assignments.
Tutors/Trig Mini Course

Private Tutors: These students are employed by the Dean's Office. They are paired up with a student for oneonone help.

High School Math Review Course Instructors: These students hold a fourpart, minicourse near the beginning of the semester which reviews the algebra, geometry, and tri concepts necessary for Calculus.
 Office Assistant: This student assists Tina Fasbinder with departmental administration.
Summer Internships
A great way to start on a career path is to do a mathematically related (paid!) summer internship. Here are some examples of student experiences from recent summers:
NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (2010):

Lise Cheblak '11
'Modelling the Swimming of the Sleeping Sickness Organism'
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA
 Chaya Coppersmith '11
Game Theory and School Choice
Claremont College, Claremont, CA

Alexandra Lee '11
Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience
Rice University, Houston, TX
 Emilie Naccarato '11 Numerical Simulations and Mathematical Modeling for Fluidbody Interactions University of Wymoning, Laramie, Wyoming
 Sarah Nelson '12
Algorithmic Combinatorics on Words: Primitive Parital Words University of North Carolina, Greensboro NC
 Rebecca RebhuhnGlanz '11
Matrices Whose Powers Have Constant Diagonal University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Go to the REU Homepage
Counseling at Summer Math Camps