Mentoring Workshop for Graduate Advisors in Mathematics: Practical Info


The weekend of April 11-12, 2015
(Tentative Schedule)
lunches will be catered both days; dinners optional


Bromfield-Pearson Hall, Tufts University
Detailed location, directions, travel information


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

John Baldwin (BC), Margaret Beck (BU), Mark Behrens (Notre Dame), Ian Biringer (BC), Miklos Bona (Florida), Almut Burchard (Toronto), Keith Conrad (UConn), Pallavi Dani (LSU), Moon Duchin (Tufts), Philip Gressman (Penn), Larry Guth (MIT), Eko Hironaka (Florida State), Jeff Hoffstein (Brown), Pat Hooper (CCNY), Alex Iosevich (Rochester), Richard Kent (Wisconsin), Sarah Koch (Michigan), Gabor Lippner (Northeastern), Dan Margalit (Georgia Tech), Emmy Murphy (MIT), Ken Ono (Emory), Ken Ribet (Berkeley), Kim Ruane (Tufts), Noah Snyder (Indiana), Craig Sutton (Dartmouth), Dylan Thurston (Indiana), Jared Weinstein (BU)


Funded by a combination of MIT, Tufts, and the National Science Foundation.

Want to come?

Please email to inquire about space and funding. Organizers can reimburse travel and local expenses for a limited number of participants.

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