**Ongoing Faculty-Led Research Projects**

Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry is pleased to announce a *new *resource to connect students with faculty research projects across campus. They reached out to faculty conducting research in both STEM and Humanities to compile a list of ongoing opportunities that are open to undergraduate students. This information is now on a new tab, Ongoing Faculty-Led Projects under "New Researchers". Students will need to send emails of interest to professors. Currently, Professor Sanjeevi Krishnan (krishnan.118@osu.edu) has two projects listed.

Dr. Bart Snapp (snapp.14@osu.edu) is interested in working with undergraduates on various projects including (but not limited to) elementary number theory, geometry, and algebra.

Additionally, see Research Postings page for new, specific research positions that faculty are looking to fill.

**Cycle**

Cycle is a community of students and faculty in the Department of Mathematics at The Ohio State University dedicated to fostering a more inclusive, diverse, and equitable undergraduate experience. We are a largely student-run organization developed in collaboration between faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Our focus lies in undergraduate student retention and engagement in mathematics research, particularly of those from underrepresented and non-traditional groups in mathematics programs. Get more information on our webpage.

## Research Opportunities in Mathematics for Underrepresented Students (ROMUS)

The Department of Mathematics at the Ohio State University invites undergraduate students, especially those who are underrepresented in math, to pursue research under the tutelage of experienced faculty members. Students work with a faculty member on a project of mutual interest for 8-10 weeks during the summer. In addition to the research projects, all accepted students will participate in various cohort activities. We will support travel, housing accommodations, and a stipend of $5000 for all participating students.

The projects will be in the areas of analysis of PDEs and mathematical finance, ergodic theory and dynamical systems, combinatorics, model theory, algebraic geometry, and quantum algebra, category theory, and operator algebra and operator theory.

To apply, please submit a transcript, a CV/resume, a personal statement, and a letter of recommendation through this website.

Applications are due January 15 and decisions will be made in late January and early February. All applications will be submitted through mathprograms.org at this link: https://www.mathprograms.org/db/programs/1542. For further questions, please contact romus@lists.osu.edu.

## Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

On occasion, individual faculty attach a Research Experience For Undergraduates (REU) onto their current research. Currently there are no REU's offered in this department. However, there are many mathematics-specific REU’s available across the country supported by the National Science Foundation.

## Young Mathematicians Conference (YMC)

The YMC is a annual conference for undergraduate student researchers in mathematics. Talks and poster presentations are given by the students of their results and discoveries. They also discuss research ideas and experiences with their peers at the conference.

Students involved in REU's and similar research programs from all over the United States apply each summer to actively participate in YMC. Accepted students (typically around 70) are invited with full support to the conference. It is held during a weekend in August at the Department of Mathematics of The Ohio State University. See YMC for more information.

## Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry (URCI)

The Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry helps students pursue research opportunities at The Ohio State University. Research can be conducted independently, as part of a team, in collaboration with faculty, here at the university or elsewhere. The URCI website includes information about getting started with research, how to find research opportunities, what's involved in presenting your work, and a variety of other information sources for undergraduates interested in making research a part of their college experience.