Math Research Mentoring Program (Beginning again in Spring 2015) An opportunity to participate in a quarter-long project working in a small group with other Math Majors and mentored by UCR Math Graduate Students
Undergrad Research at UCR Some of the opportunities and programs you can apply for as a UCR student, as well as workshops you can attend to help you in applying for these programs
Chancellor's Research Fellowship This is an opportunity to do (paid) research with a faculty mentor over the summer. NOTE: Applications for this program are competitive, and require a detailed research proposal. You'll need to start working on your application early!
Undergraduate Research and Creative-Activity Mini-grants (Next Deadline: Oct 26 for support in Winter quarter This is an opportunity to provide funding either for research-related expenses (e.g. math software) or travel to present research at conferences
UCR Undergraduate Research Journal (Submissions Due March 30): An opportunity to submit papers based on work done in faculty-mentored research
UCR Undergraduate Research Symposium (Abstracts Due April 1): An opportunity to present your work either orally or in poster form.
An Introduction to REUsThese are slides from Math Club on January 14th.
Scott Manifold's Presentation on REUs This presentation was given in 2014 by Scott Manifold, a (then) undergraduate who had participated in a summer research program at UCLA. It covers information both on where to find programs and what's involved in them
Math REU ProgramsA page maintained by Steven Butler (Iowa State) giving a list of REU dates, together with the application deadlines, program dates, and topics for each.
American Mathematical Society REU List and National Science Foundation REU List. These are two more lists of programs that will be offering REU experiences this summer.
In past years there have been programs that sent us advertisements/calls for applications directly. If our department receives more announcements I'll post additional links here.