Research Opportunities

At the University of Pittsburgh, undergraduates have the opportunity to engage in research, scholarship and creative experiences with faculty who are leaders in their fields. As members of a top public research university, Pitt undergraduates can choose to engage in a variety of research experiences across schools, disciplines and academic settings. Experience-based learning that complements classroom learning allows Pitt undergraduates to develop mentoring relationships with faculty, gain critical skills, clarify life goals and strengthen career aspirations. Active participation in research, scholarship, and creative endeavors strengthens a sense of belonging to the University and provides an intellectual and social community for undergraduates. For more information on opportunities at the University of Pittsburgh visit their Undergraduate Research page. Visit the AMS REU page for more information on research opportunities available outside the university.

External Opportunities in Mathematics

Microsoft Careers:  https://careers.microsoft.com/students/internships

HRL Laboratories:  http://www.hrl.com/careers/cars_internships.html

Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunities at Nebraska: https://www.unl.edu/summerprogram/home

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Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Phone: 412-624-8375
Fax: 412-624-8397
math@pitt.edu

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