Mentoring Workshop for Graduate Advisors in Mathematics: Practical Info
May 13-14, 2017
East Hall, University of Michigan
A workshop aimed at young faculty making the transition to graduate advising, but open to math faculty at all levels. The participants will be a mix of assistant professors, associate professors, and full professors brainstorming on the many components of the advisor-student relationship.
Confirmed participants include
Drew Armstrong (UMiami), Loretta Bartolini (Springer), Christine Berkesch (UMN), Aaron Brown (UChicago), Richard Canary (UMich), Tom Church (Stanford), Vaughn Climenhaga (UHouston), Moon Duchin (Tufts), Eleonore Faber (UMich), Jessica Fintzen, (UMich), Teena Gerhardt (MSU), Richard Green (UColorado, Boulder), Shelly Harvey (Rice), Daniel Hernández (UKansas), Nathan Kaplan (UCIrvine), Sarah Koch (UMich), Jeffrey Lagarias (UMich), Sara Maloni (UVA), Michael O'Connor (Jane Street), Jennifer Park (UMich), Rodrigo Pérez (IUPUI), Joe Silverman (Brown), Karen Smith (UMich), Ralf Spatzier (UMich), Ian Sprung (Princeton), Kate Stange (UColorado, Boulder), Kevin Tucker (UIC), Nina White (UMich), Jenny Wilson (Stanford), Emily Witt (UKansas), Alex Wright (Stanford), Mike Zieve (UMich)
Supported by a combination of funds from UMichigan, and the National Science Foundation.
Want to come?
Please email Sarah Koch to inquire about space and funding. Organizers can reimburse travel and local expenses for a limited number of participants.
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