Welcome! Registration for our October cohort is now open!
Registration is open during the window September 21-25.
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Our September cohort is up and running, with over 150 participants from programs across the US, Canada, and the world!
What are SUBgroups?
- small online peer groups of first-year math grad students that connect student with experiences and identities in common.
- regularly-scheduled video chat sessions to connect with and support first-years in other programs
- chances to share successes and struggles, to lift up others, and to bridge into new math experiences. Learn more.
Here’s what some former SUBgroups participants had to say:
“I liked being able to talk to other students who had similar experiences to me. It was a place where I could safely vent about my own school/cohort. It was neat to learn about different programs and how they function.”
“I felt like I was able to learn a lot about other peoples’ experiences and that helped make me feel that I was not alone.”
“You should do it. There are a lot of great people in the math community, and this can help you start to meet them!”
We are glad to share that a team of junior physicists has started SU(5), a program modeled on SUBgroups for first-year physics grad students. Please tell your physics friends & colleagues!
Want to learn more about SUBgroups? Here’s how it works.
Over 60 first-year math grad students were a part of our SUBgroups cohorts in Fall 2019. Grad programs across many states were represented, as well as programs in Canada and around the world!
Cal State – East Bay
University of British Columbia
UC San Diego
UC Santa Barbara
Universidad de Chile
University of Colorado – Denver
University of Georgia
University of Hamburg
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
University of Montana
University of New Mexico
University of Oklahoma
University of Oregon
University of Texas – Arlington
University of Texas – Austin
University of Toronto
University of Victoria
University of Washington
University of Windsor
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Washington University in St. Louis
West Virginia University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute