Welcome! Registration is closed for our fall 2020 cohorts.
Our fall cohorts are up and running, with over 200 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