|Edray Herber Goins is a Professor of Mathematics at Pomona College. He has led many research groups for summer research programs which have primarily focused on underrepresented minorities, such as SUMSRI at Miami University (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008), MSRI-UP (2010, 2020), and PRiME at both Purdue University and Pomona College (2016, 2017, 2019, 2020). He has mentored over 100 underrepresented minority undergraduates in his 20 years working with REUs.|
|Alexander J. Barrios is Scholar-in-Residence Fellow in Mathematics at Carleton College. Barrios has lead several undergraduate research groups: In Summer 2019, he lead a research group as part of the Pomona Research in Mathematics Experience (PRiME), and in Summer 2020 he lead a research group in the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Undergraduate Program (MSRI-UP). His 2019 summer research group won the MAA MathFest award for the best undergraduate number theory presentation.|
|Program Coordinator will assist with the program. This person will (1) be responsible for promotion and publicity of the program, including MathPrograms.org, (2) arrange the biannual Advisory Board meetings, (3) coordinate travel arrangements to Claremont for students and staff, (4) sign the housing contract with the dormitories and bungalows at Pomona College, (5) reserve offi ces and classrooms in Seaver East at Pomona College, (6) assist with logins for RCR Training, (7) reserve Pomona Sagecoach for weekend field trips, (8) coordinate conference registration and travel arrangements to MAA MathFest, (9) administer pre-program and exit surveys, and (10) provide general administrative support during the program.|
The Advisory Board provides oversight of the program. It is responsible for the following:
The Advisory Board will have two virtual meetings each year: one in the Spring (in March after students have been chosen) and another in the Fall (in September after the exit surveys return). The Board members serve for two years.
|Wilfrid Gangbo is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of California at Los Angeles. He recently served as the Director of Graduate Studies at UCLA, and is a Fellow of the AMS.|
|Kiran Kedlaya is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of California at San Diego. He directs the Arizona Winter School (AWS), and is a Fellow of the AMS.|
|Fabio Milner is Professor of Mathematics at Arizona State University. He recently was the director of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute (MTBI).|
|Rachel Pries is a Professor of Mathematics at Colorado State University. She is an Algebraic Geometer/Number Theorist, and is a Fellow of the AMS.|
|Jeremy Rouse is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Wake Forest University. He was the PI for Wake/Davidson Experience In Number Theory Research (DMS-1461189).|
|Alex Barrios is Scholar-in-Residence Fellow in Mathematics at Carleton College.|
|Renee Bell is Hans Rademacher Instructor of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania.|
|Cory Colbert is Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Washington and Lee University.|
|Edray Goins is Professor of Mathematics at Pomona College.|
|Bianca Thompson is Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Westminster College.|
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