The Advanced Mathematics Program is a summer supportive program for students considering to major in mathematics. The program aims to create a learning environment for transitioning math majors especially those who are female, underrepresented minorities, and from low income backgrounds in order to increase diversity in graduate students and the career prospects of our undergraduate students. Participation in the summer program will prepare the students for the core curriculum of the math department. In addition to students from UCR, the summer program will be available to transfer students from the community colleges to the math department to help our incoming transfer students. The summer program, with its emphasis on underrepresented minorities, will certainly contribute to UCR’s mission to diversity.
Remote Advanced Mathematics Program
- RAMP is a workshop designed to prepare undergraduate students for abstract algebra and real analysis. The program lasts four weeks and is free to attend.
- Participants will also have weekly opportunities to meet and chat with successful mathematicians with careers in academia and industry.
- All meetings will take place online using Zoom with dynamic scheduling to help make it accessible.