Welcome to our resource site for current graduate students enrolled in the Rice Mathematics Ph.D program. You will find below information about professional organizations, summer programs, teaching resources, and more. Additional information will be added over time, and requests are most certainly welcomed!
Chris Leininger - Director of Graduate Studies
Chelsea Walton - Graduate Admissions Co-Chair
Mathematical Associations and Organizations
- American Mathematical Society (AMS)
- Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)
- Indigenous Mathematicians
- International Mathematical Union (IMU)
- Mathematics Association of America (MAA)
- Mathematically Gifted & Black
- National Association of Mathematicians (NAM)
- Project NExT
- Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
- Spectra: The Association of LGBT Mathematicians
Academic Job Listings
- mathjobs.org (Main site for positions in North America)
- Job Sites by Country
- AMS Employment Listings and Resources
Careers in Business, Industry, and Government
The BIG Math Network is an excellent resource for pursuing careers in business, industry, and government. Their resources for students contains information about internships, resumes & interviews, coding skills, the job search process, and more.
External Teaching Resources and Opportunities
AMS Notices Early Career Collection
The Early Career Collection of the AMS Notices contains a wide range of advice and practical tips for graduate students and other early career researchers. It is best used by simply searching for keywords of interest with your browser's 'find' feature (ctrl+F, command+F). Happy exploring!
Mental Health Resources
Along with our faculty being available for professional guidance, the Wellbeing and Counseling Center is available for wellbeing advising and for a variety of counseling services. You may use their resource matcher site or call 713-348-3311 (available 24/7) for further information.