Information about EDGE 2014 at Harvey Mudd College
The next EDGE summer program will be held June 2-27, 2014 at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, CA; Dr. Talithia Williams is the local director. A stipend plus travel, room and board will be awarded to participants. The application deadline for the program is Monday, March 3, 2014. Participants to the program will be announced in mid-April.
Application materials are available for download below. Instructions for completing the application are in the Word file. If you have any questions about the application, please see our FAQ page or contact us. If you would like to request a paper copy of the application be mailed to you, please contact us.
The application packet is contained in a zip file. Click on the Download link below. The file will automatically download to the download folder/directory of your computer. Move the file to where you want to store it on your computer. Then unzip the files by clicking on the NAME.zip icon. The files will be individually displayed in the folder/directory where you placed the zip file. There are two files: EDGE_Application_2014.docx and EDGE_Recommendation_2014.docx. Rename each of these files with your surname (last/family name) as the first element of the filename. For example, Surname_EDGE_Application_2014.docx and Surname_EDGE_Recommendation_2014.docx
Instructions for submitting your completed application form and recommendation forms are found within those files.
Application Deadline: March 3, 2014
We will accept scanned copies of the transcript if it is not already in electronic form.
Please submit all application materials (application form, resume, transcript, recommendation forms) here:
NOTE: Applicants DO NOT have to have been accepted to a graduate program at the time of their EDGE application.
Applicants to the program should be women who:
1) have applied to graduate programs in the Mathematical Sciences (and have been accepted to a program before June), or
2) have completed their first year of graduate school in the mathematical sciences.
Women from minority groups are especially encouraged to apply. Final acceptance to the program is contingent upon acceptance to a graduate program in the mathematical sciences. Unfortunately, at this time we are only able to fund US citizens and permanent residents.