The Math Alliance: A National Alliance for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences





Five UH Undergraduates at the 2017 Gulf States Math Alliance Conference in Arlington, Texas.
Back: Shahzad Kalloo and Mark Henry Atwood; Front: Shannon Weed, Michelle Tran, and Catherine Godfrey



The Math Alliance is a consortium of faculty and students at schools throughout the U.S. whose goal is to encourage undergraduates to pursue graduate study in mathematics or a mathematically-related field. The Math Alliance also seeks to increase the number of mathematics Ph.D.s awarded to members of groups that are underrepresented in the mathematical sciences (such as women, ethnic minorities, first generation college students, or students from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds); however, the Math Alliance is not exclusive to students from these groups, and anyone is welcome to join and participate.

If you are an undergraduate at UH that is planning to go to graduate school in mathematics or a mathematically-related discipline -- or even if you are simply thinking about it and want to learn more about graduate school and what it entails -- you should join the Math Alliance.

Membership in the Math Alliance is free. If you are a UH student interested in being a Math Alliance Scholar, please contact Dr. Tomforde.



Benefits of Membership

Undergraduates who join the Math Alliance are designated as Alliance Scholars and receive the following benefits:


More Information on the Math Alliance

More information can be found here:
Membership in the Math Alliance is free. If you are a UH student interested in being a Math Alliance Scholar, please contact Dr. Tomforde.



UH Students who are Math Alliance Scholars

Current UH Alliance Scholars


Past UH Alliance Scholars and Induction Dates

2016-2017 Alliance Scholars
2015-2016 Alliance Scholars
2014-2015 Alliance Scholars
2013-2014 Alliance Scholars
2012-2013 Alliance Scholars
2011-2012 Alliance Scholars





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