The Dr. Albert H. & Greta A. Bryan Summer Research Program in Mathematics is an opportunity to spend eight weeks of the summer engaging in mathematics at Simpson College. Each summer six Simpson College students are selected to work on undergraduate research projects with Simpson College faculty members. Each student receives a $3000 stipend and paid on-campus housing during the program. In addition, the students receive funding to present their results at a national mathematics conference.
Dr. Bill Schellhorn will lead a project on analyzing draft strategies in professional sports leagues, and Dr. Aaron Santos will lead a project on collective behavior in complex systems.
For more information about the projects and the application process, visit the Bryan Summer Research Program website.